E-Post Mail Server POP3 information disclosure
|epost-pop3-information-disclosure (42035)||Low Risk|
E-Post Mail Server could allow a remote attacker to obtain sensitive information, caused by an error in the POP3 service. By sending specially-crafted APOP commands, an attacker with knowledge of the victim's account name could exploit this vulnerability to obtain the POP3 password and other sensitive information.
Apply the patch for this vulnerability (EPSTPOP3S.EXE version 4.23), available from the E-Post Mail Server Web site. See References.
- E-Post Mail Server Web site: E-Post Mail Server.
- vuln.sg Vulnerability Research Advisory 2008-04-27: E-Post Mail Server APOP Password Disclosure Vulnerability.
- BID-28951: E-Post MailServer Remote Information Disclosure Vulnerability
- CVE-2008-2049: The POP3 server (EPSTPOP3S.EXE) 4.22 in E-Post Mail Server 4.10 allows remote attackers to obtain sensitive information via multiple crafted APOP commands for a known POP3 account, which displays the password in a POP3 error message.
- OSVDB ID: 44653: E-Post Mail Server EPSTPOP3S.EXE Crafted APOP Command Remote Password Disclosure
- SA29990: E-Post Mail Server POP3 Password Disclosure Vulnerability
- SECTRACK ID: 1019930: E-Post Mail Server Bug Lets Remote Users Obtain POP3 User Passwords
- e-Post E-Post Mail Server Enterprise 4.10
- e-Post E-Post Mail Server Standard 4.10 with EPSTPOP3S.EXE 4.22
Apr 27, 2008
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