|Category:||Web application abuses|
|Title:||Unify eWave ServletExec 3.0C file upload|
|Summary:||ServletExec has a servlet called 'UploadServlet' in its server;side classes. UploadServlet, when invokable, allows an;attacker to upload any file to any directory on the server. The;uploaded file may have code that can later be executed on the;server, leading to remote command execution.|
ServletExec has a servlet called 'UploadServlet' in its server
side classes. UploadServlet, when invokable, allows an
attacker to upload any file to any directory on the server. The
uploaded file may have code that can later be executed on the
server, leading to remote command execution.
No known solution was made available for at least one year since
the disclosure of this vulnerability. Likely none will be provided anymore. General solution options
are to upgrade to a newer release, disable respective features, remove the product or replace the
product by another one.
BugTraq ID: 1876|
Common Vulnerability Exposure (CVE) ID: CVE-2000-1024
Bugtraq: 20001101 Unify eWave ServletExec upload (Google Search)
XForce ISS Database: ewave-servletexec-file-upload(5450)
|Copyright||This script is Copyright (C) 2000 Matt Moore|
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