NetCache "config.http.tunnel.allow_ports" option default configuration allows remote users to tunnel to arbitrary ports
|netcache-tunnel-default-configuration (6807)||Medium Risk|
NetCache could allow a remote attacker to access any port on other systems connected to the device. By default, the 'config.http.tunnel.allow_ports' option is set to '+all'. This allows a remote attacker to tunnel to any port on a remote system that uses the NetCache appliance.
No remedy available as of May 1, 2013.
- BugTraq Mailing List, Thu Jul 05 2001 - 13:54:09 CDT: RE: Tunnel ports allowed on NetApp NetCaches.
- BID-2990: Network Appliance NetCache Tunnelling Configuration Vulnerability
- CVE-2001-1087: The default configuration of the config.http.tunnel.allow_ports option on NetCache devices is set to +all, which allows remote attackers to connect to arbitrary ports on remote systems behind the device.
- OSVDB ID: 14160: NetApp NetCache config.http.tunnel.allow_ports Option Arbitrary Port Connection Relay
- NetAPP NetCache C1100
- NetAPP NetCache C3100
- NetAPP NetCache C6100
- NetAPP NetCache C700
Jul 05, 2001
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