Multiple directory traversal vulnerabilities in thttpd 2.07 beta 0.4,
when running on Windows, allow remote attackers to read arbitrary
files via a URL that contains (1) a hex-encoded backslash dot-dot
sequence ("%5C..") or (2) a drive letter (such as "C:").
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