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Date: Sat, 07 Jun 2014 08:49:02 +0300
From: Dolev Farhi <>
Subject: [FD] CVE-2014-3740 - SpiceWorks Cross-site scripting

|Exploit Title: Multiple Stored XSS vulnerabilities in SpiceWorks 
Ticketing system
CVE: CVE-2014-3740
Vendor: SpiceWorks
Product: SpiceWorks IT ticketing system
Affected versions: any version below||7.2.00195
Fixed version: 7.2.00195

|1. About the application:|
|||SpiceWorks is an IT ticketing system deployed in many companies 
around the world|
|2. Details|
|Multiple stored XSS were found in SpiceWorks system, allowing an 
attacker to create a SpiceWorks IT ticket with malicious code.|
|once an admin attemps to login to the system dashboard to view open 
tickets, the code executes and the attacker|
|could potentially steal the admin's cookies.|

3. Timeline:
12.5.2014 - Vulnerability discovered
12.5.2014 - Vendor notified
13.5.2014 - CVE Requested
15.5.2014 - CVE Assigned (CVE-2014-3740)
02.6.2014 - SpiceWorks fixed the problem in the latest version of 7.2 
07.6.2014 - Full disclosure released

4. Proof of concept:
|||i.   Create a ticket in user_portal with the title 
|||ii.  submit.|
|||iii. login as admin user and navigate to the open tickets, the XSS 

* A Proof of concept video can also be found here: Link 

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