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📚 The April 2023 Security Update Review


💡 Newskategorie: Hacking
🔗 Quelle: thezdi.com

It’s the second Tuesday of the month, which means Adobe and Microsoft (and others) have released their latest security patches. Take a break from your regularly scheduled activities and join us as we review the details of the latest offerings from Microsoft and Adobe. If you’d rather watch the video recap, check out the Patch Report webcast on our YouTube channel. It should be posted within a couple of hours after the release.

Adobe Patches for April 2023

For April, Adobe released six bulletins addressing 56 CVEs in Acrobat and Reader, Adobe Digital Editions, InCopy, Substance 3D Designer, Substance 3D Stager, and Adobe Dimension. A total of 47 of these CVEs were reported by ZDI vulnerability researchers Mat Powell and Michael DePlante. The update for Reader is likely the most important. It corrects 16 different CVEs, and 14 of these could lead to arbitrary code execution if a threat actor can get a user to open a specially crafted PDF with an affected version of Reader. This update also includes four CVEs from Abdul-Aziz Hariri of Haboob SA that were a part of his successful demonstration at the recent Pwn2Own Vancouver.

The patch for Adobe Digital Edition corrects a single Critical-rated code execution bug. The fix for InCopy also addresses a lone Critical-rated code execution issue. The other updates are noticeably larger. The update for Substance 3D Designer addresses nine bugs, all of which are rated Critical. The fix for Substance 3D Stager corrects 14 vulnerabilities, 10 of which are rated Critical and could lead to arbitrary code execution. The final patch from Adobe covers Adobe Dimension and corrects 15 unique bugs. A total of 14 of these bugs could lead to arbitrary code execution with the other being a memory leak.

None of the bugs fixed by Adobe this month are listed as publicly known or under active attack at the time of release. Adobe categorizes these updates as a deployment priority rating of 3.

Apple Patches for April 2023

Apple had a couple of CVEs patched last week and yesterday covering two bugs under active attack. CVE-2023-28205 is a UAF in WebKit and can be found in Safari, macOS, and iOS. It can lead to code execution at the level of the logged-on user. It would need to be paired with a privilege escalation to take over a system. The second bug patched by Apple does just that. CVE-2023-28206 is a privilege escalation in the IOSurfaceAccelerator component in macOS and iOS. Apple doesn’t expressly state these were used in conjunction, but they were reported by the same researchers at the same time, so their combined use makes sense.

Microsoft Patches for April 2023

This month, Microsoft released 97 new patches addressing CVEs in Microsoft Windows and Windows Components; Office and Office Components; Windows Defender; SharePoint Server; Windows Hyper-V; PostScript Printer; and Microsoft Dynamics. This is in addition to three Edge (Chromium-based) CVEs previously released and being documented today. That brings today’s total CVE count to an even 100. Six of these bugs came were submitted through the ZDI program.

Of the patches released today, seven are rated Critical and 90 are rated Important in severity. While this volume does seem to be in line with past years, the number of remote code execution (RCE) bugs makes up nearly half the release. It’s unusual to see that many RCE fixes in a single month. Also, note that none of the bugs disclosed over Teams during Pwn2Own Vancouver are being addressed by Microsoft this month.

One of the new CVEs is listed as under active attack at the time of release. Let’s take a closer look at some of the more interesting updates for this month, starting with the bug under active attack:

 -       CVE-2023-28252 – Windows Common Log File System Driver Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability
This is the one bug under active attack this month, and if it seems familiar, that’s because there was a similar 0-day patched in the same component just two months ago. To me, that implies the original fix was insufficient and attackers have found a method to bypass that fix. As in February, there is no information about how widespread these attacks may be. This type of exploit is typically paired with a code execution bug to spread malware or ransomware. Definitely test and deploy this patch quickly.

-       CVE-2023-21554 – Microsoft Message Queuing Remote Code Execution Vulnerability
This is a CVSS 9.8 bug and receives Microsoft’s highest exploitability rating. It allows a remote, unauthenticated attacker to run their code with elevated privileges on affected servers with the Message Queuing service enabled. This service is disabled by default but is commonly used by many contact center applications. It listens to TCP port 1801 by default, so blocking this at the perimeter would prevent external attacks. However, it’s not clear what impact this may have on operations. Your best option is to test and deploy the update.

-       CVE-2023-23384 – Microsoft SQL Server Remote Code Execution Vulnerability
This is a silent patch released by Microsoft in February and is just now being documented. The problem of silent patching has already been well documented, so I won’t rehash it here. The patch fixes an OOB Write bug in the SQLcmd tool that could allow a remote, unauthenticated attacker to exploit code with elevated privileges. While not listed in the CVSS, the attack complexity seems high since the attacker can only control a few bytes at a time. A server crash is much more likely. If you’re running SQL server, read the Cumulative Update table to ensure you have both the February and April updates installed.

-       CVE-2013-3900 – WinVerifyTrust Signature Validation Vulnerability
That’s no mistake on the CVE number – this is a 10-year-old patch being reissued. And if this bug sounds familiar, it’s because it was used by a threat actor in the recent 3CX attacks. This was an “opt-in” fix in the past, meaning admins had to opt-in to get this fix. With this revision, add fixes for additional platforms and adds further recommendations for enterprises. Definitely take the time to review all of the recommendations, including the information on the Microsoft Trusted Root Program, and take the actions needed to protect your environment.

Here’s the full list of CVEs released by Microsoft for April 2023:

CVE Title Severity CVSS Public Exploited Type
CVE-2023-28252 Windows Common Log File System Driver Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability Important 7.8 No Yes EoP
CVE-2023-28231 DHCP Server Service Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Critical 8.8 No No RCE
CVE-2023-28219 Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Critical 8.1 No No RCE
CVE-2023-28220 Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Critical 8.1 No No RCE
CVE-2023-21554 Microsoft Message Queuing Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Critical 9.8 No No RCE
CVE-2023-28291 Raw Image Extension Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Critical 8.4 No No RCE
CVE-2023-28232 Windows Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Critical 7.5 No No RCE
CVE-2023-28250 Windows Pragmatic General Multicast (PGM) Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Critical 9.8 No No RCE
CVE-2023-28260 .NET DLL Hijacking Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Important 7.8 No No RCE
CVE-2023-28312 Azure Machine Learning Information Disclosure Vulnerability Important 6.5 No No Info
CVE-2023-28300 Azure Service Connector Security Feature Bypass Vulnerability Important 7.5 No No SFB
CVE-2023-24860 Microsoft Defender Denial of Service Vulnerability Important 7.5 No No DoS
CVE-2023-28309 Microsoft Dynamics 365 (on-premises) Cross-site Scripting Vulnerability Important 7.6 No No XSS
CVE-2023-28314 Microsoft Dynamics 365 (on-premises) Cross-site Scripting Vulnerability Important 6.1 No No XSS
CVE-2023-28313 Microsoft Dynamics 365 Customer Voice Cross-Site Scripting Vulnerability Important 6.1 No No XSS
CVE-2023-21769 Microsoft Message Queuing Denial of Service Vulnerability Important 7.5 No No DoS
CVE-2023-28302 Microsoft Message Queuing Denial of Service Vulnerability Important 7.5 No No DoS
CVE-2023-28285 Microsoft Office Graphics Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Important 7.8 No No RCE
CVE-2023-24883 Microsoft PostScript and PCL6 Class Printer Driver Information Disclosure Vulnerability Important 6.5 No No Info
CVE-2023-24884 Microsoft PostScript and PCL6 Class Printer Driver Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Important 8.8 No No RCE
CVE-2023-24885 Microsoft PostScript and PCL6 Class Printer Driver Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Important 8.8 No No RCE
CVE-2023-24886 Microsoft PostScript and PCL6 Class Printer Driver Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Important 8.8 No No RCE
CVE-2023-24887 Microsoft PostScript and PCL6 Class Printer Driver Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Important 8.8 No No RCE
CVE-2023-24924 Microsoft PostScript and PCL6 Class Printer Driver Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Important 8.8 No No RCE
CVE-2023-24925 Microsoft PostScript and PCL6 Class Printer Driver Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Important 8.8 No No RCE
CVE-2023-24926 Microsoft PostScript and PCL6 Class Printer Driver Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Important 8.8 No No RCE
CVE-2023-24927 Microsoft PostScript and PCL6 Class Printer Driver Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Important 8.8 No No RCE
CVE-2023-24928 Microsoft PostScript and PCL6 Class Printer Driver Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Important 8.8 No No RCE
CVE-2023-24929 Microsoft PostScript and PCL6 Class Printer Driver Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Important 8.8 No No RCE
CVE-2023-28243 Microsoft PostScript and PCL6 Class Printer Driver Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Important 8.8 No No RCE
CVE-2023-28287 Microsoft Publisher Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Important 7.8 No No RCE
CVE-2023-28295 Microsoft Publisher Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Important 7.8 No No RCE
CVE-2023-28288 Microsoft SharePoint Server Spoofing Vulnerability Important 6.5 No No Spoofing
CVE-2023-23375 Microsoft SQL Server Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Important 7.8 No No RCE
CVE-2023-23384 Microsoft SQL Server Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Important 7.3 No No RCE
CVE-2023-28304 Microsoft SQL Server Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Important 7.8 No No RCE
CVE-2023-28275 Microsoft WDAC OLE DB provider for SQL Server Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Important 8.8 No No RCE
CVE-2023-28311 Microsoft Word Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Important 7.8 No No RCE
CVE-2023-28268 Netlogon RPC Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability Important 8.1 No No EoP
CVE-2023-28292 Raw Image Extension Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Important 7.8 No No RCE
CVE-2023-28267 Remote Desktop Protocol Client Information Disclosure Vulnerability Important 6.5 No No Info
CVE-2023-21729 Remote Procedure Call Runtime Information Disclosure Vulnerability Important 4.3 No No Info
CVE-2023-21727 Remote Procedure Call Runtime Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Important 8.8 No No RCE
CVE-2023-24893 Visual Studio Code Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Important 7.8 No No RCE
CVE-2023-28262 Visual Studio Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability Important 7.8 No No EoP
CVE-2023-28263 Visual Studio Information Disclosure Vulnerability Important 5.5 No No Info
CVE-2023-28296 Visual Studio Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Important 8.4 No No RCE
CVE-2023-28299 Visual Studio Spoofing Vulnerability Important 5.5 No No Spoofing
CVE-2023-24914 Win32k Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability Important 7 No No EoP
CVE-2023-28223 Windows Domain Name Service Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Important 6.6 No No RCE
CVE-2023-28216 Windows Advanced Local Procedure Call (ALPC) Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability Important 7 No No EoP
CVE-2023-28218 Windows Ancillary Function Driver for WinSock Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability Important 7 No No EoP
CVE-2023-28227 Windows Bluetooth Driver Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Important 7.5 No No RCE
CVE-2023-28249 Windows Boot Manager Security Feature Bypass Vulnerability Important 6.6 No No SFB
CVE-2023-28269 Windows Boot Manager Security Feature Bypass Vulnerability Important 6.8 No No SFB
CVE-2023-28273 Windows Clip Service Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability Important 7 No No EoP
CVE-2023-28229 Windows CNG Key Isolation Service Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability Important 7 No No EoP
CVE-2023-28266 Windows Common Log File System Driver Information Disclosure Vulnerability Important 5.5 No No Info
CVE-2023-28277 Windows DNS Server Information Disclosure Vulnerability Important 4.9 No No Info
CVE-2023-28254 Windows DNS Server Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Important 7.2 No No RCE
CVE-2023-28255 Windows DNS Server Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Important 6.6 No No RCE
CVE-2023-28256 Windows DNS Server Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Important 6.6 No No RCE
CVE-2023-28278 Windows DNS Server Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Important 6.6 No No RCE
CVE-2023-28305 Windows DNS Server Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Important 6.6 No No RCE
CVE-2023-28306 Windows DNS Server Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Important 6.6 No No RCE
CVE-2023-28307 Windows DNS Server Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Important 6.6 No No RCE
CVE-2023-28308 Windows DNS Server Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Important 6.6 No No RCE
CVE-2023-28226 Windows Enroll Engine Security Feature Bypass Vulnerability Important 5.3 No No SFB
CVE-2023-28221 Windows Error Reporting Service Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability Important 7 No No EoP
CVE-2023-24912 Windows Graphics Component Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability Important 7.8 No No EoP
CVE-2023-28276 Windows Group Policy Security Feature Bypass Vulnerability Important 4.4 No No SFB
CVE-2023-28238 Windows Internet Key Exchange (IKE) Protocol Extensions Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Important 7.5 No No RCE
CVE-2023-28244 Windows Kerberos Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability Important 8.1 No No EoP
CVE-2023-28298 Windows Kernel Denial of Service Vulnerability Important 5.5 No No DoS
CVE-2023-28222 Windows Kernel Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability Important 7.1 No No EoP
CVE-2023-28236 Windows Kernel Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability Important 7.8 No No EoP
CVE-2023-28248 Windows Kernel Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability Important 7.8 No No EoP
CVE-2023-28272 Windows Kernel Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability Important 7.8 No No EoP
CVE-2023-28293 Windows Kernel Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability Important 7.8 No No EoP
CVE-2023-28253 Windows Kernel Information Disclosure Vulnerability Important 5.5 No No Info
CVE-2023-28271 Windows Kernel Memory Information Disclosure Vulnerability Important 5.5 No No Info
CVE-2023-28237 Windows Kernel Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Important 7.8 No No RCE
CVE-2023-28235 Windows Lock Screen Security Feature Bypass Vulnerability Important 6.8 No No SFB
CVE-2023-28270 Windows Lock Screen Security Feature Bypass Vulnerability Important 6.8 No No SFB
CVE-2023-28217 Windows Network Address Translation (NAT) Denial of Service Vulnerability Important 7.5 No No DoS
CVE-2023-28247 Windows Network File System Information Disclosure Vulnerability Important 7.5 No No Info
CVE-2023-28240 Windows Network Load Balancing Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Important 8.8 No No RCE
CVE-2023-28225 Windows NTLM Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability Important 7.8 No No EoP
CVE-2023-28224 Windows Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet (PPPoE) Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Important 7.1 No No RCE
CVE-2023-28246 Windows Registry Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability Important 7.8 No No EoP
CVE-2023-28297 Windows Remote Procedure Call Service (RPCSS) Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability Important 8.8 No No EoP
CVE-2023-24931 Windows Secure Channel Denial of Service Vulnerability Important 7.5 No No DoS
CVE-2023-28233 Windows Secure Channel Denial of Service Vulnerability Important 7.5 No No DoS
CVE-2023-28234 Windows Secure Channel Denial of Service Vulnerability Important 7.5 No No DoS
CVE-2023-28241 Windows Secure Socket Tunneling Protocol (SSTP) Denial of Service Vulnerability Important 7.5 No No DoS
CVE-2023-28228 Windows Spoofing Vulnerability Important 5.5 No No Spoofing
CVE-2023-28274 Windows Win32k Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability Important 7.8 No No EoP
CVE-2023-28284 * Microsoft Edge (Chromium-based) Security Feature Bypass Vulnerability Moderate 4.3 No No SFB
CVE-2023-24935 * Microsoft Edge (Chromium-based) Spoofing Vulnerability Low N/A No No Spoofing
CVE-2023-28301 * Microsoft Edge (Chromium-based) Tampering Vulnerability Low 4.2 No No Tampering

* Indicates this CVE had been released prior to today.

 

Looking at the remaining Critical-rated patches, there’s another CVSS 9.8 bug in Pragmatic General Multicast (PGM) that’s similar to the MSMQ bug already discussed. However, this bug is listed as not exploitable as the Messaging Queue vulnerability. There’s a bug in the DHCP server, but it may not be as severe as it initially seems. It requires a network adjacent attacker to send an affected DHCP server a specially crafted RPC call. DHCP is not a routable protocol (or a secure one), so external threat actors can’t take advantage of this vulnerability. There are a couple of Critical-rated bugs in the Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol and the Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol. We’ve seen plenty of similar bugs receive fixes over the last few months, but none have ever been reported as being exploited in the wild. The final Critical-rated bug impacts the Raw Image Extension. Viewing a specially-crafted file could allow code execution.

Moving on to the other code execution bugs, the first thing that jumps out are the 11 different patches for the PostScript and PCL6 Class Printer driver. It seems printers will continue to be a security issue for Microsoft for some time to come. There are also eight patches for DNS server to go along with the one already mentioned. These are less severe as they require the attacker to have elevated privileges. There’s a fix for RPC Runtime, but the description is confusing. While the CVSS state low permissions are needed, the description states an unauthenticated attacker could exploit this bug. There’s a patch for the Internet Key Exchange (IKE) protocol, but it requires the IKE and AuthIP IPsec Keying Modules to be running. Note that disabling either of these will adversely impact IPSec functionality, so if you are running these, patch rather than disable services. There’s an RCE bug in the Network Load Balancer that leave it open to network adjacent attackers. In this case, it’s recommended to upgrade to the newer Software Load Balancing service, which is listed as not affected. The Bluetooth component receives a patch that would require an attacker to be in close physical proximity to a target. Most of the remaining patches fix open-and-own bugs, including a rare Windows kernel RCE. Most kernel bugs are privilege escalations, so it’s interesting to see a RCE bug in the component.

There are roughly half as many elevation of privilege (EoP) patches as there are RCE patches, and the vast majority of these require an authenticated user to run specially crafted code to elevate to SYSTEM. There are a couple of exceptions worth noting. Both the Kerberos and the Netlogon RPC bugs require a man-in-the-middle (MiTM) attacker. The Kerberos bug could lead to a downgrade of a client's encryption to the RC4-md4 cypher. An attacker could use this to compromise the user's Kerberos session key to elevate privileges. Similarly, an MiTM attacker could intercept Netlogon RPC messages to modify Netlogon protocol traffic to elevate their privileges.  

Seven different security feature bypass (SFB) bugs receive patches this month, and this continues the trend of increasing SFB bugs in each release. The first in the Azure Service Connector could allow attackers to bypass internal firewall restrictions. There are two different bugs in the Lock Screen that could allow it to by bypassed, but both of these would require physical access. That’s the same for the two bugs in the Windows Boot Manager. The bug in Group Policy is interesting as it would prevent an admin from updating group policies under certain circumstances. The patch for the Windows Enroll Engine fixes a bug that could bypass certificate validation during the account enrollment process. The final SFB bug is in the Driver Revocation List. As the name would imply, the bypass allows an attacker to modify the revocation list, thus allowing drivers to load that are otherwise banned. 

Moving on to the information disclosure bugs receiving fixes this month, and almost all of them simply result in info leaks consisting of unspecified memory contents. While this may be useful when chaining bugs for an exploit, they aren’t very interesting on their own. The lone exception this month is the info disclosure bug in the Azure Machine Learning component. An attacker could use this bug to read (but not modify) system logs. Instead of a patch, you will need to upgrade your instance of Azure Machine Learning Compute to address the vulnerability.

There are three spoofing-related fixes in the April release. The first is in SharePoint and was reported by ZDI vulnerability researcher Piotr Bazydło. The bug allows a low-privileged attacker with site creation permissions to perform an NTLM relay exploit on affected SharePoint servers. There’s no real information on what the spoofing bugs in Visual Studio and Windows could lead to, but Microsoft does note the Windows spoofing bug require a target user to open a specially-crafted HTML application (HTA) file designed to appear as a signed Windows Imaging Format (WIM) file.

Looking at the denial-of-service (DoS) fixes for April, most of these have no additional information or documentation from Microsoft. The bugs in the Windows Secure Channel only impact devices running TLS version 1.3. The bug in the Network Address Translation (NAT) service is limited to attacker traffic inside the NAT firewall. Finally, the DoS bug in Microsoft Defender may already be remediated on your systems as the Malware Protection Engine is updated frequently. However, if you are in an isolated environment, you will need to manually apply the fix. Also note that Microsoft says the patch also includes “defense-in-depth updates to help improve security-related features,” but doesn’t document what those changes may be.

Finally, there are three cross-site scripting (XSS) bugs in Dynamics 365, which breaks the streak of five XSS bugs in Dynamics seen in the last two months. That’s we call a combo breaker.

No new advisories were released this month.

Looking Ahead

The next Patch Tuesday will be on May 9, and we’ll return with details and patch analysis then. Be sure to catch the Patch Report webcast on our YouTube channel. It should be posted in just a few hours. Until then, stay safe, happy patching, and may all your reboots be smooth and clean!

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