Microsoft Security Bulletin MS02-042
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Microsoft Security Bulletin MS02-042
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The Network Connection Manager (NCM) provides a controlling mechanism for all network connections managed by a host system. Among the functions of the NCM is to call a handler routine whenever a network connection has been established.By design, this handler routine should run in the security context of the user. However, a flaw could make it possible for an unprivileged user to cause the handler routine to run in the security context of LocalSystem, though a very complex process. An attacker who exploited this flaw could specify code of his or her choice as the handler, then establish a network connection in order to cause that code to be invoked by the NCM. The code would then run with full system privileges.
The Network Connection Manager (NCM) provides a controlling mechanism for all network connections managed by a host system. Among the functions of the NCM is to call a handler routine whenever a network connection has been established.
By design, this handler routine should run in the security context of the user. However, a flaw could make it possible for an unprivileged user to cause the handler routine to run in the security context of LocalSystem, though a very complex process. An attacker who exploited this flaw could specify code of his or her choice as the handler, then establish a network connection in order to cause that code to be invoked by the NCM. The code would then run with full system privileges.
The Active Setup Control allows .cab files to be downloaded to a user’s computer as part of the installation process for software updates. However, the control has two flaws. First, it treats all Microsoft-signed .cab files as trusted, thereby allowing them to be installed without asking the user’s approval. Second, it provides a method by which the caller can specify a download location on the user’s hard drive. In combination, these two flaws would allow a malicious web site operator to download a Microsoft-signed .cab file as a means of overwriting a file on the user’s machine. By overwriting system files, this could allow the malicious user to render the machine unusable.
It is important to note that there is no capability via this vulnerability to actually install the software that has been downloaded – the vulnerability only allows files to be overwritten, in a denial of service attack. System File Protection in Windows 2000 would prevent an attack like this one from being used to overwrite system files.
- The vulnerability could only be exploited by an attacker who had the appropriate credentials to log onto an affected system interactively. Best practices suggests that unprivileged users not be allowed to interactively log onto business-critical servers. If this recommendation has been followed, machines such as domain controllers, ERP servers, print and file servers, database servers, and others would not be at risk from this vulnerability.
- While the Telnet Service in Windows 2000 is installed by default, it is not running by default. As a result, a Windows 2000 system would only be vulnerable if the administrator had started the service
- Remotely exploiting this vulnerability would require the attacker to have the ability to connect to the Telnet Server. Best practices recommends against allowing Telnet access on uncontrolled networks.
- The Telnet Daemon in Interix 2.2 is not installed by default when Interix 2.2 is installed. An administrator would have to choose to install and configure this feature.
- The Telnet Daemon in Interix does not specify a security context by default. The administrator specifies the security context when they configure or run the daemon. Best practices recommend that the Telnet Daemon run in a context of least privilege, meaning that it have only those rights necessary and no more.
- The effect of exploiting the vulnerability would depend on the specific configuration of the SQL Server service. SQL Server can be configured to run in a security context chosen by the administrator. By default, this context is as a domain user. If the rule of least privilege has been followed, it would minimize the amount of damage an attacker could achieve.
- The vector for exploiting this vulnerability could be blocked by following best practices. Specifically, untrusted users should not be able to load and execute queries of their choice on a database server. In addition, publicly accessible database queries should filter all inputs prior to processing.Some of the Microsoft-provided extended stored procedures that have the ability to reconnect to the database as the SQL Server service account have a flaw in common – namely, they have weak permissions that can allow non-privileged users to execute them. Because these extended stored procedures can be made to run with administrator privileges on the database, it is thus possible for a non-privileged user to run stored procedures on the database with administrator privileges.An attacker could exploit this vulnerability in one of two ways. The attacker could attempt to load and execute a database query that calls one of the affected extended store procedures. Alternately, if a web-site or other database front-end were configured to access and process arbitrary queries, it could be possible for the attacker to provide inputs that would cause the query to call one of the functions in question with the appropriate malformed parameters.
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