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Date: Wed, 18 Feb 2004 05:47:29 +0800
From: "intuit e.b." <intuit@...uxmail.org>
To: bugtraq@...urityfocus.com
Subject: CesarFTP 0.99 : 100% employment of computer resources


Application:  CesarFTP 
              http://www.aclogic.com/

Version:      0.99e

Bug:          100% employment of computer resources

Author:       intuit
              e-mail: intuit@...uxmail.org
              web: http://rootshells.tk/



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1. Description
2. The bug
3. The fix

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^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
1. Description:
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

Vendor's Description:

"CesarFTP is an easy-to-use and fast to configure FTP server. 
Fed up with modifying your hard disk structure to share your file? 
Then enjoy CesarFTP virtual file system support!"

***********************************************************************

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
2. The bug:
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

The string(RETR param) over 4084 symbols leads to 100% to employment of resources : 
-----------------------------------------------------------------------

ftp://user:pass@....0.0.1/< ... >=4084 symbols ... >/

-----------------------------------------------------------------------

and application server.exe employment 100% of computer resources.

***********************************************************************

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
3. The fix:
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

Not exist.

***********************************************************************

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