source: http://www.securityfocus.com/bid/5309/info The Microsoft SQL Server 2000 sp_MScopyscript stored procedure does not sufficiently validate input before passing it to the xp_cmdshell extended stored procedure. An attacker with the ability to execute a query or pass malicious input to a query may be able to execute operating system commands via xp_cmdshell with the privileges of the SQL Server. The sp_MScopyscript stored procedure may be executed by the 'public' role by default, so it is possible that a database user with privileges may potentially exploit this issue. The Microsoft SQL Server must be configured to function as a distributor for this issue to be exploited. Certain other conditions must be satisfied for exploitation to succeed, such as the SQL Server running in the context of a domain user. By supplying a malformed @scriptfile parameter an attacker can run arbitrary commands: use master declare @cmd nvarchar(4000) exec sp_MScopyscriptfile N'c:\autoexec.bat" c:\cp.txt&echo hello > c:\ccc.bbb & echo "hello',@cmd OUTPUT print @cmd The above query will copy the autoexec.bat file to cp.txt but also echo hello to a file called ccc.bbb.
Related ExploitsTrying to match CVEs (1): CVE-2002-0982
Trying to match OSVDBs (1): 10133
Other Possible E-DB Search Terms: Microsoft SQL Server 2000, Microsoft SQL Server