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Lyris ListManager 8.8 through 8.9b allows remote attackers to obtain sensitive information by causing errors in TML scripts, such as via direct requests, which leaks the installation path, SQL queries, or product code in diagnostic messages.
Lyris ListManager 8.5, and possibly other versions before 8.8, includes sensitive information in the env hidden variable, which allows remote attackers to obtain information such as the installation path by requesting a non-existent page and reading the env variable from the resulting error message page.
The TCLHTTPd service in Lyris ListManager before 8.9b allows remote attackers to obtain source code for arbitrary .tml (TCL) files via (1) a request with a trailing null byte (%00), which might also require (2) an authentication bypass step that involves a username with a trailing "@" characters.
Lyris ListManager before 8.9b allows remote attackers to obtain sensitive information via a request to the TCLHTTPd status module, which provides sensitive server configuration information.
The MSDE version of Lyris ListManager 5.0 through 8.9b configures the sa account in the database to use a password with a small search space ("lyris" and up to 5 digits, possibly from the process ID), which allows remote attackers to gain access via a brute force attack.
The web interface for subscribing new users in Lyris ListManager 5.0 through 8.8b, in combination with a line wrap feature, allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary list administration commands via LFCR (%0A%0D) sequences in the pw parameter. NOTE: it is not clear whether this is a variant of a CRLF injection vulnerability.
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