Falcon Web Server could allow an attacker to access password protected files
|falcon-protected-file-access (9179)||Medium Risk|
Falcon Web Server could allow a remote attacker to bypass protection and access protected files. If a remote attacker adds a dot to the protected folder name prior to the forward slash character (./), the attacker could bypass authentication and gain access to any known password protected file.
No remedy available as of August 1, 2014.
- BlueFace Web site: Products.
- SecurityOffice Advisory - May 27, 2002: Falcon Web Server Unauthorized File Disclosure Vulnerability.
- BID-4833: BlueFace Falcon Web Server File Disclosure Vulnerability
- CVE-2002-0899: Falcon web server 126.96.36.1991 and earlier allows remote attackers to bypass access restrictions for protected files via a URL whose directory portion ends in a . (dot).
- OSVDB ID: 14448: Falcon Web Server Malformed URL Restricted File Access
- BlueFace Falcon Web Server 188.8.131.521
- BlueFace Falcon Web Server 184.108.40.2061 SSL
May 27, 2002
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