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Horde Webmail Multiple HTML Injection vulnerability
Mar 25 2007 03:24AM
DoZ HackersCenter com
Re: Horde Webmail Multiple HTML Injection vulnerability
Mar 26 2007 11:38PM
Jan Schneider (jan horde org)
This is lame.
Cpanel doesn't use Horde Groupware Webmail Edition.
The Cpanel demo server has an old version of Horde installed.
The search.php issues has been fixed in a release already and reported
earlier, even on this list.
Re rule.php: what kind of XSS is that supposed to be, where the victim
has to enter the offending code himself? Try entering
Do at least your basic homework if you want to be taken seriously.
Zitat von DoZ (at) HackersCenter (dot) com [email concealed]:
> Horde Webmail Multiple HTML Injection vulnerability
> Horde Groupware Webmail Edition is a free, enterprise ready, browser
> based communication suite. Users can read, send and organize email
> messages and manage and share calendars, contacts, tasks and notes
> with the standards compliant components from the Horde Project.
> An attacker may leverage this issue to have arbitrary script code
> execute in the browser of an unsuspecting user in the context of the
> affected site. This may help the attacker steal cookie-based
> authentication credentials and launch other attacks. A successful
> exploit could allow an attacker to compromise the application,
> access or modify data, or exploit vulnerabilities in the underlying
> database implementation. Some XSS attacks can deface the
> Application, as shown in the proff of concept.
> Hackers Center Security Group (http://www.hackerscenter.com)
> Credit: Doz
> Remote: No
> Local: Yes
> Class: Input Validation Error
> Application: Horde Webmail
> Vendor: http://www.horde.org/
> Version: 1.0
> Exploit is not needed, Attackers can exploit these issues via a web client.
> Vulnerable Files: search.php - rule.php
> Live Proff of Concept: (3/22/2007)
> User: Demo
> Pass: Demo
> * Go to mail than Expand and Select Filters!
> Pics Proff of Concept:
> - http://www.uploadimage.info/images/8943pic1.JPG
> - http://www.uploadimage.info/images/78230pic2.JPG
> Security researcher? Join us: mail Zinho at zinho at hackerscenter.com
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