[NT] Texis Sensitive Information Leak
From: firstname.lastname@example.org To: email@example.com Date: 16 Mar 2003 14:26:57 +0200
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Texis Sensitive Information Leak
<http://www.thunderstone.com/texis/site/pages> Thunderstone is an
independent R&D company that has been providing high-performance
state-of-the-art solutions to intelligent information retrieval and
management problems for over 21 years. The company's product provides
every full-text, SQL, multimedia management, and dynamic publishing
operation needed for an enterprise search application. A vulnerability in
the product allows attackers to cause it to reveal sensitive information
* Commercial Webinator Version 4.00 (Build 1017771124 of Apr 2, 2002)
The Texis program executes files written in Texis Web Script (a.k.a.
Vortex), a powerful web-server-side HTML programming language. It can be
invoked from the command line, or as a CGI program from the web server to
run scripts. By requesting specially crafted URLs, sensitive information
about the system will be displayed.
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