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How to check the vulnerabiliy of haht server for memory and buffer overflow...

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Hi,

i have problem with vulnerabiliy to check for haht application server for memory overflow...

application log display event code : 1032... where can i found this..?

urgent..

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This may answer your issue...check below...

Impact:
A request like the above will overrun the allocated buffer and overwrite EIP (Instruction Pointer), which leads to a service restart and the possibility of remote code execution, giving an attacker the opportunity to run commands on the server with permission of NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM.

Corrective actions:
This security vulnerability can be corrected by applying the server fix [20030010] from http://www.haht.com/kb

For Windows:
ftp://ftp.haht.com/private/support/fixes/5.1/build91/ox79989_buffer_overrun_fix.zip

For Solaris:
Contact HAHT Technical Support at support@haht.com.

For Linux:
Contact HAHT Technical Support at support@haht.com.
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