April 10, 2007
Microsoft Windows CSRSS (client/server run-time subsystem) is prone to local privilege-escalation vulnerability. Successful attacks will result in the complete compromise of affected computers.
- Avaya Agent Access
- Avaya Basic Call Management System Reporting Desktop
- Avaya Basic Call Management System Reporting Desktop server
- Avaya CMS Supervisor
- Avaya CVLAN
- Avaya Computer Telephony
- Avaya Contact Center Express
- Avaya Customer Interaction Express (CIE) Server 1.0
- Avaya Customer Interaction Express (CIE) User Interface 1.0
- Avaya Enterprise Management
- Avaya IP Agent
- Avaya IP Softphone
- Avaya Integrated Management
- Avaya Interaction Center - Voice Quick Start
- Avaya Interaction Center
- Avaya Messaging Application Server
- Avaya Messaging Application Server MM 2.0
- Avaya Messaging Application Server MM 3.0
- Avaya Messaging Application Server MM 3.1
- Avaya Modular Messaging (MAS)
- Avaya Network Reporting
- Avaya OctelAccess(r) Server
- Avaya OctelDesignerTM
- Avaya Operational Analyst
- Avaya Outbound Contact Management
- Avaya Speech Access
- Avaya Unified Communication Center
- Avaya Unified Messenger (r)
- Avaya VPNmanagerTM Console
- Avaya Visual Messenger TM
- Avaya Visual Vector Client
- Avaya Web Messenger
- HP Storage Management Appliance 2.1
- Microsoft Windows Vista Business
- Microsoft Windows Vista Enterprise
- Microsoft Windows Vista Home Basic
- Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium
- Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate
- Microsoft Windows Vista x64 Edition
- Nortel Networks Centrex IP Client Manager 7.0.0
- Nortel Networks Centrex IP Client Manager 8.0.0
- Nortel Networks Centrex IP Client Manager 9.0
Permit local access for trusted individuals only. Where possible, use restricted environments and restricted shells.
Permitting local access to trusted individuals only can reduce the likelihood of local attacks.
Microsoft has released an advisory and fixes. Please see the references for more information. HP Storage Management Appliance is affected by the issue -- please see the referenced HP advisory.
eEye is credited with the discovery of this issue.
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