TWiki CGI session files code execution
|twiki-cgisession-code-execution (32389)||High Risk|
TWiki could allow an attacker to execute arbitrary code on the system, caused by insecure permissions in the global/tmp directory. By creating a specially-crafted CGI session file in the directory, a remote or local attacker could exploit this vulnerability to execute arbitrary Perl code with the privileges of the Web server process.
Refer to TWiki Security Alert-CVE-2007-0669 for suggested patch, upgrade, or workaround information. See References.
Refer to OpenPKG Security Advisory OpenPKG-SA-2007.009 for patch, upgrade, or suggested workaround information. See References.
- TWiki SecurityAlert-CVE-2007-0669: Security Alert: Arbitrary code execution in session files (CVE-2007-0669) .
- TWiki Web site: TWikiTM - A Web Based Collaboration Platform.
- BID-22378: TWiki CGI Session File Code Execution Vulnerability
- CVE-2007-0669: Unspecified vulnerability in Twiki 4.0.0 through 4.1.0 allows local users to execute arbitrary Perl code via unknown vectors related to CGI session files.
- OpenPKG-SA-2007.009: twiki
- OSVDB ID: 33168: TWiki CGI Session File Arbitrary Perl Code Execution
- SA24091: TWiki CGI Session File Unspecified Perl Code Execution
- US-CERT VU#584436: TWiki vulnerable to arbitrary code execution via CGI session files
- VUPEN/ADV-2007-0544: TWiki CGI Session Files Handling Unspecified Arbitrary Perl Code Injection Vulnerability
- OpenPKG OpenPKG 2-STABLE
- OpenPKG OpenPKG CURRENT
- TWiki TWiki 4.0.0
- TWiki TWiki 4.0.1
- TWiki TWiki 4.0.2
- TWiki TWiki 4.0.3
- TWiki TWiki 4.0.4
- TWiki TWiki 4.0.5
- TWiki TWiki 4.1.0
- TWiki TWiki SessionPlugin 1.x
- TWiki TWiki SessionPlugin 2.x
Feb 08, 2007
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