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Vulnerability Assessment Details
downloads the source of CFM scripts
Detailed Explanation for this Vulnerability Assessment
The remote web application server is affected by multiple flaws.
The remote host is running JRun, a J2EE application server running on
top of IIS or Apache. There are multiple flaws in the remote version
of this software :
- The JSESSIONID variable is not implemented securely. A possible hacker may
use this flaw to guess the session id number of other users. Only
JRun 4.0 is affected.
- There is a code disclosure issue which may permit a possible hacker to obtain
the contents of a .cfm file by appending '
.cfm' to the file name.
Only the Microsoft IIS connector and JRun 4.0 are affected.
- There is a buffer overflow vulnerability if the server connector is
configured in 'verbose' mode. A possible hacker may exploit this flaw to
execute arbitrary code on the remote host.
See also :
Apply the appropriate patch / updater referenced in the vendor
Network Security Threat Level:
Medium / CVSS Base Score : 6
Networks Security ID: 11245, 11331, 11411, 11413, 11414
Vulnerability Assessment Copyright: This script is Copyright (C) 2004-2007 Tenable Network Security
|IBM Server System x3250 M3 Server Intel Xeon
|HP DL380p G8 16-Core Server 2x E5-2670 2.6GHz 192GB-16 SFF 8 Bay with 2x1TB HD
|Intel Xeon Processor E5-2673 V3 25MB cache, 3.3 GHz, 8 core, 768GB, scalable
|HP DL360 G7 1U (12-Core) - 2x Xeon X5650@ 2.67GHz 8GB PC3 No HDD P410i 2.5"+
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