RSS   Vulnerabilities for 'Cobalt raq 2'   RSS

2002-08-12
 
CVE-2002-0430

 

 
MultiFileUploadHandler.php in the Sun Cobalt RaQ XTR administration interface allows local users to bypass authentication and overwrite arbitrary files via a symlink attack on a temporary file, followed by a request to MultiFileUpload.php.

 
2002-06-25
 
CVE-2002-0348

 

 
service.cgi in Cobalt RAQ 4 allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service, and possibly execute arbitrary code, via a long service argument.

 
 
CVE-2002-0347

 

 
Directory traversal vulnerability in Cobalt RAQ 4 allows remote attackers to read password-protected files, and possibly files outside the web root, via a .. (dot dot) in an HTTP request.

 
 
CVE-2002-0346

 

 
Cross-site scripting vulnerability in Cobalt RAQ 4 allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary script as other Cobalt users via Javascript in a URL to (1) service.cgi or (2) alert.cgi.

 
2000-05-24
 
CVE-2000-0442

 

 
Qpopper 2.53 and earlier allows local users to gain privileges via a formatting string in the From: header, which is processed by the euidl command.

 
2000-05-22
 
CVE-2000-0431

 

 
Cobalt RaQ2 and RaQ3 does not properly set the access permissions and ownership for files that are uploaded via FrontPage, which allows attackers to bypass cgiwrap and modify files.

 
2000-04-21
 
CVE-2000-0320

 

 
Qpopper 2.53 and 3.0 does not properly identify the \n string which identifies the end of message text, which allows a remote attacker to cause a denial of service or corrupt mailboxes via a message line that is 1023 characters long and ends in \n.

 
2000-03-31
 
CVE-2000-0234

 

 
The default configuration of Cobalt RaQ2 and RaQ3 as specified in access.conf allows remote attackers to view sensitive contents of a .htaccess file.

 
2000-01-30
 
CVE-2000-0117

 

 
The siteUserMod.cgi program in Cobalt RaQ2 servers allows any Site Administrator to modify passwords for other users, site administrators, and possibly admin (root).

 
1999-11-08
 
CVE-1999-1530

 

 
cgiwrap as used on Cobalt RaQ 2.0 and RaQ 3i does not properly identify the user for running certain scripts, which allows a malicious site administrator to view or modify data located at another virtual site on the same system.

 


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