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|Originally Published: Tuesday, 8 August 2000||Author: Alexander Reelsen|
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Debian Security Advisory: Package: ntop
Using ntop to distribute network traffic through the network, i.e. running ntop as webserver, it is possible to access arbitrary files on the local filesystem. Since ntop runs as root uid, guess what that means, even /etc/shadow got unsecured. Since ntop comes with its own simple web server this problem is not a result of another webserver insecurity.
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Debian Security Advisory firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.debian.org/security/ Martin Schulze August 7, 2000
Package: ntop Vulnerability: remote file exploit Debian-specific: no Vulnerable: yes
Using ntop to distribute network traffic through the network, i.e. running ntop as webserver, it is possible to access arbitrary files on the local filesystem. Since ntop runs as root uid, guess what that means, even /etc/shadow got unsecured.
Since ntop comes with its own simple web server this problem is not a result of another webserver insecurity.
Debian GNU/Linux 2.1 alias slink
The "ntop" package is not a part of Debian 2.1. No fix is necessary.
Debian 2.2 alias potato
This version of Debian is not yet released. Fixes are currently available for Alpha, ARM, Intel ia32, Motorola 680x0, PowerPC and the Sun Sparc architecture.
Source archives: http://security.debian.org/dists/potato/updates/main/source/ntop_1.2a7-10.diff.gz MD5 checksum: 8d39ab8c1d330ade898bf0ebf78b829f http://security.debian.org/dists/potato/updates/main/source/ntop_1.2a7-10.dsc MD5 checksum: 5259e2f5b4a191836dca47c3d354f4f0 http://security.debian.org/dists/potato/updates/main/source/ntop_1.2a7.orig.tar.gz MD5 checksum: 9031a2001935b7a4882f8427f0edea15
Alpha architecture: http://security.debian.org/dists/potato/updates/main/binary-alpha/ntop_1.2a7-10_alpha.deb MD5 checksum: 517dbc9a62c246931dcd48e213bfbe3f
ARM architecture: http://security.debian.org/dists/potato/updates/main/binary-arm/ntop_1.2a7-10_arm.deb MD5 checksum: bf0e6a3d630bb71b24f26457be93d362
Intel ia32 architecture: http://security.debian.org/dists/potato/updates/main/binary-i386/ntop_1.2a7-10_i386.deb MD5 checksum: 1da340aa9ef9131e17edb3f656c167e0
Motorola 680x0 architecture: http://security.debian.org/dists/potato/updates/main/binary-m68k/ntop_1.2a7-10_m68k.deb MD5 checksum: fcb78534a1dbaf29994e4a9e49909d96
PowerPC architecture: http://security.debian.org/dists/potato/updates/main/binary-powerpc/ntop_1.2a7-10_powerpc.deb MD5 checksum: b2322adefed307c07b243aeab0d3a41a
Sun Sparc architecture: http://security.debian.org/dists/potato/updates/main/binary-sparc/ntop_1.2a7-10_sparc.deb MD5 checksum: 0b5b46223a907dfd931d59d8025e73e9
Debian Unstable alias woody This version of Debian is not yet released and reflects the current development release. Fixes are the same as for potato.
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