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Gallery 2 Multiple Vulnerabilities March 2, 2022
Gallery2, the open source web based photo album organizer is one of the most popular php web applications available today. Gallery2 suffers from a number of vulnerabilities including IP Spoofing via X_FORWARDED_FOR that may allow a malicious user to hide their identity, script injection via the faulty X_FORWARDED_FOR implementation, and also arbitrary file access which could ultimately lead to the deletion of arbitrary files on the webserver. A new version of Gallery 2 has been released and users should upgrade their Gallery 2 installations.
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phpRPC Library Remote Code Execution February 26, 2022
phpRPC is meant to be an easy to use xmlrpc library. phpRPC is greatly simplified with the use of database/rpc-protocol abstraction. It should run on any php server with most data bases. Unfortunately, there is a easily exploitable remote php code execution vulnerability in the phpRPC library that allows an attacker to execute arbitrary code on the affected webserver. This vulnerability, like previously discovered vulnerabilities in various implementations of the XMLRPC protocol is possible because of unsanitized data being passed to an eval call. This of course could ultimately lead to a compromise of the under lying web server, and disclosure of sensitive data.
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Mambo Multiple Vulnerabilities February 24, 2022
Mambo is a popular Open Source Content Management System released under the GNU General Public license (GNU GPL). There are a number of security issues in Mambo which allows for SQL Injection, Authentication Bypass, and possible remote code execution via local file inclusion. There has been an updated version of Mambo released and all users are advised to upgrade as soon as possible. Also, please note that these vulnerabilities are NOT related to any worms currently taking advantage of vulnerable Mambo installations.
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PEAR LiveUser File Access Vulnerabilities February 21, 2022
LiveUser is a user authentication and permission management framework that is part of php's PEAR Library. LiveUser has many different features, including the ability to remember a user via cookies. Unfortunately there is an issue with how extracted cookie data is handled by the LiveUser library within the remember feature which makes it possible for an attacker to gain access to, and even delete potentially sensitive files on the webserver. An updated version of the LiveUser framework has been released, and users are advised to upgrade to LiveUser 0.16.9
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Geeklog Remote Code Execution February 19, 2022
Geeklog is one of the most popular content management systems available today. Geeklog unfortunately is vulnerable to a number of different attacks such as SQL Injection, and arbitrary file inclusion. These attacks can be combined to ultimately execute code on the vulnerable web server in a very reliable manner. According to the developers these issues affect pretty much every version of Geeklog ever released, so users are strongly encouraged to upgrade to the latest version of Geeklog which is Geeklog 1.4.0sr1 and 1.3.11sr4
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