[NEWS] Lotus Domino Web Server File Retreival VulnerabilityFrom: firstname.lastname@example.org
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From: firstname.lastname@example.org To: email@example.com Date: Wed, 3 Jul 2002 08:01:20 +0200 (CEST)
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Lotus Domino Web Server File Retreival Vulnerability
Lotus Domino Web Server allows downloading of files in the web root
directory (rather than referring to the ECLs within the database or the
permissions on the file itself). This does not work on the standard web
scripts included in Domino such as admin4.nsf, names.nsf, domcfg.nsf, etc.
However, if there are other files or custom-made .nsf databases in the
server's web root directory, they may be downloaded by appending a "?" at
the end of the file name.
* Lotus Domino R4 (version 4.x)
* Lotus Domino R5 (version 5.x)
Submitting the following URL:
Will retrieve instead of execute the file "nameoffile.ext".
Lotus was notified about the issue. They noted that this issue had never
been reported and suggested a workaround that appears to correct the
Lotus suggested that you create a separate directory for the web site
files (do not put them in the web root created during installation). In
addition, the permissions on these files should be appropriately applied.
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