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Date: 5 May 2005 11:03:37 -0000
From: Felix <felix.shnir@....com>
To: bugtraq@...urityfocus.com
Subject: MRO Maximo v4 & v5




Due to the fact that all of the files for Maximo Self Service application are served from one directory (maximo_installation) by the integrated Tomcat server, the files not recognized by Tomcat as needing to be run (*.jsps or mapped servlets) are not protected.  Therefore, if one was to call upon a known Maximo file name (such as MXServer.properties, they would receive the file just like a request for download from any other web server.  This means that everything under the maximo_install directory are semi-open to the public.  This includes stored passwords and database locations in these files.


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