phpGroupWare stores passwords in plain text
|phpgroupware-plaintext-password (16970)||Medium Risk|
Joseph Engo's phpGroupWare stores admin and setup passwords in cookies as plain text. A remote attacker could use a sniffing tool to obtain this information and gain administrative access to the program.
Upgrade to the latest version of phpGroupWare (0.9.16.002 or later) available from the phpGroupWare Web site. See References.
- phpGroupWare Web site: phpGroupWare.
- BID-10895: PHPGroupWare Plaintext Cookie Authentication Credentials Information Disclosure Vulnerability
- CVE-2004-2578: phpGroupWare before 0.9.16.002 transmits the (1) header admin and (2) setup passwords in plaintext via cookies, which allows remote attackers to sniff passwords.
- OSVDB ID: 8354: phpGroupWare Admin/Setup Password Cleartext Cookie Storage
- Joseph Engo phpGroupWare prior to 0.9.16.002
Aug 12, 2004
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