Vulnerability  oval:org.mitre.oval:def:5851
Cisco IOS Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Packet Arbitrary Code Execution Vulnerability  

Unspecified vulnerability in Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) 5.0, 5.1, and 6.0, and IOS 12.0 through 12.4, allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via a malformed SIP packet, aka CSCsi80102.
Create Date: 2008-05-26 Last Update Date: 2010-06-14

Affected Platforms/Products

Affected Products (CPE + CVE references)
Platforms: ios (from OVAL definitions)
  • Cisco IOS

References

Criteria

The system is vulnerable
IF : All of the following are true
IF : All of the following are true Cisco ISO version Test
IF : IOS vulnerable versions
ios : version_test :  IOS vulnerable versions 
At least one of the objects listed below must exist on the system (Existence check)
major_release pattern match 12\.0(\(\d+\))?\d*|12\.0(\(\d+\))?T\d*|12\.0(\(\d+\))?WC\d*|12\.0(\(\d+\))?XA\d*|12\.0(\(\d+\))?XC\d*|12\.0(\(\d+\))?XD\d*|12\.0(\(\d+\))?XF\d*|12\.0(\(\d+\))?XG\d*|12\.0(\(\d+\))?XH\d*|12\.0(\(\d+\))?XI\d*|12\.0(\(\d+\))?XK\d*|12\.0(\(\d+\))?XL\d*|12\.0(\(\d+\))?XM\d*|12\.0(\(\d+\))?XN\d*|12\.0(\(\d+\))?XQ\d*|12\.0(\(\d+\))?XR\d*|12\.0(\(\d+\))?XV\d*|12\.1(\(\d+\))?\d*|12\.1(\(\d+\))?AA\d*|12\.1(\(\d+\))?E\d*|12\.1(\(\d+\))?EA\d*|12\.1(\(\d+\))?EC\d*|12\.1(\(\d+\))?EX\d*|12\.1(\(\d+\))?EY\d*|12\.1(\(\d+\))?EZ\d*|12\.1(\(\d+\))?GA\d*|12\.1(\(\d+\))?GB\d*|12\.1(\(\d+\))?T\d*|12\.1(\(\d+\))?XA\d*|12\.1(\(\d+\))?XB\d*|12\.1(\(\d+\))?XC\d*|12\.1(\(\d+\))?XD\d*|12\.1(\(\d+\))?XE\d*|12\.1(\(\d+\))?XF\d*|12\.1(\(\d+\))?XG\d*|12\.1(\(\d+\))?XH\d*|12\.1(\(\d+\))?XI\d*|12\.1(\(\d+\))?XJ\d*|12\.1(\(\d+\))?XL\d*|12\.1(\(\d+\))?XM\d*|12\.1(\(\d+\))?XP\d*|12\.1(\(\d+\))?XQ\d*|12\.1(\(\d+\))?XR\d*|12\.1(\(\d+\))?XS\d*|12\.1(\(\d+\))?XT\d*|12\.1(\(\d+\))?XU\d*|12\.1(\(\d+\))?XV\d*|12\.1(\(\d+\))?XW\d*|12\.1(\(\d+\))?XY\d*|12\.1(\(\d+\))?XZ\d*|12\.1(\(\d+\))?YA\d*|12\.1(\(\d+\))?YB\d*|12\.1(\(\d+\))?YC\d*|12\.1(\(\d+\))?YD\d*|12\.1(\(\d+\))?YE\d*|12\.1(\(\d+\))?YF\d*|12\.1(\(\d+\))?YH\d*|12\.1(\(\d+\))?YI\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?B\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?BW\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?BY\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?CZ\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?DD\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?DX\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?IXA\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?IXB\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?IXC\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?IXD\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?MC\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?S\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?SB\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?SBC\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?SRA\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?SRB\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?SU\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?SV\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?SVC\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?SW\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?SX\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?SXA\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?SXB\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?SXD\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?SXE\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?SXF\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?SZ\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?T\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?TPC\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?VZ\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?XA\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?XB\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?XC\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?XD\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?XE\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?XG\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?XH\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?XI\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?XJ\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?XK\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?XL\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?XM\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?XN\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?XQ\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?XS\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?XT\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?XU\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?XV\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?XW\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?YA\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?YB\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?YC\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?YD\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?YE\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?YF\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?YG\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?YH\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?YJ\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?YK\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?YL\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?YM\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?YN\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?YP\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?YQ\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?YR\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?YS\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?YT\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?YU\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?YV\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?YW\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?YX\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?YY\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?YZ\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?ZB\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?ZC\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?ZD\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?ZE\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?ZF\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?ZG\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?ZH\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?ZJ\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?ZL\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?ZP\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?ZR\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?ZU\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?ZW\d*|12\.2(\(\d+\))?ZY\d*|12\.3(\(\d+\))?\d*|12\.3(\(\d+\))?B\d*|12\.3(\(\d+\))?T\d*|12\.3(\(\d+\))?TPC\d*|12\.3(\(\d+\))?XA\d*|12\.3(\(\d+\))?XB\d*|12\.3(\(\d+\))?XC\d*|12\.3(\(\d+\))?XD\d*|12\.3(\(\d+\))?XE\d*|12\.3(\(\d+\))?XF\d*|12\.3(\(\d+\))?XG\d*|12\.3(\(\d+\))?XH\d*|12\.3(\(\d+\))?XI\d*|12\.3(\(\d+\))?XJ\d*|12\.3(\(\d+\))?XK\d*|12\.3(\(\d+\))?XQ\d*|12\.3(\(\d+\))?XR\d*|12\.3(\(\d+\))?XS\d*|12\.3(\(\d+\))?XU\d*|12\.3(\(\d+\))?XW\d*|12\.3(\(\d+\))?XY\d*|12\.3(\(\d+\))?YA\d*|12\.3(\(\d+\))?YD\d*|12\.3(\(\d+\))?YF\d*|12\.3(\(\d+\))?YG\d*|12\.3(\(\d+\))?YH\d*|12\.3(\(\d+\))?YI\d*|12\.3(\(\d+\))?YK\d*|12\.3(\(\d+\))?YM\d*|12\.3(\(\d+\))?YQ\d*|12\.3(\(\d+\))?YS\d*|12\.3(\(\d+\))?YT\d*|12\.3(\(\d+\))?YU\d*|12\.3(\(\d+\))?YX\d*|12\.3(\(\d+\))?YZ\d*|12\.4(\(\d+\))?\d*|12\.4(\(\d+\))?MR\d*|12\.4(\(\d+\))?T\d*|12\.4(\(\d+\))?XA\d*|12\.4(\(\d+\))?XB\d*|12\.4(\(\d+\))?XC\d*|12\.4(\(\d+\))?XD\d*|12\.4(\(\d+\))?XE\d*|12\.4(\(\d+\))?XF\d*|12\.4(\(\d+\))?XG\d*|12\.4(\(\d+\))?XJ\d*|12\.4(\(\d+\))?XK\d*|12\.4(\(\d+\))?XT\d*|12\.4(\(\d+\))?XV\d*|12\.4(\(\d+\))?XW\d*
ios : version_state 
IF : NOT IOS vulnerable versions
ios : version_test :  IOS vulnerable versions 
At least one of the objects listed below must exist on the system (Existence check)
major_release pattern match 12\.3\(4\)TPC11b|12\.2\(13\)ZH9|12\.2\(29a\)SV|12\.3\(11\)YZ2|12\.3\(18a\)|12\.3\(22a\)|12\.4\(6\)XT1|12\.4\(4\)XC7|12\.3\(2\)XA6|12\.2\(18\)SXF10|12\.2\(28d\)|12\.3\(7\)XI8a|12\.3\(14\)YM11|12\.2\(18\)ZY1|12\.2\(18\)ZY2|12\.2\(21\)SW|12\.2\(20\)SW|12\.3\(11\)YK3|12\.4\(4\)XD8|12\.1\(22\)EA10|12\.2\(23\)SV|12\.2\(15\)MC2a|12\.2\(29b\)|12\.4\(6\)T8|12\.2\(30\)S|12\.4\(6\)XE3|12\.2\(15\)MC2i|12\.2\(15\)MC2j|12\.2\(27\)SV3|12\.2\(27\)SV2|12\.3\(19a\)|12\.3\(17b\)BC8|12\.3\(11\)YS2|12\.2\(15\)MC1|12\.4\(16\)|12\.4\(5c\)|12\.3\(21b\)|12\.4\(7f\)|12\.2\(20\)S13|12\.4\(11\)XJ4|12\.2\(46a\)|12\.2\(29\)SV4|12\.3\(11\)T12|12\.2\(18\)S13|12\.2\(22\)SV|12\.2\(28\)SB1|12\.4\(13d\)|12\.2\(8\)MC1|12\.2\(8\)MC2|12\.4\(2\)XB6|12\.2\(4\)BC1|12\.4\(9\)T5|12\.2\(25\)SW10|12\.2\(25\)SW11|12\.2\(28\)SV1|12\.4\(11\)XW3|12\.2\(14\)S19|12\.2\(24\)SV|12\.3\(2\)XC5|12\.2\(33\)SRB2|12\.3\(2\)XE5|12\.2\(27c\)|12\.4\(10c\)|12\.4\(11\)T3|12\.3\(23\)|12\.3\(7\)XI10a|12\.3\(2\)XE5|12\.4\(15\)T1|12\.3\(7\)XR7|12\.4\(4\)T8|12\.2\(33\)SRA5|12\.2\(25\)SV|12\.3\(17c\)|12\.3\(8\)XU|12\.3\(20a\)|12\.4\(8d\)|12\.2\(29\)SV|12\.2\(31\)SB6|12\.4\(12\)MR2|12\.4\(8d\)|12\.4\(2\)T6|12\.2\(21\)SW1|12\.3\(7\)XI1b|12\.3\(8\)YG6|12\.2\(33\)SXH|12\.3\(21a\)BC3|12\.2\(8\)TPC10c|12\.4\(3h\)|12\.3\(14\)YX9|12\.4\(11\)XV1|12\.4\(12c\)|12\.2\(4\)YA12|12\.0\(5\)WC16|12\.3\(19a|12\.1\(27b\)E2|12\.3\(17c\)|12\.2\(8\)ZB|12\.4\(11\)XW2|12\.3\(7\)XI2a|12\.2\(25\)S13|12\.3\(19a\)|12\.2\(28\)SB9|12\.2\(26c\)|12\.2\(18\)IXD1|12\.1\(22\)EA10b|12\.1\(22\)EA10a
ios : version_state 
IF : Any one of the following are true SIP Line Test
IF : SIP Test using ip socket. config contains: 5060 .may generate few false positive
ios : line_test :  SIP Test using ip socket. config contains: 5060 
At least one of the objects listed below must exist on the system (Existence check)
IOS : Command 
show running-config
show_subcommand (equals) show running-config
config_line pattern match \s+5060($|\s+)
ios : line_state 
IF : SIP Test using Tcp brief all. result contains: 5060
ios : line_test :  SIP Test using Tcp brief all. result contains: 5060 
At least one of the objects listed below must exist on the system (Existence check)
IOS : Command 
show ip sockets
show_subcommand (equals) show ip sockets
config_line pattern match \s+5060\s+
ios : line_state 
IF : SIP Test using runnning config. result contains: 5060
ios : line_test :  SIP Test using runnning config. result contains: 5060 
At least one of the objects listed below must exist on the system (Existence check)
IOS : Command 
show tcp brief all
show_subcommand (equals) show tcp brief all
config_line pattern match \s+\*\.5060\s+
ios : line_state 

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