eUpload passwordtxt file could allow a remote attacker to overwrite files
|eupload-passwordtxt-overwrite-files (9733)||Medium Risk|
eUpload could allow a remote attacker to overwrite files. The file 'password.txt' contains usernames and passwords in plain text in the CGI directory. A remote attacker could access the 'password.txt' file using a Web browser, and login with any user's account to manipulate files on the vulnerable system.
No remedy available as of September 1, 2014.
- BugTraq Mailing List, Tue Jul 30 2002 - 18:16:44 CDT : Bug in Eupload .
- FTLS.org Web site: FTLS.org: Scripts CGI: - eUpload (Version 1.0).
- BID-5369: Frederic Tyndiuk Eupload Plain Text Password Storage Vulnerability
- CVE-2002-1449: eUpload 1.0 stores the password.txt password file in plaintext under the web document root, which allows remote attackers to overwrite arbitrary files by reading password.txt.
- OSVDB ID: 14492: eUpload Cleartext Password Disclosure
- FTLS (Tyndiuk Frédéric) eUpload 1.0
Jul 30, 2002
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