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Date: Sat, 1 Sep 2012 08:27:46 GMT
From: sschurtz@...ksecurity.de
To: bugtraq@...urityfocus.com
Subject: Admidio 2.3.5 Multiple security vulnerabilities

Advisory:		Admidio 2.3.5 Multiple security vulnerabilities
Advisory ID:		SSCHADV2012-019
Author:			Stefan Schurtz
Affected Software:	Successfully tested on Admidio 2.3.5
Vendor URL:		http://www.admidio.org/
Vendor Status:		fixed

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Vulnerability Description
==========================

Admidio 2.3.5 is prone to XSS and SQLi vulnerabilities

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PoC-Exploit
==================

//SQLi

http://[target]/admidio-2.3.5/adm_program/modules/lists/lists.php?active_role=[sql-injection]

//XSS

http://[target]/admidio-2.3.5/adm_program/modules/guestbook/guestbook_new.php?headline=" onmouseover=alert(/xss/) "

=========
Solution
=========

Upgrade to the latest version 2.3.6

====================
Disclosure Timeline
====================

21-Aug-2012 - developer informed
21-Aug-2012 - feedback from developer
28-Aug-2012 - fixed in version 2.3.6

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Credits
========

Vulnerabilities found and advisory written by Stefan Schurtz.

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References
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http://www.admidio.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=5108
http://www.darksecurity.de/advisories/2012/SSCHADV2012-019.txt

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