Neon WebMail for Java JSP file upload
|neonwebmail-jsp-file-upload (29086)||Medium Risk|
Neon WebMail for Java could allow a remote attacker to upload .JSP files. A remote attacker could send a specially-crafted Java files as email attachments, which could allow the attacker to execute arbitrary code on the vulnerable Web server, once the malicious file is opened by the victim.
Upgrade to the latest version of Neon WebMail (version 5.08 or later), available from the Neon WebMail Web site. See References.
- NeoSys Ltd. Web site: Neon WebMail for Java. (This site is in a foreign language.)
- vuln.sg Vulnerability Research Advisory 2006-09-20 : Neon WebMail for Java Multiple Vulnerabilities.
- BID-20109: Neon WebMail For Java Multiple Input Validation Vulnerabilities
- CVE-2006-4951: Neon WebMail for Java before 5.08 allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary Java (JSP) code by sending an e-mail message with a JSP file attachment, which is stored under the web root with a predictable filename.
- OSVDB ID: 29136: Neon WebMail for Java File Attachment Arbitrary JSP Execution
- SA22029: Neon WebMail for Java Multiple Vulnerabilities
- NeoSys Neon WebMail for Java 5.06
- NeoSys Neon WebMail for Java 5.07
Sep 20, 2006
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