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[KAPDA::#14] - PHPPost XSS and HTML Injection Nov 22 2005 01:21PM
alireza hassani (trueend5 yahoo com)
KAPDA New advisory

Vendor: http://www.php-post.co.uk/
Vulnerable Version: v1.0
Bug: XSS and HTML Injection
Exploitation: Remote with browser

Description:
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PHPP is a free message board powered by PHP and MySQL.

Vulnerability:
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HTML Injection: The software does not properly filter
HTML tags in post subject that may allow a remote user
to inject HTML/javascript codes. The hostile code may
be rendered in the web browser of the victim user who
will visit the board (persistent).
XSS:
XSS Vulnerability in 'profile.php' & 'mail.php' that
may allow a remote user to launch cross-site scripting
attacks.
This issue could permit a remote attacker to create a
malicious URI link that includes hostile HTML and
script code. If this link were to be followed, the
hostile code may be rendered in the web browser of the
victim user. This would occur in the security context
of the affected Web site.
Demonstration URL :
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http://localhost/phpp/profile.php?user='%3CIFRAME%20SRC=javascript:alert
(%2527XSS%2527)%3E%3C/IFRAME%3E
http://localhost/phpp/mail.php?user='%3CIFRAME%20SRC=javascript:alert(%2
527XSS%2527)%3E%3C/IFRAME%3E

Solution:
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There is no vendor-supplied patch for this issue at
this time.

Original Advisory:
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http://irannetjob.com/content/view/168/28/

Credit :
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Discovered & released by trueend5 (trueend5 kapda ir)
Security Science Researchers Institute Of Iran
[http://www.KAPDA.ir]

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