2018-02-20 20:29:00 2018-03-18 12:05:58

In Knox SDS IAM (Identity Access Management) and EMM (Enterprise Mobility Management) 16.11 on Samsung mobile devices, a man-in-the-middle attacker can install any application into the Knox container (without the user's knowledge) by inspecting network traffic from a Samsung server and injecting content at a certain point in the update sequence. This installed application can further leak information stored inside the Knox container to the outside world.













Improper Neutralization of Special Elements in Output Used by a Downstream Component ('Injection') (ID 74)

Related CAPEC 38 Buffer Overflow via Environment Variables (CAPEC-ID 10) Server Side Include (SSI) Injection (CAPEC-ID 101) Cross Site Scripting through Log Files (CAPEC-ID 106) Command Line Execution through SQL Injection (CAPEC-ID 108) Subverting Environment Variable Values (CAPEC-ID 13) Format String Injection (CAPEC-ID 135) Client-side Injection-induced Buffer Overflow (CAPEC-ID 14) Filter Failure through Buffer Overflow (CAPEC-ID 24) XML Injection (CAPEC-ID 250) Leverage Alternate Encoding (CAPEC-ID 267) HTTP Response Smuggling (CAPEC-ID 273) Fuzzing (CAPEC-ID 28) Using Leading 'Ghost' Character Sequences to Bypass Input Filters (CAPEC-ID 3) HTTP Response Splitting (CAPEC-ID 34) Manipulating Writeable Terminal Devices (CAPEC-ID 40) MIME Conversion (CAPEC-ID 42) Exploiting Multiple Input Interpretation Layers (CAPEC-ID 43) Buffer Overflow via Symbolic Links (CAPEC-ID 45) Overflow Variables and Tags (CAPEC-ID 46) Buffer Overflow via Parameter Expansion (CAPEC-ID 47) Poison Web Service Registry (CAPEC-ID 51) Embedding NULL Bytes (CAPEC-ID 52) Postfix, Null Terminate, and Backslash (CAPEC-ID 53) Using Slashes and URL Encoding Combined to Bypass Validation Logic (CAPEC-ID 64) SQL Injection (CAPEC-ID 66) String Format Overflow in syslog() (CAPEC-ID 67) Blind SQL Injection (CAPEC-ID 7) Using Unicode Encoding to Bypass Validation Logic (CAPEC-ID 71) URL Encoding (CAPEC-ID 72) Manipulating Input to File System Calls (CAPEC-ID 76) Using Escaped Slashes in Alternate Encoding (CAPEC-ID 78) Using Slashes in Alternate Encoding (CAPEC-ID 79) Buffer Overflow in an API Call (CAPEC-ID 8) Using UTF-8 Encoding to Bypass Validation Logic (CAPEC-ID 80) XPath Injection (CAPEC-ID 83) XQuery Injection (CAPEC-ID 84) Buffer Overflow in Local Command-Line Utilities (CAPEC-ID 9) XSS in IMG Tags (CAPEC-ID 91)