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Bug #6366 Security vulnerability for bad url file names with IIS PHP
Submitted: 2000-08-26 09:11 UTC Modified: 2000-08-26 12:42 UTC
From: joel at intwebservices dot com Assigned:
Status: Closed Package: Other
PHP Version: 4.0.1pl2 OS: Windows NT 4.0
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2000-08-26 09:11 UTC] joel at intwebservices dot com
If you put a bad file name in the url the error message shows the hard drive directory structure.

No script necessary.
Just put any bad file name in a url for an IIS web server 

cgi version:
Fatal error: Unable to open S:\awebsites\websiteman\html\*a.php in Unknown on line 0

isapi version
Warning: Failed opening 'S:\awebsites\websiteman\html\*a.phpi' for inclusion (include_path='') in Unknown on line 0

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 [2000-08-26 12:38 UTC] stas@php.net
This is intended behaviour, use error_reporting = off if you do not want this.
 [2000-08-26 12:42 UTC] zeev@php.net
Actually error_reporting = off is a bit meaningless.
One should use
display_errors = Off
to avoid displaying errors to the end users.  Assuming you're still interested in knowing what error messages were triggered, you should also use
log_errors = On
 
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