Apache mod_proxy_http information disclosure
|apache-modproxy-info-disclsoure (60883)||Low Risk|
Apache could allow a remote attacker to obtain sensitive information, caused by an error in mod_proxy_http when handling timeouts. An attacker could exploit this vulnerability to obtain information via server responses intended for another user.
Upgrade to the latest version of Apache (2.2.10 or later), available from the Apache Web site. See References.
- Apache Web site: important: Timeout detection flaw (mod_proxy_http) CVE-2010-2791.
- Oracle Web site: Oracle Critical Patch Update Advisory - April 2013.
- oss-security, 30 Jul 17:15: CVE-2010-2791: mod_proxy information leak affecting 2.2.9 only.
- BID-42102: Apache 'mod_proxy_http' 2.2.9 for Unix Timeout Handling Information Disclosure Vulnerability
- CVE-2010-2791: mod_proxy in httpd in Apache HTTP Server 2.2.9, when running on Unix, does not close the backend connection if a timeout occurs when reading a response from a persistent connection, which allows remote attackers to obtain a potentially sensitive response intended for a different client in opportunistic circumstances via a normal HTTP request. NOTE: this is the same issue as CVE-2010-2068, but for a different OS and set of affected versions.
- MDVSA-2010:153: apache
- RHSA-2010-0659: Moderate: httpd security and bug fix update
- Apache HTTP Server 2.2.9
- MandrakeSoft Mandrake Linux 2008.0 X86_64
- Mandriva Enterprise Server 5 X86_64
- Mandriva Enterprise Server 5
- Mandriva Linux 2009.0
- Mandriva Linux 2009.0 X86_64
- Oracle HTTP Server
- RedHat Enterprise Linux 5 Client Workstation
- RedHat Enterprise Linux 5 Client
- RedHat Enterprise Linux 5
Jul 30, 2010
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