SqWebMail login error information disclosure
|sqwebmail-login-info-disclosure (15058)||Low Risk|
SqWebMail could allow a remote attacker to determine valid passwords. SqWebMail displays different error messages for valid and invalid passwords. If a remote attacker determines a valid password, the attacker could use brute force methods to determine the username and gain unauthorized access to the SqWebMail account.
No remedy available as of April 1, 2014.
- BugTraq Mailing List, 2004-02-03 14:40:24: Re: sqwebmail web login.
- BugTraq Mailing List, Sat Jan 31 2004 - 03:54:12 CST : sqwebmail web login.
- BID-9541: SqWebMail Authentication Response Information Leakage Weakness
- CVE-2004-0243: AIX 4.3.3 through AIX 5.1, when direct remote login is disabled, displays a different message if the password is correct, which allows remote attackers to guess the password via brute force methods.
- CVE-2004-2313: Inter7 SqWebMail 3.4.1 through 3.6.1 generates different error messages for incorrect passwords versus correct passwords on non-mail-enabled accounts (such as root), which allows remote attackers to guess the root password via brute force attacks.
- OSVDB ID: 19833: SqWebMail Error Message Account Enumeration
- Inter7 SqWebMail
Jan 31, 2004
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