SynopsisThe remote host contains a multimedia application that has multiple vulnerabilities.
DescriptionThe version of Apple iTunes on the remote host is prior to version 11.1.4. It is, therefore, affected by multiple vulnerabilities :
- The included versions of the WebKit, libxml, and libxslt components in iTunes contain several errors that can lead to memory corruption and arbitrary code execution.
The vendor states that one possible vector is a man-in- the-middle attack while the application browses the 'iTunes Store'. Please note that these vulnerabilities only affect the application when it is running on a Windows host. (CVE-2011-3102, CVE-2012-0841, CVE-2012-2807, CVE-2012-2825, CVE-2012-2870, CVE-2012-2871, CVE-2012-5134, CVE-2013-1037, CVE-2013-1038, CVE-2013-1039, CVE-2013-1040, CVE-2013-1041, CVE-2013-1042, CVE-2013-1043, CVE-2013-1044, CVE-2013-1045, CVE-2013-1046, CVE-2013-1047, CVE-2013-2842, CVE-2013-5125, CVE-2013-5126, CVE-2013-5127, CVE-2013-5128)
- An uninitialized memory access error exists in the handling of text tracks. By using a specially crafted movie file, a remote attacker can exploit this to cause a denial of service or execute arbitrary code.
- An error exists related to the iTunes Tutorials window that can allow an attacker in a privileged network location to inject content. Note that this vulnerability only affects the application installed on a Mac OS X host. (CVE-2014-1242)
SolutionUpgrade to Apple iTunes 11.1.4 or later.