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Date: 4 Feb 2004 08:33:22 -0000
From: ZetaLabs <zetalabs@...e-h.org>
To: bugtraq@...urityfocus.com
Subject: ZH2004-04SA (security advisory): Multiple Sql Injection
    Vulnerabilities in ReviewPost PHP Pro




ZH2004-04SA (security advisory): Multiple Sql Injection Vulnerabilities in ReviewPost PHP Pro

Published: 04 february 2004

Released: 04 february 2004

Name: ReviewPost PHP Pro

Affected Systems: current and prior versions

Issue: Sql Injection Vulnerability

Author: G00db0y from Zone-h Security Labs - zetalabs@...e-h.org

Vendor: http://www.reviewpost.com




Description

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Zone-h Security Team has discovered a flaw in PhotoPost PHP Pro. There is a vulnerability in the current version (and also in prior versions) of PhotoPost PHP Pro that allows an attacker to disclose sensitive information that could be used to gain unauthorized access.
"Your community of users represents a wealth of knowledge. Now your users can help build and maintain your site by writing reviews of any product imaginable. With ReviewPost, you will quickly amass a valuable collection of user opinions about products that relate to your site."





Details

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The problems exist due to insufficient sanitization of user-supplied data. A remote attacker may exploit these issues to influence SQL query logic to disclose sensitive information that could be used to gain unauthorized access.

For example try this:

http://address/directory/showproduct.php?product=[query]

http://address/directory/showcat.php?cat=[query]




Solution:

*********

The vendor has been contacted and a patch was produced:

http://www.photopost.com/members/forum/showthread.php?s=&threadid=98098



G00db0y from Zone-h Security Labs - zetalabs@...e-h.org



http://www.zone-h.org/en/advisories/read/id=3864/


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