The JK Connector (aka mod_jk) 1.2.0 through 1.2.26 in Apache Tomcat
allows remote attackers to obtain sensitive information via an
arbitrary request from an HTTP client, in opportunistic circumstances
involving (1) a request from a different client that included a
Content-Length header but no POST data or (2) a rapid series of
requests, related to noncompliance with the AJP protocol's
requirements for requests containing Content-Length headers.
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BUGTRAQ:20090407 [SECURITY] CVE-2008-5519: Apache Tomcat mod_jk information disclosure vulnerability
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