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Date: Mon, 27 Jun 2011 15:53:27 +0800
From: YGN Ethical Hacker Group <>
Subject: Re: CVE request: Joomla unspecified information
 disclosure vulnerability

Path Disclosure should better be regarded as more closely related to
server-side issue.
It may be too redundant or unnecessary to create one path disclosure
issue per CVE.

Another Path Disclosure issue in Joomla! 1.6.1

Almost all php CMS applications have this issue going on where  some
of them are listed at:

Best regards,
YGN Ethical Hacker Group
Yangon, Myanmar
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On Fri, Jun 24, 2011 at 3:46 AM, Josh Bressers <> wrote:
> ----- Original Message -----
>> Couldn't find a CVE-identifier for this issue. Joomla does have too
>> many vulnerabilities. Joomla prior to 1.5.23 contains a flaw that may
>> lead to an unauthorized information disclosure. Should this one get a
>> 2010 or 2011 identifier?
>> Reported: 2010-12-08
>> Joomla advisory: 2011-04-01
>> Release with a fix (version 1.5.23): 2011-04-04
>> References:
>> I hope this request isn't duplicate. I included oCERT to this email as
>> Joomla is part of that group. Please notify me and mailing-list if
>> this issue already has a CVE-identifier.
> I'm giving this CVE-2011-2488.
> While the flaw was reported in 2010 they claim, I consider 2011 when
> it went public.
> Thanks.
> --
>    JB

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