CVE-2000-0572 Detail

Current Description

The Razor configuration management tool uses weak encryption for its password file, which allows local users to gain privileges.


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Vendor Statements (disclaimer)

Official Statement fromRazor (02/22/2007)

Subsequent releases of Razor address this issue and utilize a more robust encryption mechanism for the Razor password. If you are under maintenance, you have the option of upgrading to a more recent release of Razor at no cost. If you are not under maintenance and want to upgrade then you will need to contact Jennifer Stone at jstone@visible.com. Some additional notes ... - With version 4.1 and above, administrators of Razor may switch and use the local OS authentication instead of Razor’s authentication method. - OS permissions and protections always apply to the artifacts stored in the database. - This notice applies to users that have already logged into the supporting system. This primary means of defense is intact inspite of this particular vulnerability. - The next Razor release (due out in mid-2007) will allow remote UNIX clients to utilize SSH to authenticate the remote user. More information on this release and others may be found on the Visible Systems web site: http://www.visible.com/Products/Razor Please contact Visible Systems Corporation at 1-800-6-VISIBLE if you have additional questions.

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Hyperlink Resource
http://www.securityfocus.com/bid/1424
http://www.securityfocus.com/templates/archive.pike?list=1&date=2000-07-8&msg=613309F30B6DD2118C020000F809376C05CABD49@emss03m09.orl.lmco.com Exploit  Patch  Vendor Advisory 

Weakness Enumeration

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Quick Info

CVE Dictionary Entry:
CVE-2000-0572
NVD Published Date:
07/05/2000
NVD Last Modified:
09/10/2008
Source:
MITRE