Adobe Macromedia JRun encoded null character strings could be used to view .jsp source
|jrun-null-view-source (9459)||Medium Risk|
Macromedia JRun could allow a remote attacker to obtain sensitive information. A remote attacker could send a specially-crafted URL request for a known .jsp file appended with a character string containing Unicode encoded NULL byte characters to cause the source code of the file to be displayed instead of processed.
Apply the appropriate patch for your system, as listed in Macromedia Product Security Bulletin MPSB02-06. See References.
- Macromedia Product Security Bulletin MPSB02-06: Cumulative Security Patch available for JRun 3.0, 3.1 and 4.0.
- VulnWatch Mailing List, Mon Jul 01 2002 - 02:17:51 CDT: KPMG-2002026: Jrun sourcecode Disclosure. (From Neohapsis archive)
- BID-5134: Macromedia JRun Source Disclosure Vulnerabilities
- CVE-2002-1025: JRun 3.0 through 4.0 allows remote attackers to read JSP source code via an encoded null byte in an HTTP GET request, which causes the server to send the .JSP file unparsed.
- OSVDB ID: 5028: Macromedia JRun JSP Unicode Null Byte String Source Code Extraction
- Macromedia JRun 3.0
- Macromedia JRun 3.1
- Macromedia JRun 4.0
Jul 01, 2002
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