BugTraq
[CVE-2012-0694] SugarCRM CE <= 6.3.1 "unserialize()" PHP Code Execution Jun 26 2012 12:55PM
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SugarCRM CE <= 6.3.1 "unserialize()" PHP Code Execution
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author...........: Egidio Romano aka EgiX
mail.............: n0b0d13s[at]gmail[dot]com
software link....: http://www.sugarcrm.com/

[-] Vulnerable code in different locations:

include/export_utils.php:377: $searchForm->populateFromArray(unserialize(base64_decode($query)));
include/generic/Save2.php:197: $current_query_by_page_array = unserialize(base64_decode($current_query_by_page));
include/MVC/Controller/SugarController.php:593: $_REQUEST = unserialize(base64_decode($temp_req['current_query_by_page']));
include/MVC/View/views/view.list.php:82: $current_query_by_page = unserialize(base64_decode($_REQUEST['current_query_by_page']));
modules/Import/Importer.php:536: $firstrow = unserialize(base64_decode($_REQUEST['firstrow']));
modules/ProjectTask/views/view.list.php:95: $current_query_by_page = unserialize(base64_decode($_REQUEST['current_query_by_page']));

The vulnerability is caused due to all these scripts using "unserialize()" with user controlled input.
This can be exploited to e.g. execute arbitrary PHP code via the "__destruct()" method of the "SugarTheme"
class, passing an ad-hoc serialized object through the $_REQUEST['current_query_by_page'] input variable.


[-] Disclosure timeline:

[31/10/2011] - Vulnerability discovered
[05/11/2011] - Vendor notified to secure(at)sugarcrm.com
[25/11/2011] - Vendor notified to http://www.sugarcrm.com/forums/f22/critical-security-vulnerability-76537
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[07/12/2011] - Vendor fix the issue on his own within 6.4.0 RC1 release
[10/01/2012] - CVE number requested
[12/01/2012] - Assigned CVE-2012-0694
[06/02/2012] - Issue addressed within 6.4.0 version
[23/06/2012] - Public disclosure


[-] Proof of concept:

http://www.exploit-db.com/exploits/19381/

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