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Vulnerability Summary for CVE-2012-0882

Original release date: 12/21/2012
Last revised: 12/21/2012


Buffer overflow in yaSSL, as used in MySQL 5.5.20 and possibly other versions including 5.5.x before 5.5.22 and 5.1.x before 5.1.62, allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via unspecified vectors, as demonstrated by VulnDisco Pack Professional 9.17. NOTE: as of 20120224, this disclosure has no actionable information. However, because the module author is a reliable researcher, the issue is being assigned a CVE identifier for tracking purposes. NOTE: due to lack of details, it is not clear whether this issue is a duplicate of CVE-2012-0492 or another CVE.


CVSS Severity (version 2.0):
CVSS v2 Base Score: 7.5 HIGH
Impact Subscore: 6.4
Exploitability Subscore: 10.0
CVSS Version 2 Metrics:
Access Vector: Network exploitable
Access Complexity: Low
Authentication: Not required to exploit
Impact Type: Allows unauthorized disclosure of information; Allows unauthorized modification; Allows disruption of service

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External Source: MISC
Name: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=789141
External Source: MLIST
Name: [Canvas] 20120223 VulnDisco MySQL 0day
External Source: MISC
Name: https://blogs.oracle.com/sunsecurity/entry/cve_2012_0882buffer_overflow_vulnerability
Type: Advisory
External Source: MLIST
Name: [Canvas] 20120207 VulnDisco Pack Professional 9.17
External Source: MLIST
Name: [oss-security] 20120224 Re: MySQL 0-day - does it need a CVE?

Vulnerable software and versions

+ Configuration 1
+ OR
* cpe:/a:oracle:mysql:5.5.20
* cpe:/a:oracle:mysql:5.5.21
* cpe:/a:oracle:mysql:5.5.19
* cpe:/a:oracle:mysql:5.5.18
* cpe:/a:oracle:mysql:5.5.17
* cpe:/a:oracle:mysql:5.5.16
* cpe:/a:oracle:mysql:5.5.15
* cpe:/a:oracle:mysql:5.5.14
* cpe:/a:oracle:mysql:5.5.13
* cpe:/a:oracle:mysql:5.5.12
* cpe:/a:oracle:mysql:5.5.11
* cpe:/a:oracle:mysql:5.5.10
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.5.9
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.5.5
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.5.6
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.5.7
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.5.8
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.5.1
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.5.2
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.5.3
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.5.4
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.5.0
+ Configuration 2
+ OR
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.43:sp1
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.46:sp1
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.47
* cpe:/a:oracle:mysql:5.1.60
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.23_bk
* cpe:/a:oracle:mysql:5.1.61
* cpe:/a:oracle:mysql:5.1.58
* cpe:/a:oracle:mysql:5.1.59
* cpe:/a:oracle:mysql:5.1.56
* cpe:/a:oracle:mysql:5.1.57
* cpe:/a:oracle:mysql:5.1.54
* cpe:/a:oracle:mysql:5.1.55
* cpe:/a:oracle:mysql:5.1.52:sp1
* cpe:/a:oracle:mysql:5.1.53
* cpe:/a:oracle:mysql:5.1.51
* cpe:/a:oracle:mysql:5.1.52
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.23
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.5
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.6
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.3
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.4
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.9
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.7
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.8
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.13
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.14
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.11
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.12
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.17
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.2
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.15
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.16
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.30
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.10
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.32-bzr
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.1
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.21
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.22
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.23a
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.5a
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.18
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.19
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.20
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.33
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.32
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.31
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.23:a
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.42
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.43
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.44
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.34
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.35
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.48
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.36
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.37
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.38
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.39
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.40
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.41
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.45
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.50
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.28
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.49:sp1
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.29
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.49
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.46
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.26
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.27
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.37:sp1
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.40:sp1
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.31:sp1
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.34:sp1
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.24
* cpe:/a:mysql:mysql:5.1.25

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