FtpXQ allows read/write permissions to the root directory by default
|ftpxq-default-permissions (7715)||High Risk|
FtpXQ creates a default username and password with read/write permissions on the root directory. By default, an anonymous user also has read/write permissions.
No remedy available as of February 1, 2014.
- BugTraq Mailing List, Tue Dec 18 2001 - 21:58:02 CST: FTPXQ default install read/write capabilities.
- BID-3716: DataWizard FtpXQ Privileged Default Account Permissions Vulnerability
- CVE-2001-1213: The default configuration of DataWizard FtpXQ 2.0 and 2.1 includes a default username and password, which allows remote attackers to read and write arbitrary files in the root folder.
- OSVDB ID: 14227: DataWizard FtpXQ Default Account
- DataWizard Technologies FtpXQ
Dec 18, 2001
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