ONVIF Widely Used Toolkit gSOAP Vulnerability Discovered (Devil's Ivy)

By: IPVM Team, Published on Jul 10, 2017

A vulnerability has been discovered in a toolkit that video surveillance manufacturers widely use for implementing ONVIF.

In this report, we examine what this vulnerability is, how it works, who is impacted, and what to do.

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Vulnerability **********

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Widely **** ** *************

*******'* ***** ******* ** widely **** *** ***** implementations ***** *************, ********* to ************* **** ***** with. *** ******* **** could ** **** *** non-ONVIF ********, **** ** to ****** * ******* camera ******/************* ***.

Blocking ***** *******

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*** ************* ********, ***** should ***** ******** ** support/firmware ******* *** ***** manufacturers, ** ** ** possible *** *** ******** are ********, ** **** patched ******** ** *** yet *********.

**** ***** ** ****** this **** ********* ** we *******.

100s ** ************* *******

***** **** *** ******* out ** * ****** of *** ****** *************, hundreds ** ********* / manufacturers *** ***** (***+ ONVIF ******* *** *,***+ ONVIF ******* * ******** as ** **** ***********). We ******* **** ** them *** ********.

ONVIF ************ ** *****

****** *** ***** ******* is ***** **** ** implement ***** ************* ** devices, *** ************* ** related ** *** *******, not ***** ************. ** is **** ******** *** manufacturers ** ********* **** ONVIF *********** ******* ***** this *******. *** ***** reasons, * ******'* ***** profile ******* ** *********** listing *** *** ** used ** **** *** indication ** **** *** this *************.

ONVIF ***** *** ********* ** *******

***** **** *** ********* comment ** **** ********* gSOAP *** **** *************:

***** ** *** **** of *** ***** **************, but ** **** ** the **** *** *** ONVIF ***, ** ** possible **** ***** ***** members ***** ** ********. ONVIF, *********, ****** ** send *** * ********* to *** ******* ** make **** ***** ** the *************.

No ***** ** ******** ********

****** *** *** ******** any ***** ** ******* code *** *** *******, making ** ****** ******** to ** **** ** any *****-**** *******, *** more ** * *********** risk. ******* *** **** not ******** *** ********* of ***** ***** ********, in ***** ** **** it **** ********* *** potential ********* ** ********** exactly *** *** ******* could ** ******* ***.

Low **** ** *******

*** ****** ** ****** overflow ******* ***** **** somewhat ****** ********, *** can ******* ***** *** error, ** **** ********* of *** ****** ******, to **** * ********** attack **** ******* **** or ******** **** ******. Because ** ****, *** the **** **** *** details ** *** ******** XML ********** ******** *** an ******* *** ***** released ** **** ** hard *** **** ************* will ** *** ** real ***.

Mitigating ****

******* ** **** ***** cyber ******** *************** ** network *******, *********** ******* access ** *** **** will ******* ****** *** chance ** *******. ******* utilizing * *** ** recorder *** ****** ******, instead ** ***** ******** connected ** *** ********, are *********** ****** **** remote ****** (****** ** is ******** *** *** VMS ****** ** **** vulnerabilities). ************, ********* ******** to ************-*********** ********, ** they ****** *********, **** eliminate **** ******** *************.

Comments (23)

**** ***** *********** ** the ********** *********. ***** are *** ******** **** make *********** **** **** worth **.

****** - ** ******** a ******** **** ********* that **** ** *** use *** ***** *******, and ******* *** ****** accordingly.

...***** ********* **** ** easy *** ** **** if *** ******** ** their ****** ** ******** without * ************ ************.

******* * **** *** be *********, ***** ** some ********* ********, **** was **** **** ************* ***.

*******, ***** **** ** already *****, *** *** fact **** *** ******* developer *** ******** * patch, *** ****** ******* will ****** *** ******* any *********** *** ***********.

*** ***? ******'* * working ** ***** ** working ******* **** ******** whether *** **** ** risk ** ** ******* use ** *** ********?

*** ***? ******'* * working ** ***** ** working ******* **** ******** whether *** **** ** risk ** ** ******* use ** *** ********?

* ** *** ******* any ****** ****/"***** ** working" ******** *** ***** to ** ******** ** part ** ******'* ****** publication.

* ** ******** *** to **** ********, *** does ****** **** ** Tyco/ ******** ******** ** affected ** ****?

***** -

* *** ***** *** to * ******* ** Tyco ** *** ***** their ******* ***** *** have *** ***** **** yet. ** *** **** anything *** ** **** and * **** ****** this ****** **** ***** feedback.

***** *** *** *** alert!

***** ***** *** ****** ONVIF ******* **** *** Toolkit ***** ** ***** comprehend **** *****. *********, great ***********.

*******, ****** *** *** feedback ** *** *****. We ********* **** *** proper ********. *** *******, your ************** ***** ** 'Widely **** ***** ******* Vulnerability **********'. **** ***** flow ****** ********* *** be *********** ********* ******* it's *** ** ***** toolkit, ******* ** *****'* design ** ** *****'* design. ** **** ******* to ** * ******* that *** **** ****** used ** ********* ************ ONVIF ***** ***** ******** SOAP *** ***** ** a ******* *** ************ SOAP *******.

***** *****.

***** *** ***** *** this ***** ***********. **** one *****, ** ** "Genivia" *** *******. ** might ** ********* *** some ***** **** **** search ** ******.

******, * ********* *** mentions ** ******* ** the ******.

******:******** ******** * ****** on *** ***** *************, ********** **** **** affected. **** **** **** released ******* ********/*** ********.

**** ******* *** *** gSOAP ****** "**** *****".

******

****** ******** ***** ****** on **** *******, ****** it "*****'* ***":

*****'* ***: **** ** Widely **** *****-***** **** Impacts ********

****'* *** ********** **** to ************ ********* *** ******* *******.

*'* *** **** *** given **** *******, * generic ******* ******'* ** fashioned, *** ** ***** is **** *** ******* code **** ** ************ written *** **** ******** version...

**** **** **** ************* the *** **** ** their **** **********:

* ** *** ******* manager *** ***********.

*********** **** ** ******** version ** ***** ** a ****** ******. **** is, *********** ** *** listening *** ****** ***** SOAP ******** **** *********** assigned ***** **** ***** after *** ******** ** received **** *** ****** (cameras ** **** *****). To ** *********, *********** would **** ** **** a ******* ** * malicious ******/****** ** *** local ******* **** ***** reply **** *** *******.

******** ************ ** **********, exacqVision **** ******* ** update ** ***** *** vulnerability ** *** ********* release.

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****** *** *** ********** info, * **** *** a **** *** ***** into *** ******.

****** - ** ******** a ********* **** ***** that **** *** ***** own ******** *** ******** SOAP/XML ******* *** *** not ********** ** ****.

****** - ** ******* had ****** ****** ** not ********, *** **** added * **** ********'* ****** ******* **** are *** ********.

http://www.tycosecurityproducts.com/cyberprotection.aspx

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************ ** *** ************* requires * ***** (>***) request ** ** **** to * ********** ******. If **********, *** ******* or ****** *** **** operating. **** **** ****** and ******** *********** *** a ******** ******, ** may ** ******** ** create * ****** ******* to ***** ** ******** access ** *** ********** operating ******. *** **** information *** ********* *********, see ******’* **** ***** (links *****).

*** **** ********** ******* are ******* ****** ** servers **** **** ** able ** ******* **** requests. **** ******** ******* that *** ***** *** WS-discovery *** ****** ********* and ***** *********.

Illustra ***, ******** ****, *** ******** **** series cameras do use a vulnerable version of gSOAP and act as a server with the following ports accepting SOAP requests.

*** ******* ** ***** the **** ** *********** that *** ** ******** at ***** ***** ********** exploit. ***** ******** *** received ** ******** ********. When * ******* ***** push *** ***** ******** data ****** * *** threshold, *** ****** ***** a *** ** ***** the **********.

******** ******* ** ***** for ***** ** ** disabled ***** *** ****** Access *** ** *** camera *** **. **** disabled, *** ******* ********** SOAP ******** ** *** camera ** ********** *** requests **** ** *** camera ***** ***** *** ignored.

******** ************ *** *** be ********, ** ********** with *** ******** *** by *** ***** ********** program, *** ******** ******* will ******* ** ****** to ******* *** ************* in *** **** ****** to *** ********’ ********.

VideoEdge *** and Exacq **** use an affected version of gSOAP as a client device to discover and manage cameras. Verified through testing by our Cyber Protection engineers, these devices make SOAP requests from dynamically assigned ports that close after the response is received from the server.

******** ************ *** *** be ********, ** ********** with ***** ***** ********, both ******** **** ******* an ****** ** ******* the ************* ** *** next ******* ****** ** the *******.

***CEM ******* ***** ******** ****** and the Portable Sub-System software used on the CEM ******* ****** CDC servers to service these readers uses an affected version of gSOAP. A patch that resolves this vulnerability in AC2000 versions 6.6 to version 8.0 will soon be available. CEM Systems is still investigating the full impact of the vulnerability in the portable reader.

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Illustra ********** do not use gSOAP and are not affected.

American ******** ****** *********** ****** *** ******* do not use gSOAP.

Software ***** *•**** **** *** ***** ****** do not use gSOAP.

Kantech products do not use gSOAP.

** **** *********** ***** the ************* ****** *********, we **** ** ******** this ********. ** *** do ********** *** ******** or **** *** *********, please ******* **** ********* support **** ** *** Cyber ********** ******* ** TSPCyberProtection@tycoint.com

Illustra ***** ***** ****

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***, **** ******* *** interesting / *********:

Illustra ***, ******** ****, *** ******** ****series cameras do use a vulnerable version of gSOAP and act as a server with the following ports accepting SOAP requests.

*** ******* ** ***** the **** ** *********** that *** ** ******** at ***** ***** ********** exploit. ***** ******** *** received ** ******** ********. When * ******* ***** push *** ***** ******** data ****** * *** threshold, *** ****** ***** a *** ** ***** the **********.

******** ******* ** ***** for ***** ** ** disabled ***** *** ****** Access *** ** *** camera *** **. **** disabled, *** ******* ********** SOAP ******** ** *** camera ** ********** *** requests **** ** *** camera ***** ***** *** ignored.

******** ************ *** *** be ********, ** ********** with *** ******** *** by *** ***** ********** program, *** ******** ******* will ******* ** ****** to ******* *** ************* in *** **** ****** to *** ********’ ********.

*** ***/*** ******* **** they *** *** ********** since **** ** *** allow *** *******. ** that ** *******, **** would **** **** *** a ******* ******** ** simply *** **** *** not **********?

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