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Vulnerabilities In WHM Autopilot December 27, 2021
Started by a webhost looking for more out of a simple managment script, Brandee Diggs (Owner of Spinn A Web Cafe, Founder of Benchmark Designs) setout to build an internal management system that could handle the day to day operations of a normal hosting company. The key was to remove the need to constantly watch your orders and manage the installs. Alas, WHM AutoPilot was born. [ as quoted from their official website ] WHM Autopilot is vulnerable to a number of vulnerabilities such as cross site scripting, file inclusion, and information disclosure.
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Critical Vulnerability In Help Center Live December 24, 2021
Help Center Live is a `Live` help desk system written in PHP using a MySql database backend that features Live Support, Trouble Tickets and FAQ within one project. This is a very popular application, especially with webhosts and other services. There lies two file include vulnerabilities (both remote and local) that could allow an attacker to execute malicious server side code on your webserver. Aditionally a cross site scripting issue was found in Help Center Live.
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Cross Site Scripting In Psychostats December 22, 2021
PsychoStats is a statistics generator for games. Currently there is support for a handful of Half-Life "MODs" including Counter-Strike, Day of Defeat, and Natural Selection. PsychoStats gathers statistics from the log files that game servers create by reading through the logs and then calculating detailed statistics for players, maps, weapons and clans. These detailed statistics are stored in a MySQL database which are then viewed online from your website using a set of PHP web pages. Cross site scripting exists in Jason Morriss PsychoStats. This vulnerability exists due to user supplied input not being checked properly. This vulnerability could be used to steal cookie based authentication credentials within the scope of the current domain, or render hostile code in a victim's browser.
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Multiple Kayako eSupport Vulnerabilities December 18, 2021
Kayako eSupport is one of the most feature packed support systems. This program is used by many online businesses and webhosts to help with technical support and other various support issues. This application is vulnerable to both Cross Site Scripting and SQL Injection vulnerabilities. The SQL Injection vulnerabilities are fairly serious and may allow for an attacker to influence SQL queries. Full details inside.
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Document Object Model Hijacking Explained December 10, 2021
The 2004 Merriam-Webster word of the year was “blog�. For those of you that do not know, blog is short for weblog. Millions of people around the world keep blogs, and these people are not just limited to the tech savvy crowd. Blogs are not the only increasingly popular web applications though. Wiki’s for example allow many users to build an entire community and more by allowing anyone who wants to contribute, to do so. Security is usually a fairly primary concern in an environment with many users, and measures such as script filtering are taken to ensure that no one tries anything “bad�, and that if they do they are unsuccessful in their attempts. Unfortunately though, a good number of these applications are susceptible to Document Object Model Hijacking.
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Multiple phpGroupWare Vulnerabilities December 14, 2021
phpGroupWare (formerly known as webdistro) is a multi-user groupware suite written in PHP. It provides a Web-based calendar, todo-list, addressbook, email, news headlines, and a file manager. The calendar supports repeating events. The email system supports inline graphics and file attachments. The system as a whole supports user preferences, themes, user permissions, multi-language support, an advanced API, and user groups. There have been a number of vulnerabilities found in phpGroupWare, including Cross Site Scripting, SQL Injection, and Full Path Disclosure. This application comes with some linux distributions, so check to see if you have it installed. The SQL Injection can be fairly critical.
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Multiple Vulnerabilities In SugarCRM December 1, 2021
Sugar Sales Professional is the solution for companies who use Sugar Sales in a production environment for mission-critical sales knowledge management. Sugar Sales Professional is a visible source CRM application that offers more features than the open source application. It also includes support by SugarCRM staff. Sugar Sales Professional expands the open source application benefits so that your company experiences better performance, integration and support. Multiple vulnerabilities (some high risk) have been discovered in SugarCRM. A recet version was released recently, and was believed to include security fixes, but several of the vulnerabilities still exist in the recently released version 2.0
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dbPowerAmp Buffer Overflow And DoS Vulnerabilities September 27, 2021
Often called the Swiss Army knife of audio, dMC can digitally rip sound from audio CDs to a multitude of formats. Convert from one format to another while preserving ID tags. Nearly every audio type is supported, including MP3, MP4, Windows Media Audio (WMA), OGG Vorbis, AAC, Monkey's Audio, and FLAC (with optional installs from Codec Central). For Windows Explorer integration, right-click Convert To to pop up useful information on audio files (such as bit rate and length). Record from LPs with an optional Auxiliary Input install. dBpowerAmp Audio Player (dAP) has a digital conditioning equalizer and an advanced music collection. It's skinnable and has a cross-fader, a playlist editor, and a tag editor. dAP plays MP3s, WMA, Ogg Vorbis, Monkeys Audio, Real Audio, WAV, MIDI, and many more. These programs are vulnerable to buffer overflow as well as denial of service vulnerabilities.
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Multiple Vulnerabilities In EmuLive Server4 September 20, 2021
Server4 is real-time media broadcasting software that works in conjunction with Emulive producer software to create digital television-like channels on the Internet. To web browsers, Server4 appears as a standard web server. Visitors to a Server4 system can browse and view available channels, chat with other users, remotely control cameras, remotely control devices, create user accounts, extend user accounts, purchase time and access controlled subscriptions, purchase one-to-one exclusive conferences, tip channel hosts, purchase additional time and more. Server4 is prone to unauthorized remote administrative access as well as a vulnerability that will allow an attacker to crash a Server4 instalattion remotely. Proof Of Concept code is included.
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When Small Mistakes Can Cause Big Problems September 18, 2021
GulfTech Security Research was able to find in the past few weeks, cross site scripting issues that existed on eBay, Amazon, Half.com, HBO, CareerBuilder, AOL, CNN, MTV, and many others. The cross site scripting issues on these websites could allow an attacker to take control of arbitrary accounts, or steal sensitive info. Websites such as eBay, Amazon, and Half.com (for example) have fairly good Security when it comes to protecting their user’s accounts, but even they are vulnerable to data theft via these vulnerabilities. For example, it may be somewhat useless to steal a victim’s cookie, or try and render malicious code, or force command execution on a website with tight account security. So instead of relying on some great technological advantage an attacker could simply attempt to take advantage of the human element and have the victim simply give the attacker their account information. This can be done by using the cross site scripting vulnerabilities to temporarily deface a website. So, instead of rendering malicious code, or trying to steal a user’s cookie, the attacker can link to an offsite JavaScript, and have it render a login form using the vulnerable website’s own HTML and Style Sheet so that it looks nearly identical to the legitimate login form. Of course when a victim logs in to this form it actually just steals their login credentials. The attacker could also use the same methods of temporarily defacing the website to show someone a fictitious news story on a major news website.
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