Re: [Full-disclosure] Apache Illegal Request Handling Possible XSS Vulnerability



KJKHyperion wrote:
Michal Majchrowicz wrote:
In this case I agree this is a solution. If Apache wouldn't accept any 'separators' then XSS (and other stuff) wouldn't be possible at all. Is there anywhere described which chars can be used in protocol "field"?
There is no "flaw".

I agree, the only genuine hole here is that the script is printing
untrusted input without quoting it.

Lots cut here, but to add another example to your list of ways the
real parser differs from the grammar:

GET / HT

is accepted as a valid request by Apache too :-)

Cheers

Rich.

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