clogin.php in Benchmark Designs' WHM AutoPilot 2.4.5 and earlier
allows remote attackers to obtain plaintext username and password
credentials by using the clogin_e and base64_encode functions to
encode the desired user ID in the c parameter, then read the plaintext
values in the resulting form.
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FULLDISC:20040802 Benchmark Designs' WHM Autopilot backdoor vulnerability to plain-text password.
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