CVE-2014-3684CVE-2014-3684

Affected configuration(s):

cpe:/a:adaptivecomputing:torque_resource_manager:4.2.3
cpe:/a:adaptivecomputing:torque_resource_manager:4.2.3.1
cpe:/a:adaptivecomputing:torque_resource_manager:4.2.4
cpe:/a:adaptivecomputing:torque_resource_manager:4.2.4.1
cpe:/a:adaptivecomputing:torque_resource_manager:4.2.5
cpe:/a:adaptivecomputing:torque_resource_manager:4.2.6
cpe:/a:adaptivecomputing:torque_resource_manager:4.2.6.1
cpe:/a:adaptivecomputing:torque_resource_manager:4.2.7
cpe:/a:adaptivecomputing:torque_resource_manager:4.2.8
cpe:/a:adaptivecomputing:torque_resource_manager:4.2.9
cpe:/a:adaptivecomputing:torque_resource_manager:5.0.0-1_43d8f09a

Date published: 2014-10-30T10:55:08.333-04:00

Date last modified: 2016-12-30T21:59:12.450-05:00

CVSS Score: 6.8

Principal attack vector: NETWORK

Complexity:  LOW

Reference URL: http://advisories.mageia.org/MGASA-2014-0408.html

Summary: The tm_adopt function in lib/Libifl/tm.c in Terascale Open-Source Resource and Queue Manager (aka TORQUE Resource Manager) 5.0.x, 4.5.x, 4.2.x, and earlier does not validate that the owner of the process also owns the adopted session id, which allows remote authenticated users to kill arbitrary processes via a crafted executable.

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