Rich Media Technologies JustAddCommerce E-commerce Software Discloses User Passwords to Local Users
SecurityTracker Alert ID: 1003644|
SecurityTracker URL: http://securitytracker.com/id/1003644
(Links to External Site)
Date: Feb 22 2002
Disclosure of authentication information|
Exploit Included: Yes |
A vulnerability was reported in the Rich Media Technologies JustAddCommerce e-commerce addon for Dreamweaver and FrontPage. A local user can view user passwords.|
SecuriTeam reported an information disclosure vulnerability in the JustAddCommerce shopping cart software. It is reported that the 'rtm.log' file contains customer IDs and passwords that are stored in plain text.
SecuriTeam notes that this vulnerability was reported by Christian Paparelli.
[Editor's note: The vendor has responded that there is no vulnerability. See the Message History for the vendor's response.]
A local user can view customer passwords.|
No solution was available at the time of this entry.|
[Editor's note: The vendor disputes the conclusion and indicates that there is no vulnerability -- see the Message History for the vendor's response.]
Vendor URL: www.richmediatech.com/justaddcommerce/index.asp (Links to External Site)
Access control error|
Windows (Me), Windows (98), Windows (2000)|
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Source Message Contents
Date: Fri, 22 Feb 2002 17:11:00 -0500|
Subject: [NT] Rich Media E-Commerce Stores Sensitive Information Insecurely
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Rich Media E-Commerce Stores Sensitive Information Insecurely
a shopping cart solution. A security vulnerability in the product allows
attackers to gain sensitive client information by accessing a log file
that is stored in an insecure manner.
On web sites, using JustAddCommerce (Rich Media's E-Commerce solution) you
can find a file called rtm.log. This file contains Customer IDs and
Passwords that are stored in plain text.
This enables attackers to compromise the ecommerce sites' integrity and
possibly order products in other people's names.
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