HTTP authentication implementation in Geo++ GNCASTER 126.96.36.199 and
earlier allows remote attackers to read authentication headers of
other users via a large request with an incorrect authentication
attempt, which includes sensitive memory in the response. NOTE: this
is referred to as a "memory leak" by some sources, but is better
characterized as "memory disclosure."
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BUGTRAQ:20100127 [RT-SA-2010-003] Geo++(R) GNCASTER: Faulty implementation of HTTPDigest Authentication
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