BadBlue triple "dot" directory traversal
|badblue-dotdotdot-directory-traversal (8295)||Medium Risk|
BadBlue could allow a remote attacker to traverse directories on the Web server. A remote attacker could send a specially-crafted URL request containing modified "dot dot" sequences that use three dots instead of two (/.../) to traverse directories and view arbitrary files outside of the Web root directory.
Note: This vulnerability also affects Deerfield.com's D2Gfx client version 1.0.2.
Upgrade to the latest version of BadBlue (1.6.1 Beta or later), available from the BadBlue Web site. See References.
- BadBlue Web site: Download BadBlue Personal Edition (PE).
- Deefield Web site: D2Gfx 1.0.2.
- Strumpf Noir Society Advisory - February 26, 2002: BadBlue Yet Another Directory Traversal.
- BID-4179: Working Resources BadBlue Triple-Dot-Slash Directory Traversal Vulnerability
- CVE-2002-0325: Directory traversal vulnerability in BadBlue before 1.6.1 allows remote attackers to read arbitrary files via a ... (modified dot dot) in the URL.
- OSVDB ID: 721: BadBlue Server Triple Dot Traversal Arbitrary File Access
- Deerfield.com D2Gfx 1.0.2
- Working Resources BadBlue Enterprise Edition 1.5.x
- Working Resources BadBlue Enterprise Edition 1.6 Beta
- Working Resources BadBlue Personal Edition 1.5.6 beta
- Working Resources BadBlue Personal Edition 1.6 Beta
Feb 26, 2002
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