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An issue was discovered in the web server in Flexense SyncBreeze Enterprise 10.6.24. There is a user mode write access violation on the syncbrs.exe memory region that can be triggered by rapidly sending a variety of HTTP requests with long HTTP header values or long URIs.
A buffer overflow vulnerability in "Add command" functionality exists in Flexense SyncBreeze Enterprise <= 10.3.14. The vulnerability can be triggered by an authenticated attacker who submits more than 5000 characters as the command name. It will cause termination of the SyncBreeze Enterprise server and possibly remote command execution with SYSTEM privilege.
A buffer overflow vulnerability in the control protocol of Flexense SyncBreeze Enterprise v10.4.18 allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code by sending a crafted packet to TCP port 9121.
A buffer overflow vulnerability lies in the web server component of Dup Scout Enterprise 9.9.14, Disk Savvy Enterprise 9.9.14, Sync Breeze Enterprise 9.9.16, and Disk Pulse Enterprise 9.9.16 where an attacker can craft a malicious GET request and exploit the web server component. Successful exploitation of the software will allow an attacker to gain complete access to the system with NT AUTHORITY / SYSTEM level privileges. The vulnerability lies due to improper handling and sanitization of the incoming request.
In Flexense Sync Breeze Enterprise v10.1.16, the Control Protocol suffers from a denial of service vulnerability. The attack vector is a crafted SERVER_GET_INFO packet sent to control port 9121.
The Enterprise version of SyncBreeze 10.2.12 and earlier is affected by a Remote Denial of Service vulnerability. The web server does not check bounds when reading server requests in the Host header on making a connection, resulting in a classic Buffer Overflow that causes a Denial of Service.
There exists an unauthenticated SEH based Buffer Overflow vulnerability in the HTTP server of Flexense SyncBreeze Enterprise v10.1.16. When sending a GET request with an excessive length, it is possible for a malicious user to overwrite the SEH record and execute a payload that would run under the Windows SYSTEM account.
Flexense SyncBreeze Enterprise version 10.1.16 is vulnerable to a buffer overflow that can be exploited for arbitrary code execution. The flaw is triggered by providing a long input into the "Destination directory" field, either within an XML document or through use of passive mode.
A buffer overflow vulnerability in Import Command in SyncBreeze before 10.6, DiskSorter before 10.6, DiskBoss before 8.9, DiskPulse before 10.6, DiskSavvy before 10.6, DupScout before 10.6, and VX Search before 10.6 allows attackers to execute arbitrary code via a crafted XML file containing a long name attribute of a classify element.
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