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Date: Mon, 10 Aug 2020 16:31:29 +0200
From: Egidio Romano <>
Subject: [FD] SugarCRM < 10.1.0 (Reports Export) SQL Injection Vulnerability

SugarCRM < 10.1.0 (Reports Export) SQL Injection Vulnerability

*• Software Link:*

*• Affected Versions:*

All versions prior to 10.1.0 (Q3 2020).

*• Vulnerability Description:*

User input passed through the encoded “current_post” parameter to
‘index.php’ (when “entryPoint” is set to “export” and “module” is set to
“Reports”) is not properly sanitized before being used to construct a SQL
query. This can be exploited by remote attackers to e.g. read sensitive
data from the database through e.g. time-based SQL Injection attacks.

*• Proof of Concept:*

*• Solution:*

Upgrade to version 10.1.0 (Q3 2020) or later.

*• Disclosure Timeline:*

[05/02/2020] – Vendor notified
[06/02/2020] – Automatic vendor response received
[26/03/2020] – Vendor contacted again; no response
[17/04/2020] – Vendor contacted again; no response
[18/06/2020] – Vendor notified about a 180-day disclosure deadline
[03/08/2020] – After around 180 days the vendor silently fix the issue
[06/08/2020] – CVE number assigned
[10/08/2020] – Public disclosure

*• CVE Reference:*

The Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures project (
has assigned the name CVE-2020-17373
<> to this

*• Credits:*

Vulnerability discovered by Egidio Romano.

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