Sun Secure Global Desktop unspecified scripts information disclosure
|sun-ssgd-script-information-disclosure (29076)||Low Risk|
Sun Secure Global Desktop (SSGD) could allow a remote attacker to obtain sensitive information. An attacker could send a specially-crafted URL request to unspecified scripts to obtain sensitive information. An attacker could use this information to launch further attacks against the affected system.
Upgrade to the latest version of Sun Secure Global Desktop (4.2 build 4.20.983 or later), available from the Sun Web site. See References.
- Full-Disclosure Mailing List, Thu Sep 21 2006 - 03:19:35 CDT: [scip_Advisory 2555] Sun Secure Global Desktop prior 4.3 multiple remote vulnerabilities.
- Sun Secure Global Desktop Web site: Sun Secure Global Desktop Software 4.2.
- BID-20135: Sun Secure Global Desktop Unspecified Multiple Input Validation Vulnerabilities
- CVE-2006-4959: Sun Secure Global Desktop (SSGD, aka Tarantella) before 4.3 allows remote attackers to obtain sensitive information, including hostnames, versions, and settings details, via unspecified vectors, possibly involving (1) taarchives.cgi, (2) ttaAuthentication.jsp, (3) ttalicense.cgi, (4) ttawlogin.cgi, (5) ttawebtop.cgi, (6) ttaabout.cgi, or (7) test-cgi. NOTE: This information is based upon a vague initial disclosure. Details will be updated as they become available.
- SA22037: Sun Secure Global Desktop Cross-Site Scripting Vulnerabilities
- SECTRACK ID: 1016900: Sun Secure Global Desktop Input Validation Holes Permit Cross-Site Scripting Attacks and Disclose System Information to Remote Users
- FedoraProject Fedora Core 1
- FedoraProject Fedora Core 2
- FedoraProject Fedora Core 3
- RedHat Enterprise Linux 2.1
- RedHat Enterprise Linux 3
- RedHat Enterprise Linux 4
- Sun Secure Global Desktop 3.42 Enterprise
- Sun Secure Global Desktop 4.0 Enterprise
- Sun Solaris 10 SPARC
- Sun Solaris 10 x86
- Sun Solaris 8 SPARC
- Sun Solaris 9 SPARC
- SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 8
- SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 9
Sep 21, 2006
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