FSP Suite (File Service Protocol) "dot" directory traversal
|fspsuite-dot-directory-traversal (14154)||Medium Risk|
FSP Suite (File Service Protocol) could allow a remote attacker to traverse directories on the system. A remote attacker can send specially-crafted "dot" sequences (in the form of ./ or /.) to view files outside the FSP root directory.
Upgrade to the latest version of FSP Suite (2.8.1b18 or later), available from the FSP Suite Web page. See References.
For Debian GNU/Linux 3.0 (woody):
Upgrade to the latest fsp package (2.81.b3-3.1woody1 or later), as listed in DSA-416-1. See References.
For other distributions:
Contact your vendor for upgrade or patch information.
- CIAC Information Bulletin O-048: Debian fsp Buffer Overflow Vulnerability.
- FSP CVS ChangeLog Web page: Version 2.8.1b18 - 25 Nov 24 2003.
- FSP Suite Web page: File Service Protocol (FSP) Home Page.
- BID-9377: Debian FSP Vulnerabilities
- CVE-2003-1022: Directory traversal vulnerability in fsp before 2.81.b18 allows remote users to access files outside the FSP root directory.
- DSA-416: fsp -- buffer overflow
- OSVDB ID: 3346: FSP Directory Traversal Flaw
- Debian Debian Linux 3.0
- FSP Opensource Community FSP Suite prior to 2.8.1b18
Nov 24, 2003
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