[NT] PassGo SSO Plus Insecure Default Directory Permissions
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- Date: 22 Nov 2006 15:54:19 +0200
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PassGo SSO Plus Insecure Default Directory Permissions
" <http://www.ssoplus.com/> SSO Plus automatically remembers your
passwords for you."
Insecure default permissions in PassGo can lead to unsolicited access to
the application's files.
* PassGo SSO Plus version 126.96.36.199
* Other versions suspected.
The problem is that the application sets insecure default permissions
(grants "Everyone" group "Full Control") on the "PassGo Technologies"
directory and all child objects. This can be exploited to remove,
manipulate, and replace any of the application's files.
Set proper permissions on the application directory and all child objects.
Grant only trusted users access to affected systems.
* 11/10/2006 - Vendor notified.
* 21/11/2006 - Vendor reminder sent.
* 22/11/2006 - Public disclosure.
The information has been provided by Secunia.
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