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CVE-2006-3392 Scanner

Detects 'Directory Traversal' vulnerability in Webmin and Usermin affects v. Webmin before 1.290 and Usermin before 1.220.

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Short Info


Level

Medium

Single Scan

Single Scan

Can be used by

Asset Owner

Estimated Time

15 sec

Scan only one

Domain, Ipv4

Source

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Webmin and Usermin are web-based applications used for managing Unix-based systems. The former is primarily intended for system administrators, while the latter is designed for regular users. Both programs offer an intuitive graphical interface for managing users, domains, services, and files. Additionally, they provide tools for managing email, databases, and networking.

CVE-2006-3392 is a vulnerability that affects Webmin and Usermin versions prior to 1.290 and 1.220, respectively. The exploit occurs when the simplify_path function calls before decoding HTML. Hackers can tamper with directory paths using the dot-dot-slash (../) sequences and bypassing the removal of these sequences from filenames with other bytes like "%01."

Exploiting CVE-2006-3392 can lead to unauthorized access and the ability to read arbitrary files. Attackers can scour through sensitive text files, such as passwords and configuration files, to gain access to the entire system. More sinister attacks may involve the injection of malicious content into code files to execute malicious commands.

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