[CVE-2015-7670] Multiple SQL Injection in Support Ticket System 1.2 WordPress plugin

Type securityvulns
Reporter Securityvulns
Modified 2015-10-26T00:00:00


Vulnerability title: SQL Injection in Support Ticket System 1.2 WordPress plugin CVE: CVE-2015-7670 Vendor: Tim Dahlmanns Product: Support Ticket System Affected version: 1.2 Fixed version: 1.2.1 Reported by: Iberia Medeiros

Vulnerability Details:

It was discovered that no protection against SQL injection attack was implemented, resulting in an attacker being able to retrieve users and ticket data from database; and insert data about users and tickets in the database; then using these data in future attacks.

The Support Ticket System 1.2 WordPress plugin is vulnerable to 5 SQLI injection (SQLI) vulnerabilities. The includes/update.php file is vulnerable to SQLI attacks via $user and $id parameters.

System affected:

Any system that access to a web site developed by WordPress CMS version 4.3.1 or earier and uses the Support Ticket System v.1.2 or early.




Update to Support Ticket System v.1.2.1 plugin https://wordpress.org/plugins/simple-support-ticket-system/

Disclosure Timeline:

Vendor notification: September 29, 2015 Vendor fixed vulnerability: October 6, 2015 Public advisory: October 6, 2015 Public disclosure: October 6, 2015