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By default, BMC PATROL Agent through 11.3.01 uses a static encryption key for encrypting/decrypting user credentials sent over the network to managed PATROL Agent services. If an attacker were able to capture this network traffic, they could decrypt these credentials and use them to execute code or escalate privileges on the network.
** DISPUTED ** An issue was discovered in BMC PATROL Agent through 11.3.01. It was found that the PatrolCli application can allow for lateral movement and escalation of privilege inside a Windows Active Directory environment. It was found that by default the PatrolCli / PATROL Agent application only verifies if the password provided for the given username is correct; it does not verify the permissions of the user on the network. This means if you have PATROL Agent installed on a high value target (domain controller), you can use a low privileged domain user to authenticate with PatrolCli and then connect to the domain controller and run commands as SYSTEM. This means any user on a domain can escalate to domain admin through PATROL Agent. NOTE: the vendor disputes this because they believe it is adequate to prevent this escalation by means of a custom, non-default configuration.
Untrusted search path vulnerability in BMC Patrol for AIX 3.9.00 allows local users to gain privileges via a crafted library, related to an incorrect RPATH setting.
Format string vulnerability in BMC PATROL Agent before 3.7.30 allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via format string specifiers in an invalid version number to TCP port 3181, which are not properly handled when writing a log message.
BMC PATROL SNMP Agent before 3.2.07 allows local users to create arbitrary world-writeable files as root by specifying the target file as the second argument to the snmpmagt program.
BMC PATROL Agent before 3.2.07 allows local users to gain root privileges via a symlink attack on a temporary file.
BMC Patrol allows any remote attacker to flood its UDP port, causing a denial of service.
BMC Patrol allows remote attackers to gain access to an agent by spoofing frames.
Patrol management software allows a remote attacker to conduct a replay attack to steal the administrator password.
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