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Date: 26 Nov 2005 12:10:19 -0000
From: r0xes@....org
To: bugtraq@...urityfocus.com
Subject: XSS in PBLang 4.65 Profile.php/UCP.php


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**Who's got the magic stick? It sure as hell ain't
**50 Cent.****************************************
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Excuse me for posting again (within minutes) but I did not properly check the other forms.

In UCP.php, when editing your profile, in several fields you can inject code into the page, just as in the SendPm.php.

EX: Input table: "URL"
'';!--"<script>alert(String.fromCharCode(88,83,83));   </script>

The reason we cannot just do alert("sometext"); here is because this time our input is filtered and the quotes have \'s before them (single or not).

All field areas (besides password) are useable. I could not try alias as the board would not allow me to do so.
Even the email field is vulnerable, so long as you put an email first (like dude@...t.com'';!--"<mycode>).

In "User Options", signature or 'saying' are not vulnerable, but URL Avatar is.

Again,
comments - suggestions - questions - flames - r0xes at 7NA dot org


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