Unreferenced Source Code Disclosure

Impact: High


Unreferenced Source Code Disclosure is a vulnerability that occurs when a backup file or source code file of an application is accessible to users, potentially revealing sensitive information such as credentials, API keys, or proprietary algorithms. This exposure can happen due to misconfigurations or vulnerabilities in the web server or application.


To mitigate Unreferenced Source Code Disclosure, remove the file or limit access to it.


Last updated on May 13, 2024

This issue is available in SmartScanner Professional

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