Over the past week, some of our users have told us about their experience with unmap Servlet Tomcat.
Hi, I would like to help you (or hire someone with enough experience – such a girl could probably fix it easily) which has a security issue that I fixed.
SecurityMetrics tells me this:
The remote web machine is capable of running cross-site scripting. Severity: Area of concern related to Impact: A malicious website may allow arbitrary commands to be passed to a client through a specially crafted link to an affected system. In some cases, this may compromise the client’s essential cookies, resulting in unauthorized access to web applications. Solution Cross-site scripting can be fixed very easily, either by keeping a custom error page that doesn’t display the URI too often, or by using one of the following fixes:
…then only the one that matters (this error kept popping up until I recentlyflooring Tomcat, which is another important tip):
The web server allows cross-site scripting. SeverityApache Tomcat: (12/7/02) Update to version 4.1.4 or later and disable your Invoker servlet (mapped to /servlet/ ), run anonymous servlet classes not contained in web specific xml. You can find an entry for this operation in the /tomcat-install-dir/conf/web.xml file.
Tomcat 5.5.35 is installed and working, I honestly checked the web.xml file and all the code in the invoker that is in /servlet/ is commented out. Does the following mean it’s not “unallocated”, or am I missing something else?
Usually any help should be greatly appreciated! (any other details I can provide) This seems to be the only issue controlling whether my VPS passes the PCI compliance scan.
SecurityMetrics tells me this:
Web Host Allows Cross-Site Scripting Severity: Dangerous Area Impact: A malicious World Wide Web can allow arbitrary commands to be executed on a client through a specially crafted link to an affected host. In some cases, this may compromise the cookies of these clients, resulting in unauthorized access to web applications. You can also fix cross-site scripting by adding a custom error page that may not render the URI, or by doing one of the following fixes:
… and so only one thing seems to be important (this error appears until I recently connected Tomcat, which is another important clue):
The web server allows cross-site scripting. SeverityApache Tomcat: (7.12.02) Updated to version 4.1.4 or later and released a custom Invoker servlet (mapped to /servlet/ ), runs anonymous servlet classes that don’t suffer in an important web .xml file. has been defined. You canFind the corresponding entry in the /tomcat-install-dir/conf/web.xml file.
Write that Tomcat 5.5.35 is installed and running, but I still checked the web.xml file and commented out the part of the calling device code mapped to Is /servlet/. Does that mean it’s not “unallocated”, or am I missing something?
Any help should be highly appreciated! (any other information I can provide) This seems to be the only issue keeping me from getting my VPS to pass this PCI compliance scan.
On Thursday, April 10, 2014 at around 3:18 pm, Gleb Natapov wrote Исправлено несоответствие сервлета Tomcat
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