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Date: 26 Aug 2007 04:22:42 -0000
From: DoZ@...kersCenter.com
To: bugtraq@...urityfocus.com
Subject: InterWorx-CP Multiple HTML Injections Vulnerabilitie

[HSC] InterWorx-CP Multiple HTMl Injection Vulnerabilities 

The InterWorx Hosting Control Panel (InterWorx-CP) is a dedicated 
server control panel. InterWorx suffers from multiple HTMl injection
vulnerabilities. JavaScript and Cross site scripting are just few found 
vulns, more sophisticated attacks such as remote file inclusion or even 
SQl injection may be possible. An attacker could exploit this vulnerability 
to have arbitrary script code execute in the context of the affected site. 
This may allow an attacker to steal cookie-based authentication credentials 
and to launch other attacks.


Hackers Center Security Group (http://www.hackerscenter.com)
Credit: Doz


Remote: Yes
Local: Yes
Class: Input Validation Error



Products:

- InterWorx-CP Webmaster Level (SiteWorx) v3.0.2
- InterWorx-CP Server Admin Level (NodeWorx) v3.0.2

Vendor: InterWorx L.L.C. http://interworx.com 


* Attackers can exploit these issues via a web client.



# Remote Holes:  

/nodeworx/index.php/<Evil(XSS)-Code>

/siteworx/index.php/<Evil(XSS)-Code>


# Local Holes: 

* (NodeWorx)

/nodeworx/nodeworx.php/<Evil-Code>
/nodeworx/users.php/<Evil-Code>
/nodeworx/lang.php/<Evil-Code>
/nodeworx/themes.php/<Evil-Code>
/nodeworx/setup.php/<Evil-Code>
/nodeworx/siteworx.php/<Evil-Code>
/nodeworx/packages.php/<Evil-Code>
/nodeworx/backup.php/<Evil-Code>
/nodeworx/import.php/<Evil-Code>
/nodeworx/scriptworx.php/<Evil-Code>
/nodeworx/resellers.php/<Evil-Code>
/nodeworx/reseller-packages.php/<Evil-Code>
/nodeworx/http.php/<Evil-Code>
/nodeworx/mail.php/<Evil-Code>
/nodeworx/ftp.php/<Evil-Code>
/nodeworx/mysql.php/<Evil-Code>
/nodeworx/sshd.php/<Evil-Code>
/nodeworx/nfs.php/<Evil-Code>
/nodeworx/cron.php/<Evil-Code>
/nodeworx/ip.php/<Evil-Code>
/nodeworx/firewall.php/<Evil-Code>
/nodeworx/updates.php/<Evil-Code>
/nodeworx/rrd.php/<Evil-Code>
/nodeworx/cluster.php/<Evil-Code>


* (SiteWorx)

/siteworx/siteworx.php/<Evil-Code>
/siteworx/users.php/<Evil-Code>
/siteworx/cron.php
/siteworx/prefs.php
/siteworx/ftp.php/<Evil-Code>
/siteworx/mysql.php/<Evil-Code>
/siteworx/domains.php/<Evil-Code>
/siteworx/htaccess.php/<Evil-Code>
/siteworx/scriptworx.php/<Evil-Code>
/siteworx/stats.php/<Evil-Code>
/siteworx/backup.php/<Evil-Code>
/siteworx/restore.php/<Evil-Code>
/siteworx/httpd.php/<Evil-Code>




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