MS07-055 - Vulnerability in Kodak Image Viewer Could Allow Remote Code Execution (PC1-2007-0756)
AUSCERT External Security Bulletin Redistribution
ESB-2007.0763 -- [Win]
MS07-055 - Vulnerability in Kodak Image Viewer Could Allow
Remote Code Execution
10 October 2007
AusCERT Security Bulletin Summary
Product: Kodak Image Viewer
Windows Server 2003
Microsoft Windows 2000
Operating System: Windows
Impact: Execute Arbitrary Code/Commands
CVE Names: CVE-2007-2217
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Microsoft Security Bulletin MS07-055 - Critical
Vulnerability in Kodak Image Viewer Could Allow Remote Code Execution
- Microsoft Windows 2000 Service Pack 4
- Windows XP Service Pack 2
- Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 1 and Windows Server 2003 Service
- Windows Server 2003 x64 Edition and Windows Server 2003 x64 Edition
Service Pack 2
- Windows Server 2003 with SP1 for Itanium-based Systems and Windows
Server 2003 with SP2 for Itanium-based Systems
- Windows Vista
- Windows Vista x64 Edition
Kodak Image Viewer Remote Code Execution Vulnerability - CVE-2007-2217
A remote code execution vulnerability exists in the way that the Kodak
Image Viewer in Windows handles specially crafted image files. An
attacker could exploit the vulnerability by constructing a specially
crafted image that could potentially allow remote code execution if a
user visited a Web site, viewed a specially crafted e-mail message, or
opened an e-mail attachment. An attacker who successfully exploited
this vulnerability could take complete control of an affected system.
Full installations of Windows XP and Windows 2003 are not vulnerable.
Systems running Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 are only vulnerable
if they were upgraded from Windows 2000.
- Read e-mail messages in plain text format to help protect yourself
from the HTML e-mail attack vector
- Modify the access control list on oieng400.dll to deny the everyone
group access to the file.
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|Products:|| Kodak Image Viewer|
Windows Server 2003
: security vulnerability level = severe51
vulnerabilities(-y) found between 10 July, 2003 and 14 July, 2009.
Windows Server 2003 (known as Win2K3) points to a server operating system... more512 files found
: owsadm.exe, w3wp.exe, httpcfg.exe, wmseditor.exe, dsrm.exe, IEExec.exe, dcgpofix.exe, portqry.exe, msppcnfg.exe, cmdkey.exe, addusr.exe, tapicfg.exe, dsget.exe, dsadd.exe, pop3svc.exe... more
: security vulnerability level = severe130
vulnerabilities(-y) found between 20 December, 2001 and 20 May, 2013.
Windows XP refers to a line of operating systems developed by Microsoft for... more4916 files found
: osk.exe, migwiz.exe, tlntadmn.exe, SYSPARSE.EXE, exctrlst.exe, tsprof.exe, xrxftplt.exe, nslookup.exe, oschoice.exe, dmdiag.exe, qprocess.exe, EXCH_regtrace.exe, cipher.exe, logman.exe, gprslt.exe... more
Microsoft Windows 2000
: security vulnerability level = extreme99
vulnerabilities(-y) found between 29 August, 2000 and 2 February, 2012.
Windows 2000 points to a line of operating systems which is developed by... more894 files found
: nwlscrpt.exe, imejpuex.exe, faxsend.exe, hpsjrreg.exe, fortutil.exe, jetpack.exe, MIRSETUP.EXE, DMPSETUP.EXE, loginw32.exe, wbemperm.exe, kodakimg.exe, MAKEBOOT.EXE, ddmprxy.exe, themes.exe, ipsecmon.exe... more
|Operating Systems:|| Windows|
|Impact:||Execute Arbitrary Code/Commands|