SMF Board v2.0.2 - Multiple Web Vulnerabilities
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The Vulnerability Laboratory Research Team discovered multiple web vulnerabilities in the official SMF v2.0.2 (Forum Application).
2012-06-23: Public or Non-Public Disclosure
SMF Product: Simple Machines Forum v2.0.2
Multiple persistent input validation vulnerabilities are detected in the official SMF v2.0.2 (Board|Forum Application) CMS. The bugs allow remote attackers to implement/inject malicious script code on the application side (persistent). The persistent vulnerabilities are located in the package manager, smiley sets, newsletter and edit members or groups with the vulnerable bound post parameters local path url, username, url, emails & title. Exploitation requires low user inter action & privileged application user account. Successful exploitation of the vulnerability can lead to session hijacking (admin/mod/user) or stable (persistent) manipulation of the web application context.
Vulnerable Section(s): [+] Package Manager > Download New Packages > FTP Information Required [+] Smiley Sets > Add [+] Newsletter > Add [+] My Community > Administration Center > Membergroups > Edit Membergroups
Vulnerable Module(s): [+] Local path to SMF & Username [Packages] [+] URL [+] Name of emails [+] Name & Group Title
The persistent input validation vulnerability can be exploited by remote attacker with local low privileged user account & low required user inter action. For demonstration or reproduce ...
Review: Package Manager > Download New Packages > FTP Information Required (Listing)
<dd> <input size="30" name="ftp_server" id="ftp_server" type="text"><[PERSISTENT SCRIPT CODE]' <"="" class="input_text"> <label for="ftp_port">Port: </label> <input type="text" size="3" name="ftp_port" id="ftp_port" value="21" class="input_text" />
<dd> <input size="50" name="ftp_path" id="ftp_path" value="public_html/demo/smf " type="text"><[PERSISTENT SCRIPT CODE])' <"="" style="width: 99%;" class="input_text"> </dd> </dl> <div class="righttext">
Review: Smiley Sets > Add
<tr class="windowbg" id="list_smiley_set_list_0"> <td style="text-align: center;"></td> <td class="windowbg">Akyhne's Set</td> <td class="windowbg">"><[PERSISTENT SCRIPT CODE]' <="" <strong=""> akyhne</strong>/...</td>
Review: Newsletter > Add
<input name="email_force" value="0" type="hidden"> <input name="total_emails" value="1" type="hidden"> <input name="max_id_member" value="13" type="hidden"> <input name="groups" value="0,1,2,3" type="hidden"> <input name="exclude_groups" value="0,1,2,3" type="hidden"> <input name="members" value="" type="hidden"> <input name="exclude_members" value="" type="hidden"> <input name="emails" value="" type="hidden"><[PERSISTENT SCRIPT CODE])' <"=""> </form> </div> <br class="clear" /> </div>
Review: Edit Membergroups & User/Groups Listing
<h3 class="catbg">Edit Membergroup - "><[PERSISTENT SCRIPT CODE])' <"=""><[PERSISTENT SCRIPT CODE]) <" ><ifram </h3> </div> <div class="windowbg2"> <span class="topslice"><span></span></span>
URL: http://127.0.0.1:1339/smf/index.php?action=admin;area=membergroups;sa=index;b74f235ec=2b30f2b9aad6e26815e1c18594922b37 URL: http://127.0.0.1:1339/smf/index.php?action=admin;area=membergroups;sa=add;b74f235ec=2b30f2b9aad6e26815e1c18594922b37
The security risk of the persistent input validation vulnerabilities are estimated as medium(+).
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