BadBlue malformed request could disclose directory contents
|badblue-directory-contents-disclosure (9239)||Low Risk|
BadBlue could allow a remote attacker to obtain arbitrary directory contents. A remote attacker could send a specially-crafted URL request appended with the Unicode equivalent of the percent character (%) to cause the Web server to display the contents of the requested directory.
Upgrade to the latest version of BadBlue Personal Edition (1.7.1 or later), available from the BadBlue Web site. See References.
- BadBlue Web site: Download BadBlue Personal Edition (PE).
- BugTraq Mailing List, Sat Jun 01 2002 - 23:33:38 CDT: BadBlue Web Server v1.7.0 Directory Contents Disclosure.
- BID-4912: Working Resources BadBlue Directory Contents Disclosure Vulnerability
- CVE-2002-0800: BadBlue 1.7.0 allows remote attackers to list the contents of directories via a URL with an encoded '%' character at the end.
- OSVDB ID: 8609: BadBlue Encoded URL Request Arbitrary Directory Listing
- Working Resources BadBlue Personal Edition 1.7.0 and prior
Jun 02, 2002
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