AeroMail attachments could allow an attacker to obtain sensitive files
|aeromail-obtain-files (8345)||Medium Risk|
AeroMail could allow a remote attacker to obtain sensitive information about the Web server by specifying arbitrary files from the Web server's root directory as attachments to an email message. This information could be used to launch further attacks against the affected server.
Upgrade to the latest version of AeroMail (1.45 or later), available from the AeroMail Web page. See References.
- AeroMail Web site: the cushman network - aeromail.
- BugTraq Mailing List, Sun Mar 03 2002 - 14:26:05 CST: AeroMail multiple vulnerabilities.
- BID-4214: AeroMail Server File Disclosure Vulnerability
- CVE-2002-0410: send_message.php in AeroMail before 1.45 allows remote attackers to read arbitrary files on the server, instead of just uploaded files, via an attachment that modifies the filename to be uploaded.
- OSVDB ID: 14409: AeroMail send_message.php Malformed Attachment Arbitrary File Access
- Mark Cushman AeroMail prior to 1.45
Mar 03, 2002
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