BugTraq
EZPhotoSales 1.9.3 Multiple Vulnerabilities Aug 06 2007 07:25PM
Seth Fogie (seth airscanner com)
http://www.airscanner.com/security/07080601_ezphotosales.htm

Airscanner Mobile Security Advisory #07080601: EZPhotoSales 1.9.3
Multiple Vulnerabilities Product:
EZPhotoSales 1.9.3 and below

Platform:
Windows IIS or Apache with PHP

Requirements:
Windows IIS or Apache with PHP

Credits:
Seth Fogie
Airscanner Mobile Security
http://www.airscanner.com
March 20, 2007

Risk Level:
High - Server compromise

Program Summary:
From the site: http://www.ezphotosales.com
EZPhotoSales is the perfect solution for the photographer who already
has a website and can't stand the idea of paying high commissions to
online gallery hosts to provide easy online ordering for customers.

EZPhotoSales is a set of files that runs on your own website and
automatically generates visually pleasing galleries where your customers
can order prints and specialty items at your prices.

Details:
Details are presented at
http://www.informit.com/guides/content.asp?g=security&seqNum=267 and
http://www.informit.com/guides/content.asp?g=security&seqNum=268

In summary, through a series of vulnerabilities, the administrative
backend and protected portions of the application can be accessed. From
here permament code can be added to each page of the application,
resulting in a permament cross-site scripting attack. In addition, due
to a lack of file type filtering, PHP scripts can be uploaded to the
server.

Workaround:
Password protect the galleries.txt and config.dat files of the program.

Vendor Response:
No plans to fix program. Replacement program to be released in future.
Upgrade options will be available.

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