Argent Office uses weak password encryption
|argent-office-weak-encryption (6954)||High Risk|
Argent Office provides weaker than expected security. Argent Office uses a weak password encryption algorithm that could allow an attacker to obtain administrator privileges.
No remedy available as of June 1, 2013.
- BugTraq Mailing List, Tue Aug 07 2001 - 07:35:52 CDT: Multiple vulnerabilities in Avaya Argent Office.
- BID-8975: Avaya Argent Office Weak TFTP Password Encryption Algorithm Weakness
- CVE-2001-1260: Avaya Argent Office uses weak encryption (trivial encoding) for passwords, which allows remote attackers to gain administrator privileges by sniffing and decrypting the sniffing the passwords during a system reboot.
- OSVDB ID: 14255: Avaya Argent Office Weak Password Encryption
- US-CERT VU#742115: Avaya Argent Office uses weak authentication for TFTP-based administrative control
- Avaya Argent Office
Aug 07, 2001
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