GMX Service Center - Blind SQL Injection Vulnerability

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Reporter Vulnerability Research Laboratory - N/A Anonymous
Modified 2011-08-16T00:00:00


                                            Document Title:
GMX Service Center - Blind SQL Injection Vulnerability

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Abstract Advisory Information:
Vulnerability Lab Team discovered a SQL-Injection Vulnerability on the GMX Service Center.

Vulnerability Disclosure Timeline:
2010-07-06:	Vendor Notification
2010-08-02:	Vendor Response/Feedback
2010-10-03:	Vendor Fix/Patch
2011-07-12:	Public or Non-Public Disclosure

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Technical Details & Description:
A blind sql injection vulnerability is detected on the famous gmx service center website.
A remote attacker can inject/execute own sql statements on the affected vulnerable application(dbms).

Vulnerable Module(s):
                                                           [+] Guest DFS - Param

Proof of Concept (PoC):
The blind sql injection vulnerability can be exploited by remote attackers with a low privileged user account. For demonstration or reproduce ... 

1. Request an account for the service center of!
2. After you got a valid session, open up your session with the last request 
3. Open the PoC param & you´ll get a exploitable error
3. The vulnerability is an exploitable blind sql-injection vulnerability

PATH: /de/cgi/dfs_guest/
Include:	 bTwoIOAGJk5mCCEcqz9ARXO3x1smtB%27%20%20AND%201=%271


Solution - Fix & Patch:

Security Risk:
The security risk of the blind sql injection vulnerability is estimated as high.

Credits & Authors:
Vulnerability Research Laboratory - N/A Anonymous

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