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2021-07-30
 
CVE-2021-32558

CWE-74
 

 
An issue was discovered in Sangoma Asterisk 13.x before 13.38.3, 16.x before 16.19.1, 17.x before 17.9.4, and 18.x before 18.5.1, and Certified Asterisk before 16.8-cert10. If the IAX2 channel driver receives a packet that contains an unsupported media format, a crash can occur.

 
2021-02-19
 
CVE-2021-26713

CWE-787
 

 
A stack-based buffer overflow in res_rtp_asterisk.c in Sangoma Asterisk before 16.16.1, 17.x before 17.9.2, and 18.x before 18.2.1 and Certified Asterisk before 16.8-cert6 allows an authenticated WebRTC client to cause an Asterisk crash by sending multiple hold/unhold requests in quick succession. This is caused by a signedness comparison mismatch.

 
2021-02-18
 
CVE-2021-26712

NVD-CWE-Other
 

 
Incorrect access controls in res_srtp.c in Sangoma Asterisk 13.38.1, 16.16.0, 17.9.1, and 18.2.0 and Certified Asterisk 16.8-cert5 allow a remote unauthenticated attacker to prematurely terminate secure calls by replaying SRTP packets.

 
 
CVE-2021-26906

CWE-404
 

 
An issue was discovered in res_pjsip_session.c in Digium Asterisk through 13.38.1; 14.x, 15.x, and 16.x through 16.16.0; 17.x through 17.9.1; and 18.x through 18.2.0, and Certified Asterisk through 16.8-cert5. An SDP negotiation vulnerability in PJSIP allows a remote server to potentially crash Asterisk by sending specific SIP responses that cause an SDP negotiation failure.

 
 
CVE-2021-26717

NVD-CWE-noinfo
 

 
An issue was discovered in Sangoma Asterisk 16.x before 16.16.1, 17.x before 17.9.2, and 18.x before 18.2.1 and Certified Asterisk before 16.8-cert6. When re-negotiating for T.38, if the initial remote response was delayed just enough, Asterisk would send both audio and T.38 in the SDP. If this happened, and the remote responded with a declined T.38 stream, then Asterisk would crash.

 
2019-11-22
 
CVE-2019-18976

CWE-476
 

 
An issue was discovered in res_pjsip_t38.c in Sangoma Asterisk through 13.x and Certified Asterisk through 13.21-x. If it receives a re-invite initiating T.38 faxing and has a port of 0 and no c line in the SDP, a NULL pointer dereference and crash will occur. This is different from CVE-2019-18940.

 
 
CVE-2019-18790

CWE-862
 

 
An issue was discovered in channels/chan_sip.c in Sangoma Asterisk 13.x, 16.x, and 17.x, and Certified Asterisk 13.21, because of an incomplete fix for CVE-2019-18351. A SIP request can be sent to Asterisk that can change a SIP peer's IP address. A REGISTER does not need to occur, and calls can be hijacked as a result. The only thing that needs to be known is the peer's name; authentication details such as passwords do not need to be known. This vulnerability is only exploitable when the nat option is set to the default, or auto_force_rport.

 
 
CVE-2019-18610

CWE-862
 

 
An issue was discovered in manager.c in Sangoma Asterisk through 13.x, 16.x, 17.x and Certified Asterisk 13.21 through 13.21-cert4. A remote authenticated Asterisk Manager Interface (AMI) user without system authorization could use a specially crafted Originate AMI request to execute arbitrary system commands.

 
2019-07-12
 
CVE-2019-13161

CWE-476
 

 
An issue was discovered in Asterisk Open Source through 13.27.0, 14.x and 15.x through 15.7.2, and 16.x through 16.4.0, and Certified Asterisk through 13.21-cert3. A pointer dereference in chan_sip while handling SDP negotiation allows an attacker to crash Asterisk when handling an SDP answer to an outgoing T.38 re-invite. To exploit this vulnerability an attacker must cause the chan_sip module to send a T.38 re-invite request to them. Upon receipt, the attacker must send an SDP answer containing both a T.38 UDPTL stream and another media stream containing only a codec (which is not permitted according to the chan_sip configuration).

 
 
CVE-2019-12827

CWE-119
 

 
Buffer overflow in res_pjsip_messaging in Digium Asterisk versions 13.21-cert3, 13.27.0, 15.7.2, 16.4.0 and earlier allows remote authenticated users to crash Asterisk by sending a specially crafted SIP MESSAGE message.

 


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