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CVE-2006-4743

Published: 13 September 2006

WordPress 2.0.2 through 2.0.5 allows remote attackers to obtain sensitive information via a direct request for (1) 404.php, (2) akismet.php, (3) archive.php, (4) archives.php, (5) attachment.php, (6) blogger.php, (7) comments.php, (8) comments-popup.php, (9) dotclear.php, (10) footer.php, (11) functions.php, (12) header.php, (13) hello.php, (14) wp-content/themes/default/index.php, (15) links.php, (16) livejournal.php, (17) mt.php, (18) page.php, (19) rss.php, (20) searchform.php, (21) search.php, (22) sidebar.php, (23) single.php, (24) textpattern.php, (25) upgrade-functions.php, (26) upgrade-schema.php, or (27) wp-db-backup.php, which reveal the path in various error messages. NOTE: another researcher has disputed the details of this report, stating that version 2.0.5 does not exist. NOTE: the admin-footer.php, admin-functions.php, default-filters.php, edit-form-advanced.php, edit-link-form.php, edit-page-form.php, kses.php, locale.php, rss-functions.php, template-loader.php, and wp-db.php vectors are already covered by CVE-2006-0986. The edit-form-comment.php, vars.php, and wp-settings.php vectors are already covered by CVE-2005-4463. The menu-header.php vector is already covered by CVE-2005-2110.

Priority

Unknown

Status

Package Release Status
wordpress
Launchpad, Ubuntu, Debian
dapper Ignored
(end of life)
edgy Ignored
(end of life, was needed)
feisty Not vulnerable

gutsy Not vulnerable

hardy Not vulnerable

intrepid Not vulnerable

jaunty Not vulnerable

karmic Not vulnerable

upstream
Released (2.0.6)