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Vulnerability Assessment Details

TFTP file detection (HP Ignite-UX passwd)

Vulnerability Assessment Summary
Acertains if the remote host has sensitive files exposed via TFTP (HP Ignite-UX passwd)

Detailed Explanation for this Vulnerability Assessment

The remote host has a vulnerable version of the HP Ignite-UX application installed
that exposes the /etc/passwd file to anonymous TFTP access.

Solution: Upgrade to a version of the Ignite-UX application that does not exhibit this
behaviour. If it is not required, disable or uninstall the TFTP server.
Otherwise restrict access to trusted sources only.

See also : http://www.corsaire.com/advisories/c041123-001.txt

Risk factor: High

Networks Security ID: 14568

Vulnerability Assessment Copyright: This NASL script is Copyright 2005 Corsaire Limited.

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