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War FTP Daemon CWD/MKD Buffer Overflow

Vulnerability Assessment Summary
War FTP Daemon CWD/MKD Buffer Overflow

Detailed Explanation for this Vulnerability Assessment

The version of the War FTP Daemon running on this host is vulnerable to a
buffer overflow attack. This is due to improper bounds checking within the
code that handles both the CWD and MKD commands. By exploiting this
vulnerability, it is possible to crash the server, and potentially run
arbitrary commands on this system.

Solution:
Visit the following link and download the latest version of WarFTPd:

ftp://ftp.jgaa.com/pub/products/Windows/WarFtpDaemon/

Risk factor: High

Networks Security ID: 966

Vulnerability Assessment Copyright: This script is Copyright (C) 2003 Digital Defense, Inc.

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