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Apache CouchDB Fauxton Panel - Detect

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What is the "Apache CouchDB Fauxton Panel - Detect?"

The "Apache CouchDB Fauxton Panel - Detect" module is designed to detect the presence of the Apache CouchDB Fauxton panel. This module focuses on identifying misconfigurations or vulnerabilities related to the Fauxton panel. The severity of this module is classified as informative, meaning it provides valuable information but does not pose an immediate threat.

Author: pdteam


This module aims to provide insights into the presence of the Apache CouchDB Fauxton panel. It does not directly impact the system or introduce any changes. Instead, it helps users identify potential security risks or misconfigurations that may exist within their CouchDB installation.

How does the module work?

The "Apache CouchDB Fauxton Panel - Detect" module utilizes HTTP request templates and matching conditions to identify the presence of the Fauxton panel. It performs a specific set of checks to determine if the targeted software is running and accessible.

One example of an HTTP request used by this module is:

GET / HTTP/1.1
Host: [target_host]

The module then evaluates the response received from the target host based on defined matching conditions. In this case, it searches for the presence of the "<title>Project Fauxton</title>" HTML tag within the response. If this tag is found, it indicates that the Apache CouchDB Fauxton panel is present.

Matching conditions:

- Part: All - Type: Word - Words: <title>Project Fauxton</title> - Negative: False - Condition: And

The module's matching conditions are configured to ensure that all conditions are met for a positive match. If the conditions are satisfied, the module reports the detection of the Apache CouchDB Fauxton panel.


- Max Request: 1

Module preview

Concurrent Requests (0)
Passive global matcher
word: <title>Project Fauxton</title>
On match action
Report vulnerability