Vulnerability in Exchange Server 2003 Could Lead to Privilege Escalation

A vulnerability exists in the way that Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) connections are reused when NTLM authentication is used between front-end Exchange 2003 servers providing OWA access and , when running Outlook Web Access (OWA) on Windows 2000 and Windows Server 2003, and when using back-end Exchange 2003 servers that are running Windows Server 2003. Users who access their mailboxes through an Exchange 2003 front-end server and Outlook Web Access might get connected to another user's mailbox if that other mailbox is (1) hosted on the same back-end mailbox server and (2) if that mailbox has been recently accessed by its owner. Attackers seeking to exploit this vulnerability could not predict which mailbox they might become connected to. The vulnerability causes random and unreliable access to mailboxes and is specifically limited to mailboxes that have recently been accessed through OWA.
PriceUSD0
LicenseFree
Version1.0
Operating System Windows 2000 Windows
System Requirements<li>Exchange 2000 Server, Exchanger Server 5.5

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