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Date: Thu, 6 Dec 2001 14:50:20 -0800 (PST) From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Macromedia Security Alert) To: email@example.com
Several security issues that may affect Macromedia JRun
customers have come to our attention recently.
To learn about these new issues and what actions you can
take to address them, Please visit the Security Zone at the
Macromedia/Allaire Web site:
Dear Macromedia customer,
This week we posted the following new Macromedia
* MBSB01-13: Workaround Addresses IIS 4/5 Web Server Root
Directory Browse Access
* MPSB01-14: Patch Available for Serving JSP
Pages out of the WEB-INF and META-INF Directories.
* MBSB01-15: Patch Available for revealing Source
Code when Accessing a JSP as myjsp%00 or myjs%2570
via the JWS or IIS
* MPSB01-16: Patch Available for Retrieval of File
Content with an HTTP GET under Certain Conditions
* MPSB01-17: Patch Available for File System Traversal
Issue with JRun Web Server on Windows platforms
* MPSB01-18: Patch Available for Unnecessary Appending
of jsessionid in URL (URL Rewriting)
We have also updated the following existing Macromedia
* MPSB01-09: JRun 3.1, JRun 3.0 ::$DATA Vulnerability
(a.k.a. JSP view source vulnerability)
* MPSB01-10: Patch Available for Duplicate Session IDs Issue
Please note: One patch applies to all of the above security
bulletins. When you download the patch from one bulletin, it
will contain fixes for the issues in all of the above listed
As a Web application platform vendor, one of our highest
concerns is the security of the systems our customers
deploy. We understand how important security is to our
customers, and we're committed to providing the technology
and information customers need to build secure Web
Thank you for your time and consideration on this issue.
Security Response Team,
P.S. As a reminder, Macromedia has set up the following
e-mail address that customers can use to report security
issues associated with any Macromedia product:
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