Wind River VxWorks IPnet TCP/IP Stack Vulnerabilities (aka. URGENT/11)
11 zero day vulnerabilities (aka. URGENT/11) were disclosed in VxWorks® TCP/IP stack (IPnet):
CVE-2019-12255 - TCP Urgent Pointer = 0 leads to integer underflow.
CVE-2019-12256 - Stack overflow in the parsing of IPv4 packets’ IP options.
CVE-2019-12257 - Heap overflow in DHCP Offer/Ack parsing inside ipdhcpc.
CVE-2019-12258 - DoS of TCP connection via malformed TCP options.
CVE-2019-12259 - DoS via NULL dereference in IGMP parsing.
CVE-2019-12260 - TCP Urgent Pointer state confusion caused by malformed TCP AO option.
CVE-2019-12261 - TCP Urgent Pointer state confusion during connect() to a remote host.
CVE-2019-12262 - Handling of unsolicited Reverse ARP replies (logic flaw).
CVE-2019-12263 - TCP Urgent Pointer state confusion due to a race condition.
CVE-2019-12264 - Logic flaw in IPv4 assignment by ipdhcpc DHCP client.
CVE-2019-12265 - IGMP information leak via IGMPv3 specific membership report.
Buffer Overflow, DoS, etc
The following Fortinet products are NOT affected:
None of the products above are using or based on VxWorks operating system.