- November 8th, 2007
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Netragard’s SNOsoft Research Team discovered two critical vulnerabilities in the OpenBase SQL Relational Database that can lead to full system compromise.
The first vulnerability discovered is a command injection vulnerability that affects several of the default Stored Procedures. Specifically, it is possible to execute system commands as the root user by inserting a series of backticks into the pre-defined Stored Procedures.
The second vulnerability discovered in Buffer Overflow that causes heap corruption. This also has the potential to lead to the execution of arbitrary code or a Denial of Service condition.