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The "APC UPC Multimon Status Page - Detect" module is designed to detect the presence of the Multimon UPS status page on a target system. This module is part of the Vidoc platform, which performs scanning and testing for misconfigurations, vulnerabilities, and software fingerprints.
The Multimon UPS status page is a web interface provided by the APC UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply) software. It allows users to monitor the status of their UPS devices, including information about power supply, battery status, and other relevant metrics.
This module has an informative severity level, meaning it provides valuable information but does not indicate a critical vulnerability or misconfiguration.
The detection of the Multimon UPS status page does not directly imply any impact or risk. It simply indicates that the web interface is accessible and can be used for monitoring purposes. However, it is important to ensure that the Multimon UPS status page is properly secured and not exposed to unauthorized access.
The "APC UPC Multimon Status Page - Detect" module works by sending HTTP requests to specific paths on the target system. It checks for the presence of the Multimon: UPS Status Page string in the response content and verifies that the HTTP status code is 200 (OK).
Example HTTP request:
The module uses two matching conditions:- Matcher 1: It checks if the response content contains the string "Multimon: UPS Status Page". This ensures that the Multimon UPS status page is detected. - Matcher 2: It verifies that the HTTP status code is 200, indicating a successful response. This confirms that the target system is accessible and the Multimon UPS status page is available.
The module combines these matching conditions using the "and" logical operator, meaning both conditions must be met for the detection to be successful.
For more information, you can refer to the following resources:- http://www.apcupsd.org/ - https://www.exploit-db.com/ghdb/752
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