httpdx HTTP requests information disclosure
|httpdx-http-information-disclosure (53733)||Low Risk|
httpdx could allow a remote attacker to obtain sensitive information, caused by an error when handling HTTP requests. By sending a direct HTTP request with "." appended to a URI, a remote attacker could exploit this vulnerability to obtain source code and other sensitive information.
Upgrade to the latest version of httpdx (1.4.6b or later), available from the Sourceforge.net Web site. See References.
- Dr_IDE's Blogger: httpdx 1.4.4 Remote Arbitrary Source Disclosure .
- Sourceforge.net Web site: httpdx - ultralight http/ftp server.
- CVE-2009-4531: httpdx 1.4.4 and earlier allows remote attackers to obtain the source code for a web page by appending a . (dot) character to the URI.
- OSVDB ID: 58857: httpdx URL Trailing Dot Request Source Disclosure
- SA37013: httpdx Source Code Disclosure Vulnerability
- Jasper httpdx 1.4.4
Oct 09, 2009
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