Encrypted File Transfer Program (EFTP) does not properly validate CWD commands, allowing authenticated users to read arbitrary directories and files.
Encrypted File Transfer Program (EFTP) is an implementation of the FTP protocol using 448-bit Blowfish encryption. EFTP allows authenticated users to read arbitrary directories and files on the server through exploitation of a directory traversal vulnerability in the CWD command.
Attackers with access to an EFTP account can read arbitrary directories and files on the server.
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Updated: September 23, 2002
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Thanks to Ertan Kurt for reporting this vulnerability.
This document was written by Shawn Van Ittersum.
CVE IDs: | CVE-2001-1193
Severity Metric: | 1.89
Date Public: | 2001-12-13
Date First Published: | 2002-09-24
Date Last Updated: | 2002-09-24 17:17 UTC
Document Revision: | 5