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KPMG-2002033: Resin DOS device path disclosure
From: full-disclosure () lists netsys com (Peter Gründl)
Date: Wed, 17 Jul 2002 11:34:02 +0200

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Title: Resin DOS device path disclosure

BUG-ID: 2002033
Released: 17th Jul 2002
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Problem:
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It is possible to disclose the physical path to the webroot. This
information could be useful to a malicious user wishing to gain
illegal access to resources on the server.


Vulnerable:
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- Resin 2.1.1 on Windows 2000 Server
- Resin 2.1.2 on Windows 2000 Server


Not Vulnerable:
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- Resin 2.1.s020711 on Windows 2000 Server


Details:
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Requesting certain DOS devices, such as lpt9.xtp, results in an error
message that contains the physical path to the web root.

500 Servlet Exception
java.io.FileNotFoundException: C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator
\Desktop\resin-2.1.1\resin-2.1.1\doc\aux.xtp
(Access is denied)


Vendor URL:
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You can visit the vendor webpage here: http://www.caucho.com


Vendor response:
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The vendor was notified on the 22nd of May, 2002. On the 12th of
July we verified that the problem was corrected in the latest build
(s020711).


Corrective action:
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Upgrade to a newer version. This issue was first resolved in build
s020711, available here: http://www.caucho.com/download/index.xtp


Author: Peter Gründl (pgrundl () kpmg dk)

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