Jigsaw /aux request could disclose path to Web root directory
|jigsaw-aux-path-disclosure (9586)||Low Risk|
Jigsaw could allow a remote attacker to obtain the path to the Web root directory. If a remote attacker sends two requests for /aux, the attacker would cause an error message to be returned that would contain the full path to the Web root directory. An attacker can then use this information to prepare for further attacks against the affected Web server.
Upgrade to the latest version of Jigsaw (2.2.1 Build 20020711 or later), available from the Jigsaw Web page. See References.
- BugTraq Mailing List, Wed Jul 17 2002 - 04:27:35 CDT: KPMG-2002031: Jigsaw Webserver Path Disclosure .
- Jigsaw Web site: Index of 20020711.
- Jigsaw Web site: Jigsaw Overview.
- BID-5251: W3C Jigsaw Device Name Path Disclosure Vulnerability
- BID-5258: W3C Jigsaw DOS Device Thread Exhaustion Denial Of Service Vulnerability
- CVE-2002-1052: Jigsaw 2.2.1 on Windows systems allows remote attackers to use MS-DOS device names in HTTP requests to (1) cause a denial of service using the con device, or (2) obtain the physical path of the server using two requests to the aux device.
- W3C Jigsaw 2.2.1
Jul 17, 2002
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