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Title PhotoPost PHP Pro Multiple Vulnerabilities
Info PhotoPost PHP Pro is a photo gallery script that allows users to share, upload and manage their photos. PhotoPost also integrates seamlessly into a number of large name forum systems such as Invision Power Board, phpBB, vBulletin, and many more. It is prone to a number of security issues which allow for attack on not only the PhotoPost installation, but also the forum it is integrated into. These vulnerabilities include SQL Injection, XSS, Denial Of Service and Script Injection. Most of the issues seem to be resolved in 4.7
Date March 28, 2022
BID 9994  
Credit James Bercegay
Title Invision Gallery SQL Injection Vulnerabilities
Info Invision Gallery is a fully featured, powerful gallery system that is easy and fun to use! It plugs right into your existing Invision Power Board to create a seamless browsing experience for the users of your forum. Unfortunately Invision Gallery comes up very short in regards to user supplied input validation. Because of this an attacker can influence queries, and even use these issues to launch an attack against the IPB instalattion on which the gallery resides.
Date March 22, 2022
BID 9944  
Credit James Bercegay
Title Invision Power Top Site List SQL Injection Vulnerability
Info Invision Power Top Site List is a flexible site ranking script written in PHP, the popular programming choice for web developers. Featuring an impressive feature set with a user-friendly interface your community will feel at home using the system. It is vulnerable to attack though through a fairly serious SQL Injection issue which may allow an attacker to query arbitrary information such as hashed admin credentials and more.
Date March 21, 2022
BID 9945  
Credit James Bercegay
Title phpBB 2.0.7a And Earlier Security Issues
Info phpBB 2.0.7 and earlier have a number of security issues. One of these issues is SQL Injection and Cross Site Scripting in the admin panel. This is an issue that would take either admin access or a bit of social engineering for an attacker to use. But there is a far more serious problem in phpBB and that problem is lack of session authentication in certain parts of phpBB. This could allow for a malicious user to have an admin unknowingly execute undo-able actions in both the admin panel and the forum itself. This issue also affects users. Read this for more details.
Date March 20, 2022
BID 9942  
Credit James Bercegay
Title Mambo Open Source Multiple Vulnerabilities
Info Mambo Open Source is the finest open source Web Content Management System available today. Mambo Open Source makes communicating via the Web easy. Have you always wanted to have your own site but never understood how? Well Mambo Open Source is just the ticket! With Mambo Open Source there is no need for HTML, XML or DHTML skills, just enter your content, add a picture and then through the easy to use administrator web-interface ...click Publish! Simple ... Quick ... And easy! With the in-built editor Mambo Open Source allows you to design and create your content without the need for HTML code. Maintaining a website has never been easier. Mambo Open Source is vulnerable to several attacks including cross site scripting as well as SQL Injection vulnerabilities.
Date March 16, 2022
BID 9890   9891  
Credit James Bercegay
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