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Employment History

Manager of Corporate Computer Security

The Lafayette Life Insurance Company

Web References (3 Total References)


Cisco PIX 500 Series Firewalls Cisco Security Advisory: Cisco PIX Firewall Manager File Exposure - Cisco Systems

www.cisco.com [cached]

This vulnerability was discovered and reported by Brett M. Oliphant, Manager of Corporate Computer Security at Lafayette Life Insurance Company.

Who Is Affected
If you are running Cisco PIX Firewall Manager software for Windows NT, as shipped with PIX Firewall versions up to and including 4.2(1), and if untrusted users can make TCP connections to port 8080 on your PFM server, you are affected by this vulnerability.No other Cisco products are affected.
Details
This vulnerability has been assigned Cisco Bug ID CSCdk39378.


Cisco PIX 500 Series Firewalls Cisco Security Advisory: Cisco PIX Firewall Manager File Exposure - Cisco Systems

www-fr.cisco.com [cached]

This vulnerability was discovered and reported by Brett M. Oliphant, Manager of Corporate Computer Security at Lafayette Life Insurance Company.

Who Is Affected
If you are running Cisco PIX Firewall Manager software for Windows NT, as shipped with PIX Firewall versions up to and including 4.2(1), and if untrusted users can make TCP connections to port 8080 on your PFM server, you are affected by this vulnerability.No other Cisco products are affected.
Impact
To exploit this vulnerability, attackers must be able to make TCP connections to port 8080 on the NT host on which you have installed PFM.


This vulnerability was discovered and ...

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This vulnerability was discovered and reported by Brett M. Oliphant , Manager of Corporate Computer Security at Lafayette Life Insurance Company.Who Is Affected =============== If you are running Cisco PIX Firewall Manager software for Windows NT , as shipped with PIX Firewall versions up to and including 4.2 ( 1 ) , and if untrusted users can make TCP connections to port 8080 on your PFM server , you are affected by this vulnerability.No other Cisco products are affected.Impact ====== To exploit this vulnerability , attackers must be able to make TCP connections to port 8080 on the NT host on which you have installed PFM.In all recommended configurations and in the overwhelming majority of actual installations , port 8080 of the PFM host can be reached only from inside the PIX Firewall , not from the outside.In addition , attackers must know or discover the names and locations of the files they wish to read.This vulnerability does not permit browsing of the NT host or reading of directories ; attackers must know where the target file is , or must make repeated attempts at guessing the location until the target file is found.

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