FILE-IDENTIFY -- Snort has detecte File Type indicators associated with packet data, which it will use to facilitate a flowbit, a method of stringing rules together. In a flowbit, one rule examines packets for file type indications, which it uses to switch rules pertaining to that file type from a dormant to active state in order to process the appropriate packets. File-type rules stay dormant to prevent alerts on innocent traffic. That same traffic, when contained in, for instance, a .doc file attached to an email, might be a threat and should be scanned.
FILE-IDENTIFY LZH archive file magic detected
Integer underflow in lzhsr.dll in Autonomy KeyView, as used in IBM Lotus Notes before 8.5.2 FP3, allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via a crafted header in a .lzh attachment that triggers a stack-based buffer overflow, aka SPR PRAD88MJ2W.
CVSS base score 9.3
CVSS impact score 10.0
CVSS exploitability score 8.6
Ease of Attack:
What To Look For
No public information
No known false positives
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CVE Additional Information
CVE-2011-1213Integer underflow in lzhsr.dll in Autonomy KeyView, as used in IBM Lotus Notes before 8.5.2 FP3, allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via a crafted header in a .lzh attachment that triggers a stack-based buffer overflow, aka SPR PRAD88MJ2W.
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