TrustKeeper Scan Engine Update - November 14, 2013

It's time again for another TrustKeeper Scan Engine update. This release contains over 30 new tests vulnerabilities in Cisco ASA/IOS, JIRA, jQuery, Microsoft Windows, Oracle Database/MySQL, and more. This release also contains default credential checks for both WordPress and Cisco ASA SSL VPN (aka: AnyConnect).

Enhancements to the top-level operating system detection logic are also included in this release, which now take much more service level information into account. A special thanks goes out to the Critical.IO project for the availability of their Internet scan data sets, which were of great use when making these improvements.

As always, this release contains improvements to existing vulnerability tests and their associated evidence to better aid in verfication and remediation efforts.

New Vulnerability Test Highlights

Some of the more interesting vulnerability tests we added recently are as follows:

Cisco

  • Cisco ASA SSL VPN Default Credentials Discovered
  • Cisco ASA protocol inspection connection table fill up DOS Vulnerability (CSCuh13899) (CVE-2013-3463)
  • Cisco ASA Cross-site scripting vulnerability (CSCug83080) (CVE-2013-3414)
  • Cisco Generic Input/Output SNMP Vulnerability (CSCub41105) (CVE-2013-1217)

JIRA

jQuery

  • jQuery Cross-Site Scripting Vulnerability in location.hash (CVE-2011-4969)

MariaDB

  • MariaDB Numeric Calculation DoS Vulnerability (CVE-2013-1861)
  • MariaDB Static Salt in Change User Command Vulnerability (CVE-2012-5627)

Microsoft

  • Multiple Vulnerabilities in Windows Server 2003 Active Directory Without Service Pack 2 (CVE-2013-1282)
  • Multiple Vulnerabilities in Windows Server 2003 SP2 Active Directory (CVE-2013-1282)
  • Multiple Vulnerabilities in Windows Server 2008 R2/Windows 7 Active Directory (CVE-2013-1282)
  • Multiple Vulnerabilities in Windows Server 2008 R2/Windows 7 Active Directory Without Service Pack 1 (CVE-2013-3868)
  • Multiple Vulnerabilities in Windows Server 2008 R2/Windows 7 SP1 Active Directory (CVE-2013-1282, CVE-2013-3868)
  • Multiple Vulnerabilities in Windows Server 2008/Windows Vista Active Directory Without Service Pack 2 (CVE-2013-1282, CVE-2013-3868)
  • Multiple Vulnerabilities in Windows Server 2008/Windows Vista SP2 Active Directory (CVE-2013-1282, CVE-2013-3868)
  • Multiple Vulnerabilities in Windows Server 2012/Windows 8 Active Directory (CVE-2013-1282, CVE-2013-3868)
  • Multiple Vulnerabilities in Windows XP Active Directory Without Service Pack 3 (CVE-2013-1282)
  • Multiple Vulnerabilities in Windows XP SP3 Active Directory (CVE-2013-1282)

Oracle

phpMyAdmin

  • phpMyAdmin Multiple Cross-site Scripting Vulnerabilities in Anchor Identifier (CVE-2013-4997)
  • phpMyAdmin Multiple Cross-site Scripting Vulnerabilities in Navigation Panel (CVE-2013-4996)

strongSwan

  • strongSwan Denial-of-Service Vulnerability and Potential Authorization Bypass (CVE-2013-6075)

WordPress

  • WordPress Authentication Brute Force
  • WordPress functions.php Serialization Remote Code Execution (CVE-2013-4338)
  • WordPress Unsafe Mime Type Uploads (CVE-2013-5739)

How to Update?

All Trustwave customers using the TrustKeeper Scan Engine receive the updates automatically as soon as an update is available. No action is required.

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