Remedy Action Request System login information disclosure
|rars-login-information-disclosure (31527)||Low Risk|
Remedy Action Request System could allow a remote attacker to obtain sensitive information. The application returns different error messages depending on whether a valid username or password have been entered during a login attempt. An attacker could use this information to enumerate valid usernames and perform dictionary or brute force attacks to gain access to the application.
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- BMC Software: Support Central.
- BugTraq Mailing List, Mon Jan 15 2007 - 10:57:25 CST : Remedy Action Request System 5.01.02 - User Enumeration.
- Remedy Action Request System Web site: BMC Remedy Action Request System.
- BID-22066: Remedy Action Request System Username Enumeration Vulnerability
- CVE-2007-0310: BMC Remedy Action Request System 5.01.02 Patch 1267 generates different error messages for failed login attempts with a valid username than for those with an invalid username, which allows remote attackers to determine valid account names.
- OSVDB ID: 31658: Remedy Action Request System User Enumeration Weakness
- SA23775: Remedy Action Request System User Enumeration Weakness
- SECTRACK ID: 1017515: Remedy Action Request System Discloses Username Validity to Remote Users
- BMC Remedy Action Request System 5.01.02
Jan 15, 2007
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