Re: Recent Oracle exploit is _actually_ an 0day with no patch Apr 27 2006 10:54PM
Steven M. Christey (coley mitre org) (1 replies)

>The recent Oracle exploit posted to Bugtraq
>(http://www.securityfocus.com/archive/1/431353) is actually an 0day
>and has no patch.

The referenced exploit seems to use GET_DOMAIN_INDEX_METADATA with a
TYPE_NAME that references an attacker-defined package with a
(modified?) ODCIIndexGetMeta function.

Your last example uses GET_V2_DOMAIN_INDEX_TABLES, with arguments that
reference an attacker-defined package with a (modified?)
ODCIIndexUtilGetTableNames function.

Is this a surface-level discrepancy, or is your vector substantively
different than the one in the exploit? If these are different, then
is it possible that last week's exploit was actually fixed?

- Steve

P.S. For those of you who are paying attention at this excruciating
level of detail, it seems that David's original use of
GET_DOMAIN_INDEX_METADATA in 2004 directly included the code in the
NEWBLOCK argument, whereas last week's exploit was performed through
an indirect reference to the code in the TYPE_NAME argument.

[ reply ]
Re: Recent Oracle exploit is _actually_ an 0day with no patch Apr 28 2006 01:24AM
David Litchfield (davidl ngssoftware com) (1 replies)
Re: Recent Oracle exploit is _actually_ an 0day with no patch Apr 28 2006 04:32PM
Cesar (cesarc56 yahoo com)


 

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