Meinberg NTP Time Server Security Updates
Date: 7 July 2016
This advisory is to bring attention to a recently released Meinberg NTP firmware update addressing multiple vulnerabilities.
A firmware update was released for Meinberg NTP Time Server to address multiple vulnerabilities (high). Exploitation of these vulnerabilities may permit a malicious attacker to write to unspecified scripts with root user privilege, which can allow for the unauthorized disclosure and/or modification of sensitive data.
CVE References: CVE-2016-3962, CVE-2016-3988, CVE-2016-3989
- IMS-LANTIME M3000 versions 6.0 and earlier
- IMS-LANTIME M1000 versions 6.0 and earlier
- IMS-LANTIME M500 versions 6.0 and earlier
- LANTIME M900 versions 6.0 and earlier
- LANTIME M600 versions 6.0 and earlier
- LANTIME M400 versions 6.0 and earlier
- LANTIME M300 versions 6.0 and earlier
- LANTIME M200 versions 6.0 and earlier
- LANTIME M100 versions 6.0 and earlier
- LCES versions 6.0 and earlier
- SyncFire 1100 versions 6.0 and earlier
CCIRC recommends that system administrators test and deploy the vendor-released updates to affected applications accordingly.
Meinberg Security Advisory:
Meinberg Firmware Updates:
ICS-CERT Advisory (ICSA-16-175-03):
NIST Vulnerability Database:
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