Apache – CVE-2004-1834


Kayran has detected that the mod_disk_cache stores sensitive headers in the Version of Apache HTTP Server being used.
Also known as CVE-2004-1834.

The mod_disk_cache in your Apache stores client headers, that includes authentication information on a hard disk.
That will assist attackers in obtaining sensitive information (Information Disclosure).

When this information is disclosed, it will assist attackers in performing attacks against your assets.


To fix CVE-2004-1834, upgrade the version of Apache HTTP Server being used to 2.0.53.



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