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Re: [Full-disclosure] Oracle Containers For Java Directory Traversal (OC4J) Oracle Application Server 10g (10.1.3.1.0) Oracle HTTP Server
Eduardo Vela wrote:
> Probably one of this are the vulnerabilty descriptions of the bugs:
Looks to be an exact match with
Note that although initially reported as a Tomcat vulnerability, the root cause
is a JVM bug.
> If it's the same issue, Oracle didn't contacted me to notify me about it..
> if it is that bug, then it could be fixed via:
> or in that case
> -- Eduardo
> On Mon, Jan 19, 2009 at 10:56 PM, Eduardo Vela <sirdarckcat@xxxxxxxxx>wrote:
>> Server Version Info: Oracle-Application-Server-10g/10.1.3.1.0
>> PoC: http://OC4J/web-app/foobar/%c0%ae%c0%ae/WEB-INF/web.xml
>> Related: http://cve.mitre.org/cgi-bin/cvename.cgi?name=CVE-2008-2938
>> Explaination: The "%c0%ae%c0%ae" is interpreted as: ".." because on
>> Java's side: "%c0%ae" is interpreted as: "\uC0AE" that get's casted to
>> an ASCII-LOW char, that is: ".".
>> You can read dangerous configuration information including passwords,
>> users, paths, etc..
>> Discovered: 8/16/08
>> Vendor contacted: 8/16/08
>> Vendor response: 8/18/08
>> Vendor reproduced the issue: 9/10/08
>> Vendor last contact: 9/30/08
>> Public Disclosure: 1/19/09
>> Oracle security bug id: 7391479
>> For more information contact Oracle Security Team: secalert_us@xxxxxxxxxx
>> I really wanted to give a link to a patch, but I think it's better if
>> this is known by sysadmins so they can filter this using an IDS.
>> -- Eduardo
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