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WebEOC vuln - more info
From: silentw <silentw () gmail com>
Date: Wed, 5 Apr 2006 11:41:38 +1000

Hi Guys,

 Doing a pen test I have come up with a WebEOC server. There are a few
vulns listed at:


specifically I am interested in :

"6) Sensitive information is exposed in URIs, stored in publicly
accessible configuration files, and in the HTML code returned to

7) A design error allows malicious users to access parts of the
application that they should not have access to by directly specifying
the URL."

however I have been unable to find out what these files are called.
Any information from people would be great. ESi have a demo on their
site, but it involves pretending to be interested in buying it and
talking to their sales guys.. so I figured I would ask here first.


parents will have to make sacrifices

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