The LOB functionality in PEAR MDB2 before 2.5.0a1 interprets a request
to store a URL string as a request to retrieve and store the contents
of the URL, which might allow remote attackers to use MDB2 as an
indirect proxy or obtain sensitive information via a URL into a form
field in an MDB2 application, as demonstrated by a file:// URL or a
URL for an intranet web site.
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