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Boolean-based SQL injection Vulnerability in K2 Platforms
Oct 13 2015 12:02PM
wissam bashour helpag com
Title: Boolean-based SQL injection Vulnerability in K2 Platforms.
Author: Wissam Bashour - Help AG Middle East
Product: SmartForms, BlackPearl, K2 for sharepoint
Tested Version: Version 4.6.7
CVE Reference: CVE-2015-7299
# About the Product: K2 smartforms can pull and push information from line-of-business systems ? SharePoint, CRM, SAP and others ? and they can be used in the cloud with applications like Salesforce.com. The built-in K2 SmartObject technology allows true reusability of SmartForms components across multiple SmartForms, in multiple applications.
This Boolean-based SQL injection vulnerability enables an anonymous attacker to read sensitive data from the database, and recover the content of a given file present on the DBMS file system.
# Vulnerability Class:
SQL injection - https://www.owasp.org/index.php/SQL_Injection)
# How to Reproduce: (POC):
Host the attached code in a webserver. Then go for the xml parameter that calls the AJAXCall.ashx in the smart object for the SharePoint.
You can see that the parameter doesn?t sanitize SQL queries.
Discovered: September 20, 2015
Vendor Notification: September 22, 2015
Advisory Publication: October 13, 2015
Public Disclosure: October 15, 2015
Upgrade to 4.6.10 or later will fix this issue.
The new version number is 4.6.10 (4.12060.1690.2)
Release date: June, 2015
Associate Security Analyst
Help AG Middle East
# Proof of Concept Code:
 help AG middle East http://www.helpag.com/.
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