Digital Scribe 1.4.1 Multiple SQL Injection Vulnerabilities

2009-12-11T00:00:00
ID 1337DAY-ID-10195
Type zdt
Reporter Salvatore Fresta
Modified 2009-12-11T00:00:00

Description

Exploit for unknown platform in category web applications

                                        
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Digital Scribe 1.4.1 Multiple SQL Injection Vulnerabilities
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Digital Scribe 1.4.1 Multiple SQL Injection Vulnerabilities
 
 Name              Digital Scribe
 Vendor            http://www.digital-scribe.org
 Versions Affected 1.4.1
 
 
X. INDEX
 
 I.    ABOUT THE APPLICATION
 II.   DESCRIPTION
 III.  ANALYSIS
 IV.   SAMPLE CODE
 V.    FIX
 VI.   DISCLOSURE TIMELINE
 
 
I. ABOUT THE APPLICATION
 
The Digital Scribe is a free, intuitive system designed to
help teachers put  student work  and homework  assignments
online.
 
 
II. DESCRIPTION
 
This  application  is  affected   by  many  SQL  Injection
security flaws. In order to exploit they, the Magic Quotes
GPG (php.ini) must  be  Off  except one.
I tested 1.4.1 version only, however other versions may be
also vulnerable.
 
 
III. ANALYSIS
 
Summary:
 
 A) Multiple SQL Injection
 
A) Multiple SQL Injection
 
Multiple SQL Injection issues  has been found  in  Digital
Scribe version 1.4.1  and  no authentication  is  required
in order to exploit these vulnerabilities.
The most  issues  required  the Magic Quotes GPG setted to
off except one (stuworkdisplay.php).
For semplicity  I reported only  this  last one vulnerable
code.
 
Vulnerable code:
 
........
 
 $show = mysql_query("SELECT * FROM ".$conf['tbl']['projecttable']."
WHERE(ID=$HTTP_GET_VARS[ID])");
 
........
 
 
IV. SAMPLE CODE
 
http://site/path/stuworkdisplay.php?ID=-1) UNION ALL SELECT
version(),user(),3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11%23
 
 
V. FIX
 
$id = intval($_GET['ID']);
$show = mysql_query("SELECT * FROM ".$conf['tbl']['projecttable']."
WHERE(ID=$id)");
 
 
VIII. DISCLOSURE TIMELINE
 
2009-12-11 Bug discovered
2009-12-11 Initial vendor contact
2009-12-11 Advisory Release



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