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Webex Meeting Manager
The Webex Meeting Manager utilizes several ActiveX controls, one of which is vulnerable to a stack based buffer overflow. The atucfobj Module contains a single method called NewObject() who's only parameter is vulnerable to this issue.
This issue has been confirmed in version 20.2008.2601.4928, prior versions are believed to vulnerable as well.
atucfobj.dll version 20.2008.2601.4928
The vendor has released version 20.2008.2606.4919 of this control, which fixes this issue. The control should be updated when the user joins a meeting.
Set the killbit for the affected control. See http://support.microsoft.com/kb/240797
When I reported this issue to the vendor, they had stated that they were aware of it, but would not say whether it was the result of an internal audit or an independent researcher.
06/20/2008 -> Issue reported to the vendor
06/21/2008 <- Vendor responds asking for further details
06/22/2008 -> Details sent with PoC
06/25/2008 <- Vendor responds stating that they are aware of this
08/06/2008 - Disclosure
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