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Published: 2 May 2005

phpMyAdmin 2.6.1 allows remote attackers to obtain the full path of the server via direct requests to (1) sqlvalidator.lib.php, (2) sqlparser.lib.php, (3) select_theme.lib.php, (4) select_lang.lib.php, (5) relation_cleanup.lib.php, (6), (7) get_foreign.lib.php, (8) display_tbl_links.lib.php, (9) display_export.lib.php, (10) db_table_exists.lib.php, (11) charset_conversion.lib.php, (12) ufpdf.php, (13) mysqli.dbi.lib.php, (14) setup.php, or (15) cookie.auth.lib.php, which reveals the path in a PHP error message.




Package Release Status
Launchpad, Ubuntu, Debian
dapper Not vulnerable

edgy Not vulnerable

feisty Not vulnerable

upstream Needs triage