[原文]Allaire JRun 2.3.3 server allows remote attackers to compile and execute JSP code by inserting it via a cross-site scripting (CSS) attack and directly calling the com.livesoftware.jrun.plugins.JSP JSP servlet.
Jrun contains a vulnerability that allows a user to compile and execute JSP code from an arbitrary file on the webserver's filesystem. This bug is due to the way JSP execution is invoked -- if a requested filename/path is prefixed with '/servlet/'. If a user specifies "../" paths as part of a "/servlet/" request, it is possible to access documents outside of the webroot.
The document specified (the complete path must be known by the attacker) will then be compiled and executed as a JSP script. This can be a serious vulnerability if an attacker can send user-input to a file on the filesystem. An example of this is a guestbook application - a malicious user could put JSP code into a guestbook file and then have it executed through this bug (as long as the location of the file is known).
If exploited successfully this can lead to a complete compromise of the host.