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fortunately I use customErrors already as should any good site Please make sure to also map all custom errors to a single error page. See weblogs.asp.net/lasse/archive/2009/04/28/… –Stephen Kennedy Feb 28 '12 at 12:42 This seems to be a default setting in .NET 4.0 - I had the same trouble figuring it out. The workaround right now is a temporary one that can be used until the patch is available to prevent the attack that has been publicly demonstrated. Thanks, Scott ScottGu - Saturday, September 18, 2010 10:43:21 PM @doggy8088, >>>>>>>> The DetectCustomErrorsDisabled3.vbs VBScript looks like scan all of the web.config in all folders and sub-folders that all registered in navigate here

For the purposes of this blog post, my custom 404 page is very simple, but you can see some really nice examples here. 404 It should also work on my websever hosted out in the oort cloud, but it doesn’t. Hope this helps, Scott ScottGu - Saturday, September 18, 2010 10:44:14 PM @James, >>>>>>>> I am under the impression that this vulnerability does not require an error page or even a There are however a few caveats. <a href="http://stackoverflow.com/questions/101693/customerrors-mode-off">http://stackoverflow.com/questions/101693/customerrors-mode-off</a> </p><h2 id="1">Web.config Customerrors Off</h2><p>Pazu - Sunday, September 19, 2010 9:56:39 AM What the heck are you doing with that IDisposable? Reply ardraann None 0 Points 20 Posts Re: Current custom error settings for this application prevent the details of the application err... Would you like to answer one of these unanswered questions instead? </p><p>To the person who was concerned about exposing connection strings in the web.config - I really hope you have a firewall with atleast a basic sensible policy between the Internet and custom error settings Reply multiplex777... i've setup custom errors for all non .NET pages using the IIS error pages module and those work fine. Customerrors Mode= Off / Not Working My post above describes how to do this. </p><p>I have encrypted my sensitive sections of the web.config, such as connection strings. <customerrors Mode="on" This website should be used for informational purposes only. Also if you happen to be returning HttpNotFound() from your controller actions you'll get the same result - this is because MVC simply sets the status code rather than throwing an <a href="http://customerrors.defaultredirect.doesnt.work.ie.winfaults.net/"></a> Thanks, Scott 308 Comments Rushes off to patch web config.. </p><p>We published the workaround because of worries that someone might try to exploit this before a patch is available. Customerrors Mode= On Not Working Tom Resing - Saturday, September 18, 2010 7:25:32 PM How about a visual studio patch so new websites' web.config is setup properly with error.htm and random wait. Arabian vs. Do you have any way of checking that ASP.Net is installed correctly and associated in IIS correctly? </p><h2 id="2"><customerrors Mode="on"</h2><p>Marik - Sunday, September 19, 2010 12:13:35 AM Scott, are you safe if you have set retail = "true" on the deployment tag under machine.config? <a href="https://forums.iis.net/t/1160614.aspx?Custom+Errors+Redirect+doesn+t+work+for+404+Not+Found+Error">https://forums.iis.net/t/1160614.aspx?Custom+Errors+Redirect+doesn+t+work+for+404+Not+Found+Error</a> i have added the tag to the web.config file for … RemoteOnly" defaultRedirect … when i first configured it, and now it won't work. Web.config Customerrors Off Thanks in advance Reply Bruce L Star 12480 Points 2832 Posts Re: Current custom error settings for this application prevent the details of the application err... Customerrors Mode= Off Hope this helps, Scott ScottGu - Saturday, September 18, 2010 10:50:48 PM @Josh, >>>>>>> What is the mechanism which prevent *.config files from being downloaded out of the box? </p><p>you'll have to use the IIS error page <system.webServer> <httpErrors> <remove statusCode="403" subStatusCode="-1" /> <error statusCode="403" prefixLanguageFilePath="" path="/error/403.aspx" responseMode="ExecuteURL" /> </httpErrors> </system.webServer> Bruce, Dec 11, 2012 #2 AlanH I appreciate <a href="http://swirlvision.com/customerrors-mode/customerrors-remoteonly-defaultredirect.html">check over here</a> Not the answer you're looking for? Jun 01, 2011 03:53 AM|usman_sodon|LINK i tried , but same message Reply Leonard Radu None 0 Points 1 Post Re: Current custom error settings for this application prevent the details of If so, which status code? <configuration> <system.web> <customerrors Mode="off"/> </system.web> </configuration> </p><p>Are you planning to remove it entirely? You can download the .vbs script here. Install version 2.0 in your server and make sure your web project is using .Net Framework 2.0 version Reply multiplex777... <a href="http://swirlvision.com/customerrors-mode/customerrors-defaultredirect-example.html">http://swirlvision.com/customerrors-mode/customerrors-defaultredirect-example.html</a> Thank you for your answer! </p><p>Hope this helps all those that are still having this issue. Customerrors Redirectmode Browse other questions tagged c# asp.net web-config or ask your own question. Instead redirect everyone to /Not-Found. <h2 id="9">Jim Harte - Saturday, September 18, 2010 2:42:44 PM I have a asp.net website on shared web hosting. </h2></p><p>I believe the script will handle this correctly assuming a parent folder has the section defined correctly within it. This will be fixed in next service pack.Click to expand... share|improve this answer answered Sep 2 '11 at 18:15 Roman 8771118 we had same issue. "connectionstrings" node was causing error under framework 1.1, whereas app should have been 2.0 Customerrors Not Working Preview this book » What people are saying-Write a reviewLibraryThing ReviewUser Review - rtipton - LibraryThingThis is a great book for someone needing to learn ASP.NET using the C# language. </p><p>In the IIS Manager go to the Sites Directory 2. Hope this helps, Scott ScottGu - Saturday, September 18, 2010 7:58:36 PM @jangwenyi >>>>>>> This is serious I think and we need to apply the workaround as recommended. There I set Enable 32-Bit Applications to True. <a href="http://swirlvision.com/customerrors-mode/customerrors-defaultredirect.html">http://swirlvision.com/customerrors-mode/customerrors-defaultredirect.html</a> The fact that an error was returned, or any other abnormal response is enough to use the exploit. </p><p>I don't do a lot of ASP.NET development, but I remember the custom errors thing has a setting for only displaying full error text on the server, as a security measure. Is X+X finitely representable in X? This seems to enable decrypting of ViewState only, is there another related vulnerability that also allows the information disclosure? http://forums.asp.net/t/1603804.aspx jangwenyi - Saturday, September 18, 2010 12:13:48 PM Will the ASP.NET MVC too get affected? </p><p>To be clear ANY version of .NET code running in the web is vulnerable including all versions 1.1, 2.0, 3.0, 3.5 and 4.0. TikZ:Anchor current page north west isn't where expected Mountainering with 6 y.o. ASP.NET MVC doesn't have viewstate that need to be encrypted. The site I'm working on now uses Forms authentication and if I login then try to get to a page that is on the root of the site that does not </p><p>To verify the change has been made, try accessing a URL on your site/application that has a querystring with an aspxerrorpath and verify that an HTTP error is sent back from One of the ways this attack works is that looks for differentiation between 404s and 500 errors. For example, if I am hosting 20 sites and 8 of them are patched, are those 8 vulnerable because the other 12 are not patched? Ideally (and I expect such is the case with some other frameworks/servers) we would just configure our custom error pages in one place and it would just work, no matter how/where </p><p>foo.html) or a URL that doesn't match our routing configuration (e.g. /foo/bar/foo/bar) we get the standard IIS 404 error page. Unfortunately this will only work in ASP.NET MVC applications which hardly ever rely on embedded web resources. Feb 14, 2014 05:38 AM|Leonard Radu|LINK Hi all, Before to modify files like web.config and others make sure that all the services behind the specified application are running with "Log on Hope this helps, Scott ScottGu - Saturday, September 18, 2010 10:54:33 PM @Martin, >>>>>>>>>I'm still not clear how this affects ASP.NET MVC in particular. </p><p>No, it's not even "MS should produce perfect code that has no vulnerabilities" as that is as equally an impossible state to reach as the expectation that every administrator knows each Also note that I'm using a html page again, not aspx. One of the ways this attack works is that it looks for differentiation between 404s and 500 errors. But for right now I'd recommend not differentiating between 404s and 500s to clients. </p><p>We'll then fix the root issue in a patch. Martin Aatmaa - Saturday, September 18, 2010 5:35:00 PM Hi, Really appreciate the heads up! </p> </div><!--//content--> </div><!--//section-inner--> </section><!--//section--> </div><!--//primary--> </div><!--//row--> </div><!--//masonry--> <!-- ******FOOTER****** --> <footer class="footer"> <div class="container text-center"> <p>© Copyright 2017 <span>swirlvision.com</span>. 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