Cisco Collaboration Server files information disclosure
|ccs-files-information-disclosure (56221)||Low Risk|
Cisco Collaboration Server (CCS) could allow a remote attacker to obtain sensitive information. By sending a specially-crafted URL request to multiple files, an attacker could obtain the source code of arbitrary scripts on the server.
No remedy available as of December 1, 2013.
- Cisco Web site: Collaboration Server.
- Offensive Security Exploit Database [02-11-2010]: Cisco Collaboration Server 5 XSS, Source Code Disclosure .
- BID-38202: Cisco Collaboration Server Source Code Disclosure Vulnerabilities
- CVE-2010-0642: Cisco Collaboration Server (CCS) 5 allows remote attackers to read the source code of JHTML files via URL encoded characters in the filename extension, as demonstrated by (1) changing .jhtml to %2Ejhtml, (2) changing .jhtml to .jhtm%6C, (3) appending %00 after .jhtml, and (4) appending %c0%80 after .jhtml, related to the (a) doc/docindex.jhtml, (b) browserId/wizardForm.jhtml, (c) webline/html/forms/callback.jhtml, (d) webline/html/forms/callbackICM.jhtml, (e) webline/html/agent/AgentFrame.jhtml, (f) webline/html/agent/default/badlogin.jhtml, (g) callme/callForm.jhtml, (h) webline/html/multichatui/nowDefunctWindow.jhtml, (i) browserId/wizard.jhtml, (j) admin/CiscoAdmin.jhtml, (k) msccallme/mscCallForm.jhtml, and (l) webline/html/admin/wcs/LoginPage.jhtml components.
- OSVDB ID: 62460: Cisco Collaboration Server (CCS) Multiple Method Remote JHTML Source Code Disclosure
- Cisco Collaboration Server 5.0
Feb 11, 2010
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