CORE-2008-0126: Multiple vulnerabilities in iCal May 21 2008 07:50PM
Core Security Technologies Advisories (advisories coresecurity com) (1 replies)
Re: CORE-2008-0126: Multiple vulnerabilities in iCal May 27 2008 04:05AM
security curmudgeon (jericho attrition org) (1 replies)

CORE / SecurityFocus,

The cross-references between BID, CVE and vulnerability seem to be wrong
in both the advisory and BID database. From the advisory:

: Multiple vulnerabilities in iCal
: Advisory ID: CORE-2008-0126
: Advisory URL: http://www.coresecurity.com/?action=item&id=2219

: Bugtraq ID: 28629 28632 28633
: CVE Name: CVE-2008-1035 CVE-2008-2006 CVE-2008-2007

: 1) Null pointer de-reference #1 (Bugtraq ID 28629, CVE-2008-2006)
: The 'COUNT' value causes an integer overflow, which leads to a null

: 2) Null pointer dereference #2 (Bugtraq ID 28632, CVE-2008-2006)
: The 'TRIGGER' value causes a null pointer dereference when iCal tries

: 3) Improper resource liberation (Bugtraq ID 28633, CVE-2008-2007)

Yet, looking at the current BID entries:

http://www.securityfocus.com/bid/28632 CVE-2008-2006
Apple iCal 'TRIGGER' Parameter Denial of Service Vulnerability

http://www.securityfocus.com/bid/28633 CVE-2008-2007
Apple iCal 'ATTACH' Parameter Denial Of Service Vulnerability

http://www.securityfocus.com/bid/28629 CVE-2008-2006
Apple iCal 'COUNT' Parameter Integer Overflow Vulnerability


No mention of CVE-2008-1035 in the advisory other than the header CVE name
reference. BID seems to have split the three vulnerabilities, but given
two of them the same CVE. CVE does not have descriptions open yet.

Could someone from CORE, SecurityFocus or CVE confirm if CVE-2008-1035 is
supposed to be in the mix, and if CVE-2008-2006 does correspond to two
of the vulnerabilities listed?


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Re: CORE-2008-0126: Multiple vulnerabilities in iCal May 28 2008 01:58PM
Steven M. Christey (coley linus mitre org)


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