NeatUpload partial response information disclosure
|neatupload-response-information-disclosure (33785)||Low Risk|
NeatUpload could allow a remote attacker to obtain sensitive information, caused by a race condition that can occur when sending multiple responses. By sending multiple simultaneous requests, a remote attacker could exploit this vulnerability to receive partial responses of another user.
Upgrade to the latest version of NeatUpload (1.2.17 or later), available from the Brettle Web site. See References.
- Brettle Web site: NeatUpload-1.2.17 released.
- BugTraq Mailing List, Fri Apr 20 2007 - 01:40:38 CDT : NeatUpload vulnerability and fix.
- BID-23578: NeatUpload HTTPWorkerRequest.FlushResponse Information Disclosure Vulnerability
- CVE-2007-2197: Race condition in the NeatUpload ASP.NET component 1.2.11 through 1.2.16, 1.1.18 through 1.1.23, and trunk.379 through trunk.445 allows remote attackers to obtain other clients' HTTP responses via multiple simultaneous requests, which triggers multiple calls to HttpWorkerRequest.FlushResponse for the same HttpWorkerRequest object and causes a buffer to be reused for a different request.
- OSVDB ID: 35234: NeatUpload ASP.NET Response Handling Race Condition Cross Session Information Disclosure
- SA25003: NeatUpload Response Handling Race Condition Information Disclosure
- Brettle NeatUpload 1.1.18-1.1.23
- Brettle NeatUpload 1.2.11-1.2.16
- Brettle NeatUpload trunk.379-trunk.445
Apr 20, 2007
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