IncrediMail stores attachments in a known directory
|incredimail-insecure-attachment-directory (8460)||Low Risk|
IncrediMail stores email attachments in a known directory. A remote attacker could use the information when planning further attacks.
No remedy available as of April 17, 2010.
- BugTraq Mailing List, Fri Mar 15 2002 - 11:33:21 CST: MSIE vulnerability exploitable with IncrediMail.
- IncrediMail Web site: IncrediMail - Email has finally evolved.
- BID-4297: IncrediMail Ltd. IncrediMail Known Attachment Location Vulnerability
- CVE-2002-0455: IncrediMail stores attachments in a directory with a fixed name, which could make it easier for attackers to exploit vulnerabilities in other software that rely on installing and reading files from directories with known pathnames.
- OSVDB ID: 14412: IncrediMail Stored Attachment Predictable Filename Weakness
- IncrediMail IncrediMail Xe B618 and prior
Mar 15, 2002
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