IPC@CHIPtelnet allows remote attacker to verify valid accounts
|ipcchip-telnet-verify-account (6595)||Low Risk|
IPC@CHIP could allow a remote attacker to verify valid accounts on the Web server. A remote attacker using Telnet can verify if an account exists by trying to log in. If the attacker receives a prompt for the password, then the attacker is able to verify that the account exists. An attacker can use this vulnerability to compromise the system.
No remedy available as of July 1, 2014.
- BugTraq Mailing List, Thu May 24 2001 - 10:10:40 CDT: IPC@Chip Security.
- Sentry Research Labs: IPC@CHIP Security Report v0.2.
- BID-2773: Beck IPC GmbH IPC@CHIP TelnetD Account Enumeration Vulnerability
- CVE-2001-1338: Beck IPC GmbH IPC@CHIP TelnetD server generates different responses when given valid and invalid login names, which allows remote attackers to determine accounts on the system.
- OSVDB ID: 14267: BecK IPC GmbH IPC@Chip TelnetD Server Error Message Account Enumeration
- US-CERT VU#198979: Beck GmbH IPC@Chip TelnetD vulnerable to brute-force password attack
- Beck IPC GmbH IPC@CHIP
May 21, 2001
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