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From: email@example.com To: firstname.lastname@example.org Date: Sat, 10 Aug 2002 22:29:54 +0200 (CEST)
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Cross-Site Scripting Issues in Falcon Web Server
Falcon Web Server is running under Windows NT/2000/XP as well as Windows
95/98. It supports ISAPI and WinCGI, and it is a fully functional web
server that is capable of running a small / medium scale website of about
50-80 hits per minute. The real advantage of Falcon Web Server is the
ability to run on a desktop computer with almost the same functionality as
large-scale web servers like MS IIS and Apache. A lack of input sanitation
in the error message output of this server makes it susceptible to two
cross-site scripting vulnerabilities.
* BlueFace Falcon Web Server 1.0
* BlueFace Falcon Web Server 1.0.01008
The following two issues exist:
* An issue in the way the server handles 301 messages when a file is not
found, and the request is not terminated by a slash. Falcon simply adds a
slash to the requested URI, and sends back a 301 with the following
<html><head><title>/<SCRIPT>alert("xss")</SCRIPT>/</title></head><body>Redirecting browser to <ahref="/<SCRIPT>alert("xss")</SCRIPT>/">/<SCRIPT>alert("xss")</SCRIPT>/</a><br>If nothing happens click the link above.</body></html>
* An issue in the way the server handles 404 messages when a file/folder
is not found, and the necessary slash has been added (entity below):
<html><head><title>HTTP/1.0 404 Not
Not Found</h1><p>Cannot locate the requested file.</body></html>
* 301 Message XSS
Closing TITLE tag:
Closing A HREF:
Closing A tag:
* 404 Message XSS
The 301 examples will simply add a slash and pass it on to the browser,
which then raises a 404, exploiting that vulnerability as well (although
the 301 exploits will cause some useless HTML to be added on).
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