PT-2017-03: Buffer Overflow in Checker ATM Security
(PT-2017-03) Positive Technologies Security Advisory
Buffer Overflow in Checker ATM Security
Checker ATM Security
Version: 4.x, 5.x
Severity level: High
Impact: Remote Code Execution
Access Vector: Remote
Base Score: 8.8
Checker ATM Security protects ATMs by enforcing a wide range of restrictions in software: whitelisting with Application Control to block unauthorized applications, blocking attempts to connect keyboards and mice, limiting network connections with a firewall, and more.
The specialists of the Positive Research center have detected a Buffer Overflow vulnerability in hecker ATM Security.
An attacker able to spoof the control server can cause a buffer overflow and execute arbitrary code.
How to fix
Update your software up to the latest version
18.01.2017 - Vendor gets vulnerability details
06.04.2017 - Vendor releases fixed version and details
04.05.2017 - Public disclosure
The vulnerability was detected by Georgy Zaytsev, Positive Research Center (Positive Technologies Company)
Reports on the vulnerabilities previously discovered by Positive Research:
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*Source: IDC Worldwide Security and Vulnerability Management 2013-2017 Forecast and 2012 Vendor Shares, doc #242465, August 2013. Based on year-over-year revenue growth in 2012 for vendors with revenues of $20M+