CesarFTP directory traversal
|cesarftp-directory-traversal (6606)||Low Risk|
CesarFTP could allow a remote attacker to traverse directories on the Web server. A remote attacker can send a URL containing modified "dot dot" sequences that use three dots instead of two followed by %5c/ ( such as /...%5c/) to break out of restricted directories and view any file on the Web server.
No remedy available as of February 1, 2014.
- BugTraq Mailing List, Sun May 27 2001 - 12:33:08 CDT: CesarFTP v0.98b triple dot Directory Traversal / Weak password encryption.
- BugTraq Mailing List, Tue Jan 13 2004 - 03:26:44 CST: exploit for HD Soft Windows FTP Server 1.6.
- BID-2786: CesarFTP Directory Traversal Vulnerability
- CVE-2001-1335: Directory traversal vulnerability in CesarFTP 0.98b and earlier allows remote authenticated users (such as anonymous) to read arbitrary files via a GET with a filename that contains a ...%5c (modified dot dot).
- OSVDB ID: 8982: CesarFTP GET Modified Triple Dot Arbitrary File Access
- ACLogic CesarFTP 0.98b
May 28, 2001
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