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Home » Hacking News » BadBlue Web Server v1.7 Protected File Access Vulnerability

BadBlue Web Server v1.7 Protected File Access Vulnerability

by Nikola Strahija on October 25th, 2002 BadBlue is a very small footprint, Win32 web server that supports a suprisingly large array of features: NT-based security; application-serving via ISAPI, CGI, PHP, Perl etc.; CLF logging; virtual directories; directory browsing; service installation; etc.

--[ Summary

It is possible to construct a web request which is capable of accessing the contents
of password protected files/folders on the BadBlue Web Server v1.7. This vulnerability
may only be exploited to access password-protected files in sub-folders of wwwroot.


- --[ Tested

Windows 2000 Sp3 / BadBlue Web Server v1.7
Windows 98 SE / BadBlue Web Server v1.7

- --[ Vulnerable

BadBlue Web Server v1.7

- --[ Disclaimer is not responsible for the misuse or illegal use of any
of the information and/or the software listed on this security advisory.

- --[ Author

Tamer Sahin
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Tamer Sahin

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