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  1. + Server: Apache/2.2.21 (Unix) mod_ssl/2.2.21 OpenSSL/0.9.8e-fips-rhel5 mod_auth_passthrough/2.1 mod_bwlimited/1.4 FrontPage/5.0.2.2635 PHP/5.3.8
  2. + Retrieved x-powered-by header: PHP/5.3.8
  3. + OSVDB-637: Enumeration of users is possible by requesting ~username (responds with 'Forbidden' for users, 'not found' for non-existent users).
  4. + Multiple index files found: index.php, index.php3
  5. + mod_ssl/2.2.21 appears to be outdated (current is at least 2.8.31) (may depend on server version)
  6. + OpenSSL/0.9.8e-fips-rhel5 appears to be outdated (current is at least 1.0.0d). OpenSSL 0.9.8r is also current.
  7. + FrontPage/5.0.2.2635 appears to be outdated (current is at least 5.0.4.3) (may depend on server version)
  8. + OSVDB-5737: WebLogic may reveal its internal IP or hostname in the Location header. The value is "http://www.".
  9. + FrontPage - http://www.insecure.org/sploits/Microsoft.frontpage.insecurities.html
  10. + mod_ssl/2.2.21 OpenSSL/0.9.8e-fips-rhel5 mod_auth_passthrough/2.1 mod_bwlimited/1.4 FrontPage/5.0.2.2635 PHP/5.3.8 - mod_ssl 2.8.7 and lower are vulnerable to a remote buffer overflow which may allow a remote shell (difficult to exploit). CVE-2002-0082, OSVDB-756.
  11. + DEBUG HTTP verb may show server debugging information. See http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/e8z01xdh%28VS.80%29.aspx for details.
  12. + OSVDB-877: HTTP TRACE method is active, suggesting the host is vulnerable to XST
  13. + /scgi-bin/cart32.exe: request cart32.exe/cart32clientlist
  14. + /scgi-bin/classified.cgi: Check Phrack 55 for info by RFP
  15. + /scgi-bin/download.cgi: v1 by Matt Wright; check info in Phrack 55 by RFP
  16. + /scgi-bin/flexform.cgi: Check Phrack 55 for info by RFP, allows to append info to writable files.
  17. + /scgi-bin/flexform: Check Phrack 55 for info by RFP, allows to append info to writable files.
  18. + /scgi-bin/lwgate.cgi: Check Phrack 55 for info by RFP, http://www.phrack.com/show.php?p=55&a=7
  19. + /scgi-bin/LWGate.cgi: Check Phrack 55 for info by RFP, http://www.phrack.com/show.php?p=55&a=7
  20. + /scgi-bin/lwgate: Check Phrack 55 for info by RFP
  21. + /scgi-bin/LWGate: Check Phrack 55 for info by RFP
  22. + /scgi-bin/perlshop.cgi: v3.1 by ARPAnet.com; check info in Phrack 55 by RFP
  23. + /scgi-bin/handler.cgi: Variation of Irix Handler? Has been seen from other CGI scanners.
  24. + /scgi-bin/finger: finger other users, may be other commands?
  25. + /scgi-bin/finger.pl: finger other users, may be other commands?
  26. + /scgi-bin/get32.exe: This can allow attackers to execute arbitrary commands remotely.
  27. + /scgi-bin/gm-authors.cgi: GreyMatter 'password' file, that controls who can post. This contains login and password information and is installed mode 666 by default. See http://www.attrition.org/~jericho/works/security/greymatter.html for more info.
  28. + /scgi-bin/guestbook/passwd: GuestBook r4 from lasource.r2.ru stores the admin password in a plain text file.
  29. + /scgi-bin/photo/protected/manage.cgi: My Photo Gallery management interface. May allow full access to photo galleries and more. Versions before 3.8 allowed anyone to view contents of any directory on systems.
  30. + /scgi-bin/wrap.cgi: possible variation: comes with IRIX 6.2; allows to view directories
  31. + /cgi-sys/formmail.pl: Many versions of FormMail have remote vulnerabilities, including file access, information disclosure and email abuse. FormMail access should be restricted as much as possible or a more secure solution found.
  32. + /scgi-bin/formmail.pl: Many versions of FormMail have remote vulnerabilities, including file access, information disclosure and email abuse. FormMail access should be restricted as much as possible or a more secure solution found.
  33. + /scgi-bin/visadmin.exe: This CGI allows an attacker to crash the web server. Remove it from the CGI directory.
  34. + /scgi-bin/html2chtml.cgi: Html2Wml < 0.4.8 access local files via CGI, and more
  35. + /scgi-bin/html2wml.cgi: Html2Wml < 0.4.8 access local files via CGI, and more
  36. + /scgi-bin/echo.bat?&dir+c:\\: This batch file may allow attackers to execute remote commands.
  37. + OSVDB-56: /scgi-bin/ezshopper/loadpage.cgi?user_id=1&file=|cat%20/etc/passwd|: EZShopper loadpage CGI command execution
  38. + /cgi-sys/guestbook.cgi: May allow attackers to execute commands as the web daemon.
  39. + /scgi-bin/guestbook.cgi: May allow attackers to execute commands as the web daemon.
  40. + /scgi-bin/guestbook.pl: May allow attackers to execute commands as the web daemon.
  41. + /scgi-bin/ss: Mediahouse Statistics Server may allow attackers to execute remote commands. Upgrade to the latest version or remove from the CGI directory.
  42. + /scgi-bin/gH.cgi: Web backdoor by gH
  43. + /scgi-bin/gm-cplog.cgi: GreyMatter log file defaults to mode 666 and contains login and passwords used to update the GM site. See http://www.attrition.org/~jericho/works/security/greymatter.html for more info.
  44. + /scgi-bin/gm.cgi: GreyMatter blogger may reveal user IDs/passwords through a gmrightclick-######.reg files (# are numbers), possibly in /archive or other archive location. See http://www.attrition.org/~jericho/works/security/greymatter.html for more info.
  45. + /scgi-bin/AT-admin.cgi: Admin interface...
  46. + OSVDB-17111: /scgi-bin/auth_data/auth_user_file.txt: The DCShop installation allows credit card numbers to be viewed remotely. See dcscripts.com for fix information.
  47. + /scgi-bin/mt-static/mt-check.cgi: Movable Type weblog diagnostic script found. Reveals docroot path, operating system, Perl version, and modules.
  48. + /scgi-bin/mt/mt-check.cgi: Movable Type weblog diagnostic script found. Reveals docroot path, operating system, Perl version, and modules.
  49. + /scgi-bin/banner.cgi: This CGI may allow attackers to read any file on the system.
  50. + /scgi-bin/bannereditor.cgi: This CGI may allow attackers to read any file on the system.
  51. + /scgi-bin/architext_query.pl: Versions older than 1.1 of Excite for Web Servers allow attackers to execute arbitrary commands.
  52. + /scgi-bin/bizdb1-search.cgi: This CGI may allow attackers to execute commands remotely. See http://www.hack.co.za/daem0n/cgi/cgi/bizdb.htm
  53. + /scgi-bin/blog/: A blog was found. May contain security problems in CGIs, weak passwords, and more.
  54. + /scgi-bin/blog/mt-load.cgi: Movable Type weblog installation CGI found. May be able to reconfigure or reload.
  55. + OSVDB-2878: /scgi-bin/moin.cgi?test: MoinMoin 1.1 and prior contain at least two XSS vulnerabilities. Version 1.0 and prior also contains a XSLT related vulnerability
  56. + /scgi-bin/astrocam.cgi: Astrocam 1.4.1 contained buffer overflow http://www.securityfocus.com/bid/4684. Prior to 2.1.3 contained unspecified security bugs
  57. + /scgi-bin/badmin.cgi: BannerWheel v1.0 is vulnerable to a local buffer overflow. If this is version 1.0 it should be upgraded.
  58. + OSVDB-2017: /scgi-bin/boozt/admin/index.cgi?section=5&input=1: Boozt CGI may have a buffer overflow. Upgrade to a version newer than 0.9.8alpha.
  59. + /scgi-bin/ezadmin.cgi: Some versions of this CGI are vulnerable to a buffer overflow.
  60. + /scgi-bin/ezboard.cgi: Some versions of this CGI are vulnerable to a buffer overflow.
  61. + /scgi-bin/ezman.cgi: Some versions of this CGI are vulnerable to a buffer overflow.
  62. + OSVDB-11740: /scgi-bin/foxweb.dll: Foxweb 2.5 and below is vulnerable to a buffer overflow (not tested or confirmed). Verify Foxweb is the latest available version.
  63. + OSVDB-11741: /scgi-bin/foxweb.exe: Foxweb 2.5 and below is vulnerable to a buffer overflow (not tested or confirmed). Verify Foxweb is the latest available version.
  64. + /scgi-bin/mgrqcgi: This CGI from Magic Enterprise 8.30-5 and earlier is vulnerable to multiple buffer overflows. Upgrade to 9.x.
  65. + /scgi-bin/wconsole.dll: It may be possible to overflow this dll with 1024 bytes of data.
  66. + /scgi-bin/uploader.exe: This CGI allows attackers to upload files to the server and then execute them.
  67. + /scgi-bin/fpsrvadm.exe: Potentially vulnerable CGI program.
  68. + /scgi-bin/.cobalt: May allow remote admin of CGI scripts.
  69. + OSVDB-319: /scgi-bin/mailit.pl: Sambar may allow anonymous email to be sent from any host via this CGI.
  70. + /scgi-bin/.access: Contains authorization information
  71. + OSVDB-11871: /scgi-bin/MsmMask.exe: MondoSearch 4.4 may allow source code viewing by requesting MsmMask.exe?mask=/filename.asp where 'filename.asp' is a real ASP file.
  72. + /scgi-bin/addbanner.cgi: This CGI may allow attackers to read any file on the system.
  73. + /scgi-bin/shtml.dll: This may allow attackers to retrieve document source.
  74. + /scgi-bin/aglimpse.cgi: This CGI may allow attackers to execute remote commands.
  75. + /scgi-bin/aglimpse: This CGI may allow attackers to execute remote commands.
  76. + /scgi-bin/architext_query.cgi: Versions older than 1.1 of Excite for Web Servers allow attackers to execute arbitrary commands.
  77. + /scgi-bin/cmd.exe?/c+dir: cmd.exe can execute arbitrary commands
  78. + /scgi-bin/cmd1.exe?/c+dir: cmd1.exe can execute arbitrary commands
  79. + /scgi-bin/hello.bat?&dir+c:\\: This batch file may allow attackers to execute remote commands.
  80. + /scgi-bin/post32.exe|dir%20c:\\: post32 can execute arbitrary commands
  81. + /scgi-bin/archie: Gateway to the unix command, may be able to submit extra commands
  82. + /scgi-bin/calendar.pl: Gateway to the unix command, may be able to submit extra commands
  83. + /scgi-bin/calendar: Gateway to the unix command, may be able to submit extra commands
  84. + /scgi-bin/date: Gateway to the unix command, may be able to submit extra commands
  85. + /scgi-bin/fortune: Gateway to the unix command, may be able to submit extra commands
  86. + /scgi-bin/redirect: Redirects via URL from form
  87. + /scgi-bin/uptime: Gateway to the unix command, may be able to submit extra commands
  88. + /scgi-bin/wais.pl: Gateway to the unix command, may be able to submit extra commands
  89. + /scgi-bin/mail: Simple Perl mailing script to send form data to a pre-configured email address
  90. + /scgi-bin/nph-error.pl: Gives more information in error messages
  91. + /scgi-bin/post-query: Echoes back result of your POST
  92. + /scgi-bin/query: Echoes back result of your GET
  93. + /scgi-bin/test-cgi.tcl: May echo environment variables or give directory listings
  94. + /scgi-bin/test-env: May echo environment variables or give directory listings
  95. + /scgi-bin/cgitest.exe: This CGI allows remote users to download other CGI source code. May have a buffer overflow in the User-Agent header.
  96. + OSVDB-6666: /scgi-bin/hpnst.exe?c=p+i=SrvSystemInfo.html: HP Instant TopTools may be vulnerable to a DoS by requesting hpnst.exe?c=p+i=hpnst.exe multiple times.
  97. + OSVDB-55370: /scgi-bin/Pbcgi.exe: Sambar may be vulnerable to a DOS when a long string is passed to Pbcgi.exe (not attempted). Default CGI should be removed from web servers.
  98. + OSVDB-55369: /scgi-bin/testcgi.exe: Sambar may be vulnerable to a DOS when a long string is passed to testcgi.exe (not attempted). Default CGI should be removed from web servers.
  99. + /scgi-bin/snorkerz.bat: Arguments passed to DOS CGI without checking
  100. + /scgi-bin/snorkerz.cmd: Arguments passed to DOS CGI without checking
  101. + /scgi-bin/webfind.exe?keywords=01234567890123456789: May be vulnerable to a buffer overflow (request 2000 bytes of data). Upgrade to WebSitePro 2.5 or greater
  102. + OSVDB-4969: /scgi-bin/ezshopper/search.cgi?user_id=id&database=dbase1.exm&template=../../../../../../../etc/passwd&distinct=1: EZShopper search CGI allows arbitrary files to be read
  103. + OSVDB-2511: /scgi-bin/sbcgi/sitebuilder.cgi: SITEBUILDER v1.4 may allow retrieval of any file. With a valid username and password, request: /<CGIDIR>/sbcgi/sitebuilder.cgi?username=<user>&password=<password>&selectedpage=../../../../../../../../../../etc/passwd
  104. + OSVDB-7715: /scgi-bin/talkback.cgi?article=../../../../../../../../etc/passwd%00&action=view&matchview=1: Talkback CGI displays arbitrary files
  105. + /scgi-bin/classifieds/index.cgi: My Classifieds pre 2.12 is vulnerable to SQL injection attacks.
  106. + /scgi-bin/myguestbook.cgi?action=view: myGuestBook 1.0 may be vulnerable to Cross Site Scripting (XSS) in posted contents. Upgrade to the latest version from http://www.levcgi.com/.  http://www.cert.org/advisories/CA-2000-02.html.
  107. + OSVDB-21366: /scgi-bin/diagnose.cgi: This COWS (CGI Online Worldweb Shopping) script may give system information to attackers, and may be vulnerable to Cross Site Scripting (XSS). http://www.cert.org/advisories/CA-2000-02.html.
  108. + OSVDB-19772: /scgi-bin/title.cgi: HNS's title.cgi is vulnerable to Cross Site Scripting (XSS http://www.cert.org/advisories/CA-2000-02.html) in version 2.00 and earlier, and Lite 0.8 and earlier.
  109. + OSVDB-21365: /scgi-bin/compatible.cgi: This COWS (CGI Online Worldweb Shopping) script may give system information to attackers, and may be vulnerable to Cross Site Scripting (XSS). http://www.cert.org/advisories CA-2000-02.html.
  110. + /scgi-bin/probecontrol.cgi?command=enable&userNikto=cancer&password=killer: This might be interesting... has been seen in web logs from a scanner.
  111. + /scgi-bin/probecontrol.cgi?command=enable&username=cancer&password=killer: This might be interesting... has been seen in web logs from a scanner.
  112. + /scgi-bin/retrieve_password.pl: May not be vulnerable, but see http://www.dcscripts.com/bugtrac/DCForumID7/3.html for information.
  113. + /scgi-bin/wwwadmin.pl: Administration CGI?
  114. + /scgi-bin/webmap.cgi: nmap front end... could be fun
  115. + /scgi-bin/admin/admin.cgi: May be ImageFolio Pro administration CGI. Default login is Admin/ImageFolio.
  116. + /scgi-bin/admin/setup.cgi: May be ImageFolio Pro setup CGI. Default login is Admin/ImageFolio.
  117. + /scgi-bin/mt-static/mt-load.cgi: Movable Type weblog installation CGI found. May be able to reconfigure or reload.
  118. + /scgi-bin/mt/mt-load.cgi: Movable Type weblog installation CGI found. May be able to reconfigure or reload.
  119. + /scgi-bin/dbman/db.cgi?db=no-db: This CGI allows remote attackers to view system information.
  120. + OSVDB-17111: /scgi-bin/dcshop/auth_data/auth_user_file.txt: The DCShop installation allows credit card numbers to be viewed remotely. See dcscripts.com for fix information.
  121. + OSVDB-17111: /scgi-bin/DCShop/auth_data/auth_user_file.txt: The DCShop installation allows credit card numbers to be viewed remotely. See dcscripts.com for fix information.
  122. + OSVDB-596: /scgi-bin/dcshop/orders/orders.txt: The DCShop installation allows credit card numbers to be viewed remotely. See dcscripts.com for fix information.
  123. + OSVDB-596: /scgi-bin/DCShop/orders/orders.txt: The DCShop installation allows credit card numbers to be viewed remotely. See dcscripts.com for fix information.
  124. + /scgi-bin/dumpenv.pl: This CGI gives a lot of information to attackers.
  125. + /scgi-bin/mkilog.exe: This CGI can give an attacker a lot of information.
  126. + /scgi-bin/mkplog.exe: This CGI can give an attacker a lot of information.
  127. + OSVDB-596: /scgi-bin/orders/orders.txt: The DCShop installation allows credit card numbers to be viewed remotely. See dcscripts.com for fix information.
  128. + /scgi-bin/processit.pl: This CGI returns environment variables, giving attackers valuable information.
  129. + /scgi-bin/rpm_query: This CGI allows anyone to see the installed RPMs
  130. + OSVDB-17111: /scgi-bin/shop/auth_data/auth_user_file.txt: The DCShop installation allows credit card numbers to be viewed remotely. See dcscripts.com for fix information.
  131. + OSVDB-596: /scgi-bin/shop/orders/orders.txt: The DCShop installation allows credit card numbers to be viewed remotely. See dcscripts.com for fix information.
  132. + /scgi-bin/ws_ftp.ini: Can contain saved passwords for ftp sites
  133. + /scgi-bin/WS_FTP.ini: Can contain saved passwords for ftp sites
  134. + /scgi-bin/view-source?view-source: This allows remote users to view source code.
  135. + OSVDB-13978: /scgi-bin/ibill.pm: iBill.pm is installed. This may allow brute forcing of passwords.
  136. + OSVDB-9332: /scgi-bin/scoadminreg.cgi: This script (part of UnixWare WebTop) may have a local root exploit. It is also an system admin script and should be protected via the web.
  137. + OSVDB-4663: /scgi-bin/SGB_DIR/superguestconfig: Super GuestBook 1.0 from lasource.r2.ru stores the admin password in a plain text file.
  138. + /scgi-bin/icat: Multiple versions of icat allow attackers to read arbitrary files. Make sure the latest version is running.
  139. + /scgi-bin/nph-showlogs.pl?files=../../&filter=.*&submit=Go&linecnt=500&refresh=0: nCUBE Server Manager 1.0 nph-showlogs.pl directory traversal bug
  140. + OSVDB-6192: /scgi-bin/update.dpgs: Duma Photo Gallery System may allow remote users to write to any file on the system. See http://b0iler.eyeonsecurity.net for details. This could not be remotely tested.
  141. + /scgi-bin/view-source: This may allow remote arbitrary file retrieval.
  142. + /scgi-bin/wrap: This CGI lets users read any file with 755 perms. It should not be in the CGI directory.
  143. + /scgi-bin/cgiwrap: Some versions of cgiwrap allow anyone to execute commands remotely.
  144. + /cgi-sys/Count.cgi: This may allow attackers to execute arbitrary commands on the server
  145. + /scgi-bin/Count.cgi: This may allow attackers to execute arbitrary commands on the server
  146. + /scgi-bin/echo.bat: This CGI may allow attackers to execute remote commands.
  147. + OSVDB-4571: /scgi-bin/ImageFolio/admin/admin.cgi: ImageFolio (default accout Admin/ImageFolio) may allow files to be deleted via URLs like: ?cgi=remove.pl&uid=111.111.111.111&rmstep=2&category=../../../../../../../../../../../etc/
  148. + /scgi-bin/info2www: This CGI allows attackers to execute commands.
  149. + /scgi-bin/infosrch.cgi: This CGI allows attackers to execute commands.
  150. + /scgi-bin/listrec.pl: This CGI allows attackers to execute commands on the host.
  151. + /scgi-bin/mailnews.cgi: Some versions allow attacker to execute commands as http daemon. Upgrade or remove.
  152. + /scgi-bin/mmstdod.cgi: May allow attacker to execute remote commands. Upgrade to version 3.0.26 or higher.
  153. + /scgi-bin/pagelog.cgi: Some versions of this allow you to create system files. Request 'pagelog.cgi?name=../../../../.././tmp/filename' to try.
  154. + /scgi-bin/perl?-v: Perl is installed in the CGI directory. This essentially gives attackers a system shell. Remove Perl from the CGI dir.
  155. + /scgi-bin/perl.exe?-v: Perl is installed in the CGI directory. This essentially gives attackers a system shell. Remove perl.exe from the CGI dir.
  156. + /scgi-bin/perl.exe: Perl is installed in the CGI directory. This essentially gives attackers a system shell. Remove Perl from the CGI dir.
  157. + /scgi-bin/perl: Perl is installed in the CGI directory. This essentially gives attackers a system shell. Remove Perl from the CGI dir.
  158. + /scgi-bin/plusmail: This CGI may allow attackers to execute commands remotely.
  159. + OSVDB-10944: /scgi-bin/scripts/slxweb.dll/getfile?type=Library&file=[invalid fileNikto]: SalesLogix WebClient may allow attackers to execute arbitrary commands on the host.
  160. + OSVDB-10944: /scgi-bin/scripts/slxweb.dll/getfile?type=Library&file=[invalid filename]: SalesLogix WebClient may allow attackers to execute arbitrary commands on the host.
  161. + /scgi-bin/smartsearch.cgi?keywords=|/bin/cat%20/etc/passwd|: To check for remote execution vulnerability use ?keywords=|/bin/ls| or your favorite command
  162. + /scgi-bin/smartsearch/smartsearch.cgi?keywords=|/bin/cat%20/etc/passwd|: To check for remote execution vulnerability use ?keywords=|/bin/ls| or your favorite command
  163. + OSVDB-54034: /scgi-bin/spin_client.cgi?aaaaaaaa: This CGI may be vulnerable to remote execution by sending 8000 x 'a' characters (check to see if you get a 500 error message)
  164. + OSVDB-10598: /scgi-bin/sscd_suncourier.pl: Sunsolve CD script may allow users to execute arbitrary commands. The script was confirmed to exist, but the test was not done.
  165. + OSVDB-13981: /scgi-bin/viralator.cgi: May be vulnerable to command injection, upgrade to 0.9pre2 or newer. This flaw could not be confirmed.
  166. + OSVDB-4854: /scgi-bin/virgil.cgi: The Virgil CGI Scanner 0.9 allows remote users to gain a system shell. This could not be confirmed (try syntax like virgil.cgi?tar=-lp&zielport=31337 to open a connection on port 31337.
  167. + OSVDB-2088: /scgi-bin/vpasswd.cgi: Some versions of this CGI allow attackers to execute commands on your system. Verify this is the latest version available.
  168. + OSVDB-236: /scgi-bin/webgais: The webgais allows attackers to execute commands.
  169. + OSVDB-237: /scgi-bin/websendmail: This CGI may allow attackers to execute arbitrary commands remotely.
  170. + /scgi-bin/wwwwais: wwwais has a vulnerability that lets attackers run commands as http daemon owner. Request 'CGIDIR/wwwais?version=version=123&' and 4096 bytes of garbage.
  171. + /scgi-bin/common/listrec.pl: This CGI allows attackers to execute commands on the host.
  172. + OSVDB-59031: /scgi-bin/stat.pl: Uninets StatsPlus 1.25 from http://www.uninetsolutions.com/stats.html may be vulnerable to command/script injection by manipulating HTTP_USER_AGENT or HTTP_REFERER.
  173. + OSVDB-28: /scgi-bin/cachemgr.cgi: Manager for squid proxy; problem with RedHat 6 making it public, can allow attacker to perform port scans.
  174. + OSVDB-142: /scgi-bin/ppdscgi.exe: PowerPlay Web Edition may allow unauthenticated users to view pages.
  175. + /scgi-bin/webif.cgi: HNS's webif.cgi is vulnerable to allow remote users to rewrite diary entries if 'direct mode' is enabled in version 2.00 and earlier, and Lite 0.8 and earlier.
  176. + /scgi-bin/.cobalt/siteUserMod/siteUserMod.cgi: Older versions of this CGI allow any user to change the administrator password.
  177. + /scgi-bin/webdriver: This CGI often allows anyone to access the Informix DB on the host.
  178. + /scgi-bin/c32web.exe/ChangeAdminPassword: This CGI may contain a backdoor and may allow attackers to change the Cart32 admin password.
  179. + /scgi-bin/cgi-lib.pl: CGI Library. If retrieved check to see if it is outdated, it may have vulns
  180. + /scgi-bin/log/nether-log.pl?checkit: Default Pass: nethernet-rules
  181. + /scgi-bin/mini_logger.cgi: Default password: guest
  182. + /scgi-bin/mt-static/: Movable Type weblog found. May contain security problems in CGIs, weak passwords, and more. Default login 'Melody' with password 'Nelson'.
  183. + /scgi-bin/mt/: Movable Type weblog found. May contain security problems in CGIs, weak passwords, and more. Default login 'Melody' with password 'Nelson'.
  184. + /scgi-bin/nimages.php: Alpha versions of the Nimages package vulnerable to non-specific 'major' security bugs.
  185. + /scgi-bin/robadmin.cgi: Default password: roblog
  186. + /scgi-bin/netpad.cgi: netpad.cgi may be an indication of a malicious user on the system, as it allows web access to the file system. It may also have remote vulnerabilities itself. This should be removed or protected.
  187. + /scgi-bin/troops.cgi: This CGI may be a leftover from a hacked site; may be used to attempt to hack other sites.  It should be investigated further.
  188. + /scgi-bin/unlg1.1: web backdoor by ULG
  189. + /scgi-bin/unlg1.2: web backdoor by ULG
  190. + /scgi-bin/rwwwshell.pl: THC reverse www shell
  191. + /scgi-bin/photo/manage.cgi: My Photo Gallery management interface. May allow full access to photo galleries and more.
  192. + OSVDB-3233: /mailman/listinfo: Mailman was found on the server.
  193. + OSVDB-3093: /scgi-bin/ccbill-local.pl?cmd=MENU: This might be interesting... has been seen in web logs from an unknown scanner.
  194. + OSVDB-3093: /scgi-bin/ccbill-local.cgi?cmd=MENU: This might be interesting... has been seen in web logs from an unknown scanner.
  195. + OSVDB-3093: /scgi-bin/mastergate/search.cgi?search=0&search_on=all: This might be interesting... has been seen in web logs from an unknown scanner.
  196. + OSVDB-3093: /scgi-bin/Backup/add-passwd.cgi: This might be interesting... has been seen in web logs from an unknown scanner.
  197. + OSVDB-1642: /scgi-bin/gbook/gbook.cgi?_MAILTO=xx;ls: gbook.cgi allows command execution.
  198. + OSVDB-7161: /scgi-bin/bslist.cgi?email=x;ls: BSList allows command execution.
  199. + OSVDB-7162: /scgi-bin/bsguest.cgi?email=x;ls: BSGuest allows command execution.
  200. + OSVDB-12184: /index.php?=PHPB8B5F2A0-3C92-11d3-A3A9-4C7B08C10000: PHP reveals potentially sensitive information via certain HTTP requests that contain specific QUERY strings.
  201. + OSVDB-136: /scgi-bin/phf: This allows attackers to read arbitrary files on the system and perhaps execute commands.
  202. + OSVDB-228: /scgi-bin/upload.cgi: The upload.cgi allows attackers to upload arbitrary files to the server.
  203. + OSVDB-127: /scgi-bin/nph-publish.cgi: This CGI may allow attackers to execute arbitrary commands on the server.
  204. + OSVDB-128: /scgi-bin/nph-test-cgi: This CGI lets attackers get a directory listing of the CGI directory.
  205. + OSVDB-2695: /scgi-bin/photo/: My Photo Gallery pre 3.6 contains multiple vulnerabilities including directory traversal, unspecified vulnerabilities and remote management interface access.
  206. + OSVDB-2717: /scgi-bin/include/new-visitor.inc.php: Les Visiteurs 2.0.1 and prior are vulnerable to remote command execution. BID 8902 for exploit example.
  207. + OSVDB-2735: /scgi-bin/musicqueue.cgi: Musicqueue 1.20 is vulnerable to a buffer overflow. Ensure the latest version is installed (exploit not attempted). http://musicqueue.sourceforge.net/
  208. + OSVDB-279: /scgi-bin/windmail: Some versions are vulnerable. Request 'windmail?-n%20c:\boot.ini%20you@youraddress.com' (replace your address) and see if you get the boot.ini file
  209. + OSVDB-279: /scgi-bin/windmail.exe: Some versions are vulnerable. Request 'windmail.exe?-n%20c:\boot.ini%20you@youraddress.com' (replace your address) and see if you get the boot.ini file
  210. + OSVDB-2873: /scgi-bin/gbadmin.cgi?action=change_adminpass: RNN Guestbook 1.2 contains multiple vulnerabilities including remotely changing administrative password, deleting posts, changing the setup, remotely executing commands, and more. By default, the admin password is either 'admin' or 'demo'. See Nov 26, 200
  211. + OSVDB-2873: /scgi-bin/gbadmin.cgi?action=change_automail: RNN Guestbook 1.2 contains multiple vulnerabilities including remotely changing administrative password, deleting posts, changing the setup, remotely executing commands, and more. By default, the admin password is either 'admin' or 'demo'. See Nov 26, 200
  212. + OSVDB-2873: /scgi-bin/gbadmin.cgi?action=colors: RNN Guestbook 1.2 contains multiple vulnerabilities including remotely changing administrative password, deleting posts, changing the setup, remotely executing commands, and more. By default, the admin password is either 'admin' or 'demo'. See Nov 26, 200
  213. + OSVDB-2873: /scgi-bin/gbadmin.cgi?action=setup: RNN Guestbook 1.2 contains multiple vulnerabilities including remotely changing administrative password, deleting posts, changing the setup, remotely executing commands, and more. By default, the admin password is either 'admin' or 'demo'. See Nov 26, 200
  214. + OSVDB-2915: /scgi-bin/gbpass.pl:  RNN Guestbook 1.2 password storage file. Administrative password should be stored in plaintext. Access gbadmin.cgi in the same directory to (ab)use. By default, the admin password is either 'admin' or 'demo'. See Nov 26, 2003 BugTraq post by brainrawt@ha
  215. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/addalink.cgi: Default CGI, often with a hosting manager. No known problems, but host managers allow sys admin via web
  216. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/cgiecho: Default CGI, often with a hosting manager. No known problems, but host managers allow sys admin via web
  217. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/cgiemail: Default CGI, often with a hosting manager. No known problems, but host managers allow sys admin via web
  218. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/countedit: Default CGI, often with a hosting manager. No known problems, but host managers allow sys admin via web
  219. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/domainredirect.cgi: Default CGI, often with a hosting manager. No known problems, but host managers allow sys admin via web
  220. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/entropybanner.cgi: Default CGI, often with a hosting manager. No known problems, but host managers allow sys admin via web
  221. + OSVDB-3092: /cgi-sys/FormMail-clone.cgi: Default CGI, often with a hosting manager. No known problems, but host managers allow sys admin via web
  222. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/FormMail-clone.cgi: Default CGI, often with a hosting manager. No known problems, but host managers allow sys admin via web
  223. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/helpdesk.cgi: Default CGI, often with a hosting manager. No known problems, but host managers allow sys admin via web
  224. + OSVDB-3092: /cgi-sys/mchat.cgi: Default CGI, often with a hosting manager. No known problems, but host managers allow sys admin via web
  225. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/mchat.cgi: Default CGI, often with a hosting manager. No known problems, but host managers allow sys admin via web
  226. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/randhtml.cgi: Default CGI, often with a hosting manager. No known problems, but host managers allow sys admin via web
  227. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/realhelpdesk.cgi: Default CGI, often with a hosting manager. No known problems, but host managers allow sys admin via web
  228. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/realsignup.cgi: Default CGI, often with a hosting manager. No known problems, but host managers allow sys admin via web
  229. + OSVDB-3092: /cgi-sys/scgiwrap: Default CGI, often with a hosting manager. No known problems, but host managers allow sys admin via web
  230. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/scgiwrap: Default CGI, often with a hosting manager. No known problems, but host managers allow sys admin via web
  231. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/signup.cgi: Default CGI, often with a hosting manager. No known problems, but host managers allow sys admin via web
  232. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/GW5/GWWEB.EXE: Groupwise web interface
  233. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/dbmlparser.exe: This might be interesting...
  234. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/: This might be interesting... possibly a system shell found.
  235. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/.fhp: This might be interesting...
  236. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/add_ftp.cgi: This might be interesting...
  237. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/admin.cgi: This might be interesting...
  238. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/admin.php: This might be interesting...
  239. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/admin.php3: This might be interesting...
  240. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/admin.pl: Might be interesting
  241. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/adminhot.cgi: This might be interesting... has been seen in web logs from another CGI scanner.
  242. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/adminwww.cgi: This might be interesting... has been seen in web logs from another CGI scanner.
  243. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/AnyBoard.cgi: This might be interesting...
  244. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/AnyForm: This might be interesting...
  245. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/AnyForm2: This might be interesting...
  246. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/ash: This might be interesting... possibly a system shell found.
  247. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/ax-admin.cgi: This might be interesting...
  248. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/ax.cgi: This might be interesting...
  249. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/axs.cgi: This might be interesting...
  250. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/bash: This might be interesting... possibly a system shell found.
  251. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/bnbform: This might be interesting...
  252. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/bnbform.cgi: This might be interesting...
  253. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/cart.pl: This might be interesting...
  254. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/cgimail.exe: This might be interesting...
  255. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/classifieds: This might be interesting...
  256. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/classifieds.cgi: This might be interesting...
  257. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/clickcount.pl?view=test: This might be interesting...
  258. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/code.php: This might be interesting...
  259. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/code.php3: This might be interesting...
  260. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/count.cgi: This might be interesting...
  261. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/csh: This might be interesting... possibly a system shell found.
  262. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/cstat.pl: This might be interesting...
  263. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/c_download.cgi: This might be interesting...
  264. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/dasp/fm_shell.asp: This might be interesting...
  265. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/day5datacopier.cgi: This might be interesting...
  266. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/dfire.cgi: This might be interesting...
  267. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/dig.cgi: This might be interesting...
  268. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/displayTC.pl: This might be interesting...
  269. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/edit.pl: This might be interesting...
  270. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/enter.cgi: This might be interesting...
  271. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/environ.cgi: This might be interesting...
  272. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/environ.pl: This might be interesting...
  273. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/ex-logger.pl: This might be interesting...
  274. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/excite: This might be interesting...
  275. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/filemail: This might be interesting...
  276. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/filemail.pl: This might be interesting...
  277. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/ftp.pl: This might be interesting... is file transfer allowed?
  278. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/ftpsh: This might be interesting... possibly a system shell found.
  279. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/getdoc.cgi: This might be interesting...
  280. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/glimpse: This might be interesting...
  281. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/hitview.cgi: This might be interesting...
  282. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/jailshell: This might be interesting... possibly a system shell found.
  283. + OSVDB-105: /scgi-bin/jj: Allows attackers to execute commands as http daemon
  284. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/ksh: This might be interesting... possibly a system shell found.
  285. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/log-reader.cgi: This might be interesting...
  286. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/log/: This might be interesting...
  287. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/login.cgi: This might be interesting...
  288. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/login.pl: This might be interesting...
  289. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/logit.cgi: This might be interesting...
  290. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/logs.pl: This might be interesting...
  291. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/logs/: This might be interesting...
  292. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/logs/access_log: This might be interesting...
  293. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/logs/error_log: This might be interesting...
  294. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/lookwho.cgi: This might be interesting...
  295. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/maillist.cgi: This might be interesting...
  296. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/maillist.pl: This might be interesting...
  297. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/man.sh: This might be interesting...
  298. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/meta.pl: This might be interesting...
  299. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/minimal.exe: This might be interesting...
  300. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/nlog-smb.cgi: This might be interesting...
  301. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/nlog-smb.pl: This might be interesting...
  302. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/noshell: This might be interesting... possibly a system shell found.
  303. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/nph-publish: This might be interesting...
  304. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/ntitar.pl: This might be interesting...
  305. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/pass: This could be interesting...
  306. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/passwd: This could be interesting...
  307. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/passwd.txt: This could be interesting...
  308. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/password: This could be interesting...
  309. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/post_query: This might be interesting...
  310. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/pu3.pl: This might be interesting...
  311. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/ratlog.cgi: This might be interesting...
  312. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/responder.cgi: This might be interesting...
  313. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/rguest.exe: This might be interesting...
  314. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/rksh: This might be interesting... possibly a system shell found.
  315. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/rsh: This might be interesting... possibly a system shell found.
  316. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/search.cgi: This might be interesting...
  317. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/search.pl: This might be interesting...
  318. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/session/adminlogin: This might be interesting...
  319. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/sh: This might be interesting... possibly a system shell found.
  320. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/show.pl: This might be interesting...
  321. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/stat/: This might be interesting...
  322. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/stats-bin-p/reports/index.html: This might be interesting...
  323. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/stats.pl: This might be interesting...
  324. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/stats.prf: This might be interesting...
  325. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/stats/: This might be interesting...
  326. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/statsconfig: This might be interesting...
  327. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/stats_old/: This might be interesting...
  328. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/statview.pl: This might be interesting...
  329. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/survey: This might be interesting...
  330. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/survey.cgi: This might be interesting...
  331. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/tablebuild.pl: This might be interesting...
  332. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/tcsh: This might be interesting... possibly a system shell found.
  333. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/test.cgi: This might be interesting...
  334. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/test/test.cgi: This might be interesting...
  335. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/textcounter.pl: This might be interesting...
  336. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/tidfinder.cgi: This might be interesting...
  337. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/tigvote.cgi: This might be interesting...
  338. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/tpgnrock: This might be interesting...
  339. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/ultraboard.cgi: This might be interesting...
  340. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/ultraboard.pl: This might be interesting...
  341. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/viewlogs.pl: This might be interesting...
  342. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/visitor.exe: This might be interesting...
  343. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/w3-msql: This might be interesting...
  344. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/w3-sql: This might be interesting...
  345. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/webais: This might be interesting...
  346. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/webbbs.cgi: This might be interesting...
  347. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/webbbs.exe: This might be interesting...
  348. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/webutil.pl: This might be interesting... has been seen in web logs from another CGI scanner.
  349. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/webutils.pl: This might be interesting... has been seen in web logs from another CGI scanner.
  350. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/webwho.pl: This might be interesting... has been seen in web logs from another CGI scanner.
  351. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/wguest.exe: This might be interesting...
  352. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/www-sql: This might be interesting...
  353. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/wwwboard.cgi.cgi: This might be interesting...
  354. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/wwwboard.pl: This might be interesting...
  355. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/wwwstats.pl: This might be interesting...
  356. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/wwwthreads/3tvars.pm: This might be interesting...
  357. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/wwwthreads/w3tvars.pm: This might be interesting...
  358. + OSVDB-3092: /scgi-bin/zsh: This might be interesting... possibly a system shell found.
  359. + OSVDB-3092: /img-sys/: Default image directory should not allow directory listing.
  360. + OSVDB-3092: /java-sys/: Default Java directory should not allow directory listing.