Double Choco Latte "dot dot" directory traversal
|dcl-dotdot-directory-traversal (9743)||Low Risk|
Double Choco Latte could allow a remote attacker to traverse directories on the Web server. A vulnerability regarding the lack of validation of "dot dot" (/../) sequences could allow a remote attacker to send a specially-crafted URL containing "dot dot" (/../) sequences to view arbitrary files on the Web server.
Upgrade to the latest version of Double Choco Latte (20020706 or later), available from the Double Choco Latte Web page. See References.
- Double Choco Latte Web site: DCL 20020706 STABLE Is Out!.
- VulnWatch Mailing List, Sun Jul 14 2002 - 15:48:23 CDT: Double Choco Latte multiple vulnerabilities. (From Neohapsis archive)
- CVE-2002-1039: Directory traversal vulnerability in Double Choco Latte (DCL) before 20020706 allows remote attackers to read arbitrary files via .. (dot dot) sequences when downloading files from the Projects: Attachments feature.
- OSVDB ID: 5005: Double Choco Latte (DCL) Arbitrary File Access
- Michael L. Dean Double Choco Latte prior to 20020706
Jul 06, 2002
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