The following vulnerabilites have been discovered and privately reported for the following versions of Intuit Quickbooks products:
Quickbooks 2009 – Quickbooks 2012; in conjunction with Internet Explorer Versions 7-9
- Intuit Help System Protocol URL Heap Corruption and Memory Leak:
- The vulnerability described in this document can potentially be
code as the user viewing the malicious content.
- Intuit Help System Protocol File Retrieval:
- The vulnerability described in this document can be exploited by
which the user viewing the HTML has local or network file system
access. The attacker must know or guess the path and file name of the
target ZIP archive and the target file it contains. A further
significant limitation is that files in subdirectories inside of ZIP
archives have proven inaccessible, based on a sampling of Windows
ZIPs, Microsoft Office 2007 documents, JARs, and APKs.
No vendor response at the time of public release. More information with be posted has it becomes available.
Sun, Jan. 15, 2012: -NetSecurityIT Rapid Alert-
– — Affected Vendors:
— Affected Products:
– — TippingPoint(TM) IPS Customer Protection:
TippingPoint IPS customers have been protected against this
vulnerability by Digital Vaccine protection filter ID 11710.
For further product information on the TippingPoint IPS, visit:
– — Vulnerability Details:
This vulnerability allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code on
vulnerable installations of McAfee Security-as-a-Service. User
interaction is required to exploit this vulnerability in that the target
must visit a malicious page or open a malicious file.
The specific flaws exists within myCIOScn.dll.
MyCioScan.Scan.ShowReport() will accept commands that are passed to a
function that simply executes them without authentication. This can be
leveraged by a malicious attacker to execute arbitrary code within the
context of the browser.
– — Vendor Response:
– — Mitigation:
The killbit can be set on this control to disable scripting within
Internet Explorer by modifying the data value of the Compatibilty Flags
DWORD within the following location in the registry:
If the Compatibility Flags value is set to 0x00000400 the control can no
longer be instantiated inside the browser. For more information, please
– — Disclosure Timeline:
2011-04-01 – Vulnerability reported to vendor
2012-01-12 – 0Day advisory released in accordance with the ZDI 180 day
– — Credit:
This vulnerability was discovered by:
* Andrea Micalizzi aka rgod
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