Buffer overflow in Huawei VP9660, VP9650, and VP9630 multipoint control unit devices with software before V500R002C00SPC200 and RSE6500 videoconference devices with software before V500R002C00SPC100, when an unspecified service is enabled, allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via a crafted packet, aka HWPSIRT-2016-05054.
* Huawei Rse6500 Firmware V100r001c00
* Huawei Vp9600 Series Firmware V200r001c01
* Huawei Vp9600 Series Firmware V200r001c02
* Huawei Vp9600 Series Firmware V200r001c30
The VP9660, VP9650, and VP9630 are Multipoint Control Units (MCUs). As the core devices in videoconferencing systems, they provide endpoint access and conferencing functions. The three devices use the same software, namely, HUAWEI VP9660.
The RSE6500 is a multimedia video conferencing server with support for conference recording, live streaming, and on-demand streaming.
Some Huawei videoconference products have a buffer overflow vulnerability. An attacker may send malformed packets to the devices, causing buffer overflow and the execution of arbitrary code. (Vulnerability ID: HWPSIRT-2016-05054)
This vulnerability has been assigned Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) ID: CVE-2016-5234.