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QPC MegaBrowser Multiple Vulnerabilities
June 04, 2022
Vendor : Quality Programming Corporation
URL : http://www.megabrowser.com
Version : MegaBrowser 0.3 - 0.71b && Older
Risk : Directory Traversal && User Enumeration
BID : http://www.securityfocus.com/bid/7802
: http://www.securityfocus.com/bid/7803


Description:
Megabrowser is a free standalone program that enables you to host websites and FTP sites by utilizing its powerful advanced peer-to-peer features. You can now host websites and FTP sites without paying any hosting fees. Simply store your sites in the directories of your choice on your laptop or personal computer.

Directory Traversal Vulnerability:
MegaBrowser HTTP server is vulnerable to a directory traversal vulnerability which allows access to any file on the system as well as directory viewing of the root web directory

http://www.someplace.com/../../../../../WINNT/repair/sam
http://www.someplace.com/../

FTP User Enumeration Vulnerability:
While not as serious as the previously mentioned vuln, this still poses a threat as it may allow an attacker to harvest a list of valid FTP usernames on the system.

user blah 530 User can't log in user anonymous 331 Anonymous access allowed, send identity (e-mail name) as password

Solution:
Vendor contacted, but never replied. No known solution.

Credits:
James Bercegay of the GulfTech Security Research Team.