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Status Not under consideration
Workspace Product Master
Created by Guest
Created on Jan 2, 2019

MDM CE - Information Disclosure - Exception Error Messages

"Unhandled exceptions are circumstances in which the application has received user input that it did not expect and does not know how to handle.
Verbose error messages can be particularly useful during development and integration. However, in production settings, there is a risk of exposing too much detail to a user. This knowledge can be useful to an attacker attempting to understand the system and identify its weaknesses.

The error message may contain the location of the file in which the offending function is located. This may disclose the webroot's absolute path, as well as give the attacker the location of application include files or configuration information. It may even disclose the portion of code that failed.

Note: This vulnerability may be a false positive if the page it is flagged on is technical documentation."
  • Guest
    Mar 11, 2020

    Not enough actionable details present in request. Hence marking as closed.