Meridian Prolog Manager password disclosure
|prologmanager-password-disclosure (38996)||Low Risk|
Meridian Prolog Manager could allow a remote attacker to obtain sensitive information, caused by weak encryption when passing usernames and passwords. A remote attacker could use a sniffing tool once the username and password are transmitted to obtain this information and gain unauthorized access to the vulnerable system.
No remedy available as of December 1, 2013.
- BugTraq Mailing List, Tue Dec 11 2007 - 15:42:59 CST : Meridian Prolog Manager Username and Plain Text Password Disclosure.
- Meridian Web site: Prolog Manager.
- BID-26826: Prolog Manager Insecure Encryption Username and Password Information Disclosure Vulnerability
- CVE-2007-6330: Meridian Prolog Manager 2007, and 7.5 and earlier, sends all usernames and passwords to the client in a (1) cleartext or (2) weakly encrypted format to support client-side login authentication, which makes it easier for remote attackers to obtain database access by capturing credentials via a man-in-the-middle attack.
- OSVDB ID: 42634: Meridian Prolog Manager Cleartext Password Disclosure
- SA28065: Meridian Prolog Manager Password Brute Force Weakness
- US-CERT VU#120593: Meridian Prolog Manager uses weak authentication to store and transmit user credentials
- Meridian Systems Prolog Manager 2007
- Meridian Systems Prolog Manager 7.5 and prior
Dec 11, 2007
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