# Exploit Title: WordPress WP-Predict v1.0 Blind SQL Injection # Date: 7/9/12 # Exploit Author: Chris Kellum # Vendor Homepage: http://www.pootlepress.co.uk/ # Software Link: http://downloads.wordpress.org/plugin/wp-predict.zip # Version: 1.0 ===================== Vulnerability Details ===================== PredictId parameter in post request is vulnerable to blind SQL injection. =============== Testing Details =============== When attempting follow-up submissions, the plugin states that you've already voted. This can easily be circumvented by using your browser's back button. ================= Injection Example ================= Using Burp Suite or other proxy, intercept the post request when submitting your answer and append and 1=1 to the predictId parameter before forwarding: predictSelection=1&predictId=1 and 1=1&postAction=submitVote&submitVote.x=70&submitVote.y=26 In the example above, the statement evaluates to true and the vote count increases by 1. Sending a new request with "predictId=1 and 1=0" will not increase the vote count.
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