CA20161109-01: Security Notice for CA Unified Infrastructure Management
Issued: November 09, 2016
CA Technologies Support is alerting customers to two vulnerabilities in CA Unified Infrastructure Management (formerly CA Nimsoft). The first vulnerability, CVE-2016-9165, involves insecure handling of sessions IDs. A remote attacker can potentially acquire a session ID and bypass authentication or elevate privileges. The second vulnerability, CVE-2016-9164, is a path traversal information disclosure vulnerability associated with the diag.jsp file. A remote attacker can potentially access sensitive information. CA Technologies has assigned Medium and High risk ratings to these vulnerabilities. Solutions are available.
CVE-2016-9164 - Medium
CVE-2016-9165 - Medium
CA Unified Infrastructure Management 8.4 SP1 and earlier (formerly CA Nimsoft Monitor)
CA Unified Infrastructure Management Snap (formerly CA Nimsoft Monitor Snap)
How to determine if the installation is affected
Check the installed product version.
Upgrade to CA Unified Infrastructure Management r8.4 SP2 or later. We recommend installing the latest release, CA Unified Infrastructure Management r8.47.
If you are unable to upgrade to CA Unified Infrastructure Management r8.47 at this time, you can alternatively upgrade to CA Unified Infrastructure Management r8.4 SP2. To access r8.4 SP2, go to the Download Center at https://support.ca.com/, select product “CA Unified Infrastructure Mgmt Server Pack- On Prem – MULTI-PLATFORM“, and then select release “8.4”. CA Unified Infrastructure Management r8.4 SP2 can then be found on the subsequent Product Download page.
CVE-2016-9165 - CA UIM Session ID Vulnerability
CVE-2016-9164 - CA UIM diag.jsp Path Traversal Vulnerability
CVE-2016-9165 - rgod working with Trend Micro's Zero Day Initiative
CVE-2016-9164 - rgod working with Trend Micro's Zero Day Initiative
Version 1.0: Initial Release, 2016-11-09
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