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Date: Wed, 26 May 2010 21:33:41 +0100
From: Benji <me@...ji.com>
To: MustLive <mustlive@...security.com.ua>
Cc: full-disclosure@...ts.grok.org.uk
Subject: Re: Vulnerabilities in DS-Syndicate for Joomla

aww shucks, I love you too

On Wed, May 26, 2010 at 9:31 PM, MustLive <mustlive@...security.com.ua>wrote:

> Hello Benji!
>
> It's good that you are drawing attention to my advisories, but very often
> your letters are unequal and not serious. So I've put you in my blacklist.
> I
> already wrote recommendation for people to the list, to use your time
> wisely. And because you can't do it by yourself (as it clear), I'll help
> you. I hope now you'll become using your time more wisely.
>
>
>  so you've moved from discovering leet xss vulnerabilities
>>
>
> I'm discovering any vulnerabilities which I meet during my researchers. I
> have no prejudice for any of classes from WASC TC v1/v2. If you have some
> problems with XSS or any other class of vulnerabilities, it's your own
> problems (as I already mentioned to the list concerning moaning about XSS).
>
>  to publishing old exploits?
>>
>
> I don't think it's old. While there are web sites with this vulnerability,
> it'll be not old and actual. I found these vulnerabilities in 2009 at one
> web site (and after my announce in 2010 I checked it on other web sites),
> so that time were sites with these holes, and now there are sites with
> them.
>
> And in my second advisory about DS-Syndicate, which I have published even
> before you wrote me your letter, I wrote about new vulnerabilities which I
> recently found in this plugin. So if you were looking for some fresh holes,
> you could easily found them.
>
>
>  I would offer you a sec. job, but unfortunately I think you're too
>> qualified.
>>
>
> Thanks for offer :-). But I don't need offers from not serious people
> (including you).
>
> Also note that from my side, I'd never offer you a security job, because I
> need only serious employee. It's my main criterion for all kind of job,
> including security job.
>
>
> Best wishes & regards,
> MustLive
> Administrator of Websecurity web site
> http://websecurity.com.ua
>
> ----- Original Message ----- From: Benji
> To: MustLive
> Cc: full-disclosure@...ts.grok.org.uk
> Sent: Sunday, May 23, 2010 1:55 PM
> Subject: Re: [Full-disclosure] Vulnerabilities in DS-Syndicate for Joomla
>
>
>
> oh cool, so you've moved from discovering leet xss vulnerabilities to
> publishing old exploits?
>
> I would offer you a sec. job, but unfortunately I think you're too
> qualified.
>
>
> On Sat, May 22, 2010 at 4:09 PM, MustLive <mustlive@...security.com.ua>
> wrote:
>
> Hello Full-Disclosure!
>
> I want to warn you about security vulnerabilities in plugin DS-Syndicate
> for
> Joomla.
>
> -----------------------------
> Advisory: Vulnerabilities in DS-Syndicate for Joomla
> -----------------------------
> URL: http://websecurity.com.ua/4003/
> -----------------------------
> Affected products: all versions of DS-Syndicate for Joomla.
> -----------------------------
> Timeline:
>
> 16.08.2009 - found vulnerabilities.
> 04.03.2010 - announced at my site. And after making of announcement of
> these
> vulnerabilities, I found that already in 2008 this SQLi vulnerability was
> found by boom3rang (before I found it in 2009). Which disclosed exploit for
> it at milw0rm.com (http://www.milw0rm.com/exploits/6792). So boom3rang
> first
> found SQLi, and I first found Full path disclosure in this plugin.
> 09.03.2010 - informed developer (and at developer's site I found that he'd
> no more support of this plugin, after his site on Joomla was hacked).
> 21.05.2010 - disclosed at my site.
> -----------------------------
> Details:
>
> These are SQL Injection and Full path disclosure vulnerabilities.
>
> SQL Injection:
>
>
> http://site/index2.php?option=ds-syndicate&version=1&feed_id=-1%20or%20version()=5<http://site/index2.php?option=ds-syndicate&version=1&feed_id=-1%20or%20version%28%29=5>
>
> Full path disclosure:
>
> http://site/index2.php?option=ds-syndicate&version=1&feed_id=
>
> Note, that developer of the plugin don't support it anymore, so users of
> the
> plugin need to fix it by themselves.
>
> Just after disclosure of these vulnerabilities, I also found new
> vulnerabilities in DS-Syndicate which I wrote about in separate advisory.
>
> Best wishes & regards,
> MustLive
> Administrator of Websecurity web site
> http://websecurity.com.ua
>
>

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