Vulnerability in IBM DB2 could allow an authenticated user to cause a stack-based buffer overflow and possibly attain remote code execution.
CVE ID: CVE-2012-2197
The IBM DB2 products listed below contain a security vulnerability that could
allow an authenticated user to exploit a vulnerability in DB2's Java Stored Procedure infrastructure to cause a stack-based buffer overflow and possibly attain remote code
To exploit the vulnerability the malicious user would need:
1. Valid credential to connect to database
2. CONNECT privilege on database
3. A Java stored procedure to which the user has EXECUTE privilege.
If you do not have any Java stored procedures installed then you are not affected. To find the names of your Java stored procedures, execute the following SQL statement using the DB2 Command Line Processor (CLP):
SELECT ROUTINENAME FROM SYSCAT.ROUTINES WHERE LANGUAGE='JAVA'
If you have no Java stored procedures installed then you would get back an empty result like the following:
0 record(s) selected.
CVSS Base Score: 8.5
CVSS Temporal Score: See http://xforce.iss.net/xforce/xfdb/76286 for the current score
CVSS Environmental Score*: Undefined
CVSS String: (AV:N/AC:M/Au:S/C:C/I:C/A:C)
The following IBM DB2 V9.1, V9.5, V9.7 and V10.1 editions running on AIX, Linux, HP, Solaris and Windows:
IBM® DB2® 10.1 Express Edition
IBM® DB2® 10.1 Workgroup Server Edition
IBM® DB2® 10.1 Enterprise Server Edition
IBM® DB2® 10.1 Advanced Enterprise Server Edition
IBM® DB2® Connect™ 10.1 Application Server Edition
IBM® DB2® Connect™ 10.1 Enterprise Edition
IBM® DB2® Connect™ 10.1 Unlimited Edition for System i®
IBM® DB2® Connect™ 10.1 Unlimited Edition for System z®
IBM® DB2® 9.7 Express Edition
IBM® DB2® 9.7 Workgroup Server Edition
IBM® DB2® 9.7 Enterprise Server Edition
IBM® DB2® 9.7 Advanced Enterprise Server Edition
IBM® DB2® Connect™ 9.7 Application Server Edition
IBM® DB2® Connect™ 9.7 Enterprise Edition
IBM® DB2® Connect™ 9.7 Unlimited Edition for System i®
IBM® DB2® Connect™ 9.7 Unlimited Edition for System z®
IBM® DB2® 9.5 Express Edition
IBM® DB2® 9.5 Workgroup Server Edition
IBM® DB2® 9.5 Enterprise Server Edition
IBM® DB2® 9.5 Advanced Enterprise Server Edition
IBM® DB2® Connect™ 9.5 Application Server Edition
IBM® DB2® Connect™ 9.5 Enterprise Edition
IBM® DB2® Connect™ 9.5 Unlimited Edition for System i®
IBM® DB2® Connect™ 9.5 Unlimited Edition for System z®
IBM® DB2® 9.1 Express Edition
IBM® DB2® 9.1 Workgroup Server Edition
IBM® DB2® 9.1 Enterprise Server Edition
IBM® DB2® 9.1 Advanced Enterprise Server Edition
IBM® DB2® Connect™ 9.1 Application Server Edition
IBM® DB2® Connect™ 9.1 Enterprise Edition
IBM® DB2® Connect™ 9.1 Unlimited Edition for System i®
IBM® DB2® Connect™ 9.1 Unlimited Edition for System z®
NOTE: The DB2 Connect products mentioned are affected only if a local database has been created.
The following IBM V9.8 editions running on AIX and Linux:
IBM® DB2® pureScale™ Feature for Enterprise Server Edition
The recommended solution is to apply the appropriate fix for this vulnerability.
The fix for this vulnerability is available for download for DB2 release V9.1 FP12, V9.5 FP10, V9.7 FP7 and V10.1 FP1. For DB2 V9.8, the fix is planned to be made available in future fix packs.
In general, DB2 fix packs can be downloaded from the following site: http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg27007053. You may download the specific fix pack you need from the following:
|V9.8||IC84754||Not available. Please contact technical support.|
A special build with the interim fix will be made available for DB2 V9.8 FP5. Please contact your service representative to obtain the special build and reference the APAR number for the release you want.
Contact Technical Support:
None known; apply fix.
This vulnerability was reported to IBM by Martin Rakhmanov of Application Security Inc.
August 8, 2012: Document created.
August 21, 2012 - V9.5 FP10 has shipped. Updated document to include V9.5 FP10 download URL.
September 17, 2012 - DB2 V10.1 FP1 has shipped. Updated document to include V10.1 FP1 download URL.
November 6, 2012 - DB2 V9.7 FP7 has shipped. Updated document to include V9.7 FP7 download URL.
*The CVSS Environment Score is customer environment specific and will ultimately impact the Overall CVSS Score. Customers can evaluate the impact of this vulnerability in their environments by accessing the links in the Reference section of this Flash.
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|Information Management||DB2 Connect||9.7, 9.5, 9.1, 10.1|
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