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Team SHATTER Security Advisory: XML file disclosure vulnerability via GET_WRAP_CFG_C and GET_WRAP_CFG_C2
Oct 05 2012 02:01AM
Shatter (shatter appsecinc com)
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AppSecInc Team SHATTER Security Advisory
XML file disclosure vulnerability via GET_WRAP_CFG_C and GET_WRAP_CFG_C2
system stored procedures.
IBM DB2 LUW 9.1, 9.5, 9.7, 10.1
This vulnerability was discovered and researched by Martin Rakhmanov of
Application Security Inc.
Two system stored procedures executable by PUBLIC allow reading files
with xml extension on the server.
To exploit this vulnerability the xml file should be readable by the DB2
Authenticated database users can read xml files accessible to the DB2
Vendor was contacted and a patch was released.
Revoke EXECUTE privilege on GET_WRAP_CFG_C and GET_WRAP_CFG_C2 system
stored procedures from PUBLIC.
IBM DB2 LUW 9.1: apply Fix Pack 12.
IBM DB2 LUW 9.5: apply Fix Pack 10.
IBM DB2 LUW 9.7: no fix yet.
IBM DB2 LUW 10.1: apply Fix Pack 1.
Vendor Notification - 05/27/2012
Vendor Response - 05/29/2012
Fix - 08/14/2012
Public Disclosure - <10/04/2012>
Copyright (c) 2012 Application Security, Inc.
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