[原文]Directory traversal vulnerability in the Crystal Report component (rptserver.asp) in Trend Micro ServerProtect Management Console 5.58, as used in Control Manager 2.5 and 3.0 and Damage Cleanup Server 1.1, and possibly earlier versions, allows remote attackers to read arbitrary files via the IMAGE parameter.
iDEFENSE Security Advisory 12.14.05 - Remote exploitation of an input validation vulnerability in Trend Micro Inc.'s ServerProtect Management Console allows remote attackers to view the contents of arbitrary files on the underlying system. The problem specifically exists within the handling of the IMAGE parameter in the script rptserver.asp.
Trend Micro ServerProtect Crystal Reports ReportServer File Disclosure
iDefense Security Advisory 12.14.05
December 14, 2005
Trend Micro Inc.'s ServerProtect provides antivirus scanning with
centralized management of virus outbreaks, scanning, patter file
updates, notifications and remote installations. More information about
the product set is available at:
Remote exploitation of an input validation vulnerability in Trend Micro
Inc.'s ServerProtect Management Console allows remote attackers to view
the contents of arbitrary files on the underlying system.
The problem specifically exists within the handling of the IMAGE
parameter in the script rptserver.asp. The vulnerable area of code is
outlined in the following snippet:
Set session("oEMF") = Server.CreateObject("CREmfgen.CREmfgen.2")
if IMAGE <> "" then
Call session("oEMF").StreamImage(IMAGE, DEL)
An attacker can utilize directory traversal modifiers to traverse
outside the system temporary directory and access any file on the same
Successful exploitation of the described vulnerability allows remote
attackers to view the contents of arbitrary files on the underlying
system. Exploitation does not require credentials thereby exacerbating
the impact of this vulnerability.
iDefense has confirmed the existence of this vulnerability in Trend
Micro ServerProtect for Windows Management Console 5.58 running with
Trend Micro Control Manager 2.5/3.0 and Trend Micro Damage Cleanup
Server 1.1. It is suspected that earlier versions and versions for other
platforms are vulnerable as well.
Employ firewalls, access control lists or other TCP/UDP restriction
mechanism to limit access to the vulnerable system on the configured
port, generally TCP port 80.
VI. VENDOR RESPONSE
"Trend Micro has become aware of a vulnerability related to Crystal
Report, a reporting component found in Trend Micro Control Manager (v2.5
and v3.0). Under certain conditions, arbitrary files on the
ReportServer volume inside Trend Micro Control Manager software could be
viewed or accessed remotely. Trend Micro is currently consulting with
Crystal Report regarding permanent solutions to this reporting
component. A temporary workaround solution can be recommended through
contacting Trend Micro customer and technical support."
VII. CVE INFORMATION
The Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) project has assigned the
name CVE-2005-1930 to this issue. This is a candidate for inclusion in
the CVE list (http://cve.mitre.org), which standardizes names for
VIII. DISCLOSURE TIMELINE
06/03/2005 Initial vendor notification
06/06/2005 Initial vendor response
12/14/2005 Public disclosure
The discoverer of this vulnerability wishes to remain anonymous.
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X. LEGAL NOTICES
ServerProtect contains a flaw that allows a remote attacker to display the contents of files outside of the web path via the Crystal Reports ActiveX object. The issue is due to the rptserver.asp script not properly sanitizing user input, specifically traversal style attacks (../../) supplied via the 'IMAGE' variable.
Currently, there are no known upgrades, patches, or workarounds available to correct this issue.
This discoverer of this vulnerability wishes to remain anonymous. This issue was disclosed in the referenced iDEFENSE advisory.
Trend Micro ServerProtect for Windows 5.58
ServerProtect is prone to a directory traversal vulnerability. This issue is due to a failure in the application to properly sanitize user-supplied input.
An attacker can exploit this issue to retrieve arbitrary files in the context of the affected application. Information obtained may aid in further attacks against the underlying system; other attacks are also possible.
This issue has been confirmed in Trend Micro ServerProtect for Windows Management Console 5.58 running with Trend Micro Control Manager 2.5/3.0 and Trend Micro Damage Cleanup Server 1.1. Earlier versions and versions for other platforms may also be vulnerable.
No exploit is required.
Users are advised to contact Trend Micro customer and technical support for details on a temporary workaround for this issue.
Currently we are not aware of any vendor-supplied patches for this issue. If you feel we are in error or are aware of more recent information, please mail us at: firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:email@example.com>.