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Date: Fri, 26 Jan 2007 09:17:25 +0100
From: Matteo Beccati <php@...cati.com>
To: bugtraq@...urityfocus.com, full-disclosure@...ts.grok.org.uk,
	phpsec@...arch.com
Cc: Jennifer Langdon <jennifer.langdon@...net>,
	Oliver George <oliver.george@...nads.org>
Subject: [OPENADS-SA-2007-002] Max Media Manager v0.1.29 and v0.3.30 vulnerability
 fixed

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Openads security advisory                            OPENADS-SA-2007-002
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Advisory ID:           OPENADS-SA-2007-002
Date:                  2007-Jan-25
Security risk:         low risk
Applications affetced: Max Media Manager
Versions affected:     <= Max Media Manager v0.1.29-rc and v0.3.30-alpha
Versions not affected: >= Max Media Manager v0.3.31-alpha-pr2
========================================================================


========================================================================
Vulnerability:  Cross-site scripting
========================================================================

Description
-----------
This is the description of the vulnerability recieved by JPCERT:

"We have confirmed that in admin-search.php, scripts included in
'keyword' parameter is shown without proper sanitization thus the
script could be executed.

However a user needs to login the system as administrator, which makes
the exploit technically difficult.

If this vulnerability is exploited, by script execution, a user's
session ID included in HTTP Cookie might be stolen. Also there's a risk
that the contents of phpAdsNew are falsified temporarily."

Note: Max Media Manager is derived from phpAdsNew and was affected by
the same vulnerability. MMM v0.3.30-alpha also has affiliate-search.php
which was vulnerable as well.


References
----------
- JVN#07274813: http://jvn.jp/jp/JVN%2307274813/index.html


Solution
--------
- If you are running v0.3.x, upgrade to v0.3.30-alpha-pr2
- If you are running v0.1.x, a patch is available here:

https://developer.openads.org/changeset/3919?format=zip&new=3919


Contact informations
====================

The security contact for Openads can be reached at:
<security AT openads DOT org>


Best regards
--
Matteo Beccati
http://www.openads.org
http://phpadsnew.com
http://phppgads.com

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