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Acme.Serve 1.7, as used in Cisco Secure ACS Unix and possibly other products, allows remote attackers to read arbitrary files by prepending several / (slash) characters to the URI.
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thttpd before 2.25b-r6 in Gentoo Linux is started from the system root directory (/) by the Gentoo baselayout 1.12.6 package, which allows remote attackers to read arbitrary files.
thttpd on Debian GNU/Linux, and possibly other distributions, allows local users to create or touch arbitrary files via a symlink attack on the start_thttpd temporary file.
Multiple buffer overflows in htpasswd, as used in Acme thttpd 2.25b, and possibly other products such as Apache, might allow local users to gain privileges via (1) a long command line argument and (2) a long line in a file. NOTE: since htpasswd is n...
htpasswd, as used in Acme thttpd 2.25b and possibly other products such as Apache, might allow local users to gain privileges via shell metacharacters in a command line argument, which is used in a call to the system function. NOTE: since htpasswd i...
Cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability in cal_make.pl in ACME PerlCal 2.99.20 allows remote attackers to inject arbitrary web script or HTML via the p0 parameter.
syslogtocern in Acme thttpd before 2.23 allows local users to write arbitrary files via a symlink attack on a temporary file.
Multiple directory traversal vulnerabilities in thttpd 2.07 beta 0.4, when running on Windows, allow remote attackers to read arbitrary files via a URL that contains (1) a hex-encoded backslash dot-dot sequence ("%5C..") or (2) a drive letter (such a...
Buffer overflow in defang in libhttpd.c for thttpd 2.21 to 2.23b1 allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via requests that contain '<' or '>' characters, which trigger the overflow when the characters are expanded to "<" and ">" sequ...
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