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OSI Security: LANSA aXes Web Terminal (TN5250) Cross-Site Scripting Vulnerability
LANSA aXes Web Terminal (TN5250) Cross-Site Scripting Vulnerability
LANSA - aXes
"Transform your 5250 applications into GUI browser-based applications
automatically – without changing any lines of your source code. Work with
IBM i, System i, iSeries and AS/400 5250 applications securely and efficiently
from browser-based devices running across the Internet, inside your corporate
Intranet or on a mobile network."
Version V1R3M5 / VRM130.000 (135001) has been confirmed as
vulnerable. Other versions untested.
May be used to steal authentication information.
Vendor did not respond.
This vulnerability was discovered by Patrick Webster.
18-Sep-2010 - Discovered during audit.
23-Sep-2010 - Notified vendor. Received automated support ticket.
30-Apr-2011 - Disclosure.
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