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From: spiffomatic64 at hotmail.com (spiffomatic 64)
Subject: WebCT: Cross Site Scripting Vulnerability

Vendor : WEBCT
URL : http://webct.com/
Version : WebCT Campus Edition
Risk : Cross site scripting

Description: WebCT is the world's leading provider of e-learning systems for 
educational institutions.

	WebCT's vision is to deliver innovative e-learning solutions to help 
institutions improve educational outcomes for students around the world.

WebCT is a trusted industry leader in providing e-learning systems for 
educational institutions. Thousands of institutions in more than 70 
countries worldwide are expanding the boundaries of teaching and learning 
with WebCT.


Cross site scripting: The filtering script for the discussion board doesnt 
filter iframe, img, or object. All of which can take advantage of xss and 
because of the way my schoo was setup this lead to full access to their 
email, and account information.

Solution: The easiest way would be to just disallow iframe,img,and object 
tags or html tags at all.

Credits: Credits goto http://hackthissite.org. It provided a nice, open, 
legal environment for me to try new things and learn from those who know. A 
place where you are not reprimanded even if u deface a page or two. A place 
where I started with no knowledge and in less than a year found new 
vulnerabilities of my own. Thank you http://hackthissite.org. Lab rats: The 
Nick's, Shrinidhi, Charbel and most importantly to Halley, you give me the 
strength and courage to do all that I do, without you I am nothing. Thank 
you sweetheart.

Exploit: This is exploited using iframe,img, or object tags to redirect you 
to a maliscious site.

Spiffomatic64
Hacking is an art-form


--Look out for the winking man...
http://spiffomatic64.com

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