Enspire eClient SQL injection allows authentication bypass

ID VU:402731
Type cert
Reporter CERT
Modified 2011-10-27T18:38:00



Enspire eClient contains a SQL injection vulnerability that could allow an attacker to bypass authentication and access the system with administrative privileges.


The Enspire software suite includes an eClient web front-end which is susceptible to SQL injection attacks. This can be used to perform an authentication bypass or interact with the back-end database. Depending on the configuration this can lead to the compromise of the underlying host itself. Enspire version and eClient version are reported to be affected. Other versions may also be affected.


An attacker with network access to the Enspire eClient web interface could access the system with administrative privileges and potentially compromise the underlying host.


We are currently unaware of an available solution to this problem.

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Notified: October 17, 2011 Updated: October 24, 2011


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Thanks to Alastair Gray of Graycon Group for reporting this vulnerability.

This document was written by Michael Orlando.

Other Information

CVE IDs: | CVE-2011-1915
Severity Metric:** | 1.76
Date Public:
| 2011-10-27
Date First Published: | 2011-10-27
Date Last Updated: | 2011-10-27 18:38 UTC
Document Revision: | 15