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Microsoft CVE-2017-0104: iSNS Server Memory Corruption Vulnerability

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Microsoft CVE-2017-0104: iSNS Server Memory Corruption Vulnerability

Severity
9
CVSS
(AV:N/AC:M/Au:N/C:C/I:C/A:C)
Published
03/14/2017
Created
07/25/2018
Added
03/14/2017
Modified
02/16/2023

Description

A remote code execution vulnerability exists in Windows when the iSNS Server service fails to properly validate input from the client, leading to an integer overflow. An attacker who successfully exploited the vulnerability could run arbitrary code in the context of the SYSTEM account. An attacker could exploit the vulnerability by creating a specially crafted application to connect to the iSNS Server and then issue malicious requests to it. The update addresses the vulnerability by modifying how the iSNS Server service parses requests.

Solution(s)

  • msft-kb4012021-0a1f448c-d534-4220-b1e2-b623394d5a3b
  • msft-kb4012021-a096f14e-f819-4b03-92c9-3ad4a0cf4d83
  • msft-kb4012212-13c36c25-fee4-429f-933e-f93ebfbb91f5
  • msft-kb4012212-36e1591a-f6d3-44d2-aa25-540234b7eb36
  • msft-kb4012212-4ee6f09d-38d9-47ef-8ba9-dd802352b8ee
  • msft-kb4012212-652eea96-c2e8-4548-8f9a-40964e5e6a74
  • msft-kb4012212-c682d11d-fc2e-4852-9da7-c2198958bf6c
  • msft-kb4012212-fb31138f-b6a5-499c-9eb6-5b5f9fff6bfd
  • msft-kb4012213-317ca43c-7dfe-4e04-8a21-2c6c4ab4fbb9
  • msft-kb4012213-5d351df3-6efb-4b17-93e0-b0e3a5babbc3
  • msft-kb4012213-80bc2b42-a953-4096-8595-130e9a9c9fb9
  • msft-kb4012214-1949e6d5-95b0-4e90-acfb-73c9d295fbbf
  • msft-kb4012214-57dbd57f-89b2-4abb-8582-14fc17870bb8
  • msft-kb4012214-b4d71d8b-1f2d-4958-ad08-e379293d71e8
  • msft-kb4013429-74b1fe65-bd6b-4b76-a624-8674748898f2

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