(Description Provided by CVE) : ** REJECT ** DO NOT USE THIS CANDIDATE NUMBER. ConsultIDs: None. Reason: this candidate is solely about a configuration that does not directly introduce security vulnerabilities, so it is more appropriate to cover under the Common Configuration Enumeration (CCE). Notes: the former description is: "A component service related to NIS is running."
DNS contains a flaw that may lead to an unauthorized information disclosure. The issue is triggered when the host's DNS name server allows zone transfers to replicate zone information between master and slave DNS servers. If zone transfers have not been restricted to authorized slave servers only, a remote attacker could disclose sensitive network information resulting in a loss of confidentiality.
This system is running an HTTP web server. The server's HTTP headers, or other inidictors (such as errors, file names, etc.), reveal the software name and/or version. This could aid an attacker in performing attacks against this host. Versions and types should be omitted where possible.
This host is running the 'rsh' service. This service provides the ability to run arbitrary commands on the host using normal 'r' utility authentication. Usernames and passwords are passed across the network in plaintext. An attacker can possibly sniff usernames and passwords and gain access to this host. This vulnerability may be a false positive on hosts protected by certain application-level firewalls or the firewalls themselves such as a Raptor Firewall or TIS Firewall Toolkit. On these systems a connection is not refused, but is established and then immediately closed.
Devices without proper physical security may allow a malicious user to bypass authentication or even lead to an unauthorized information disclosure. The issue may be triggered in a variety of different ways and typically depends on the specific device. It is possible that the flaw will result in a loss of integrity.
Iniquity BBS contains a flaw that may allow an unprivileged user to download arbitrary files. The issue is due to the Sysop line chat allowing system commands to be executed from either side of the chat. If a user initiates a file transfer from the chat, they may download any file on the host system.
By default, Major BBS running the Mutant Link module installs with a default password. The "ML" account has a password of "!@*&#@&AY" which is publicly known and documented. This allows attackers to trivially access the program or system.
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