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Sec. Vulnerability in MPE/iX FTPSRVR
Published: 2002-05-01 14:52:53
Updated: 2002-05-01 14:52:53

Document ID:  HPSBMP0204-014
Date Loaded:  20020430
      Title:  Sec. Vulnerability in MPE/iX FTPSRVR


    Originally issued: 30 April 2002

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PROBLEM:  FTPSRVR does not properly validate commands.

PLATFORM: HP3000 servers running MPE/iX 6.0, 6.5 and 7.0.

DAMAGE:   Unauthorized access.

SOLUTION: Install the patch appropriate to your release: 

        6.0              FTPGD91A
        6.5              FTPGD92A
        7.0              FTPGD93A


AVAILABILITY:   Patches are available now.

 A. Background
    The FTP Server FTPSRVR does not properly validate certain
    commands, which may lead to unauthorized access.

 B. Fixing the problem
    Obtain and install patches from  These were built
    to protect against this occurrence in the following releases of

        6.0              FTPGD91A
        6.5              FTPGD92A
        7.0              FTPGD93A

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