La Poste FR Website - Multiple SQL Injection Vulnerabilities

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Reporter Vulnerability Research Laboratory - Alexander Fuchs (A-HEALL) Vulnerability Research Laboratory - Chokri B.A. (Me!ster)
Modified 2011-09-12T00:00:00


                                            Document Title:
La Poste FR Website - Multiple SQL Injection Vulnerabilities

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Product & Service Introduction:
La Poste is the mail service of France, which also operates postal services in the French Overseas Departments 
of Réunion, Guadeloupe, Martinique and French Guiana, and the territorial collectivities of Saint Pierre and 
Miquelon and Mayotte. It is headquartered in the 15th arrondissement of Paris.

La Poste postage stamps are valid for use in the Overseas Departments, but not in the Territorial Collectivities, 
which issue their own stamps, separate from metropolitan France. It also operates the postal service in Monaco, 
while in Andorra, it operates postal services alongside those of Spain.

In addition to postal services, it also offers banking services (with La Banque Postale) and, via Chronopost, 
courier services. After the government, La Poste is the second biggest employer in France. It also offers webmail, 
providing email addresses and hosts approximately 1.6 million active email accounts.  La Poste owns 
German parcel delivery company Deutscher Paket Dienst (DPD).

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Abstract Advisory Information:
A Vulnerability-Lab Team Researcher discovered multiple sql injection vulnerabilities on La Poste`s (FR) vendor website.

Vulnerability Disclosure Timeline:
2011-09-06:	Vendor Notification
2011-09-08:	Vendor Response/Feedback
2011-09-10:	Vendor Fix/Patch
2011-09-12:	Public or Non-Public Disclosure

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Technical Details & Description:
Multiple SQL Injection vulnerabilities are detected on the LaPoste website. Remote attackers can inject/execute own 
sql statements on the affected application dbms. Successful exploitation of the bugs can lead to server & dbms 
compromise via sql injection attack.

Vulnerable Module(s):
                                                                 [+] Index - (?uid)
								 [+] Index - (?pdt_id)


Proof of Concept (PoC):
The vulnerabilities can be exploited by remote attackers to take over the application dbms. For demonstration or reproduce ...



Security Risk:
The security risk of the sql injection vulnerabilities are estimated as critical(-).

Credits & Authors:
Vulnerability Research Laboratory - Alexander Fuchs (A-HEALL)
Vulnerability Research Laboratory - Chokri B.A. (Me!ster)

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