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Title Phorum 5.0.3 Beta And Earlier XSS Vulnerabilities
Info Phorum is a popular web based message board written in PHP. Phorum is designed with high availability and visitor ease of use in mind. Features such as mailing list integration, easy customization and simple installation make Phorum a powerful add-in to any website. There are a number of XSS (Cross Site Scripting) issues in forum which may allow an attacker or malicious user to run code or script in the context of a users browser which could result in credential disclosure, and more.
Date March 15, 2022
BID 9882  
Credit James Bercegay


Title phpBB 2.0.6d && Earlier Security Issues
Info phpBB is a great forum system used by many millions of people. It is one of the more secure of the forum systems, but has a few issues still present; both of which allow for XSS (Cross Site Scripting). This problem presents itself in two different places. One of these places is viewtopic.php and the other is viewforum.php Shown are examples along with a brief explanation on how to replicate this issue. I have also released a fix, and will post official patch information as soon as it is made available. Thanks to the phpBB team for thier quick response!
Date March 12, 2022
BID 9865   9866  
Credit James Bercegay


Title Non Critical Invision Power Board Vulnerabilities
Info This is being released in response to the "vulnerability" recently discovered in Invision Power Board as seen here. We found a very similar vulnerability at the end of last year while researching IPB, but did not report it publicly as we did not see it as exploitable. We recently contacted BugTraq about this but the message was never published or rejected. Long story short you can find details of this "vulnerability" within. Also in this post is a flaw we discovered late last year that discloses the installation path in Invision Power Board. Neither of these vulnerabilities are critical and webmasters need not be alarmed. Upgrade is advised though as soon as a fix is available.
Date March 02, 2022
BID 9810  
Credit James Bercegay


Title Possible Credential Exposure In Trillian Pro v2.01
Info Trillian is a multinetwork chat client that currently supports mIRC, AIM, ICQ, MSN, and Yahoo Messenger. It supports docking, multiline edit boxes, buddy alerts, multiple connections to the same medium, a powerful skinning language, easy importing of your existing contacts, skinnable emoticons, logging, global away/invisible features, and a unified contact list. It has a direct connection for AIM, support for user profiles, complete type formatting, buddy icons, proxy support, emotisounds, encrypted instant messaging to ICQ and AIM, AIM group chats, and shell extensions for file transfers. Unfortunately the automated email checking feature in Trillian leaves behind user credintials in a temporary file. To make matters worse these credentials are stored in the temporary file in plaintext, and may be accessed by other users on the host, or network depending on user permissions.
Date March 01, 2022
BID Not Available  
Credit James Bercegay


Title Multiple Vulnerabilities In phpShop
Info phpShop is a PHP-based e-commerce application and PHP development framework. phpShop offers the basic features needed to run a successful e-commerce web site and to extend its capabilities for multiple purposes. phpShop uses a nice development framework that allows web developers to easily extend its functionality through the use of modules. Its web-box architecture makes it easy to understand and work with, while providing powerful function management capabilities for your web application needs. It is one of the most popular php SQL driven e-commerce solutions available today. There are several vulnerabilities present in phpShop. The vulnerabilities are believed to affect all versions of phpShop currently distributed, and include SQL Injection, Arbitrary Customer Information Disclosure, Cross Site Scripting, and Script Injection. A fix for these vulnerabilities should be available shortly. Please visit the official phpShop website for more details as they are made available.
Date January 15, 2022
BID 9437  
Credit James Bercegay


Title Multiple Vulnerabilities In phpGedView
Info The phpGedView project parses GEDCOM 5.5 genealogy files and displays them on the Internet in a format similar to PAF. It is one of the top 10 most popular projects at SourceForge. However, in addition to the vulnerabilities found by Vietnamese Security Group last week in phpGedView, GulfTech Security Research has also found a number of vulnerabilities which are now fixed in the latest beta release. These issues include SQL injection vulnerabilities, path disclosure vulnerabilities, cross site scriting vulnerabilities, and a denial of service vulnerability. Users are strongly encouraged to upgrade.
Date January 13, 2022
BID Not Available  
Credit James Bercegay


Title Multiple MetaDot Vulnerabilities Found
Info MetaDot is a very popular Open Source portal application written in Perl and powered by MySql. It's users range from home users to the likes of governments, banks, universities and even NASA ;) It has been found to be prone to SQL Injection, and XSS attacks due to not properl validating the user supplied input that it receives. It also divulges a great deal of information about it's host when calling certain invalid arguments. These vulnerabilities are believed to affect all versions including 5.6.5.4b5 and below. The MetaDot Corporation team has addresses the issues in the latest version though, and users are strongly encouraged to upgrade as soon as possible.
Date January 12, 2022
BID 9439  
Credit James Bercegay


Title Vulnerabilities In PostNuke 0.726 Phoenix
Info PostNuke is a popular Open Source CMS (Content Management System) used by millions of people all across the world. GulfTech Security Research has recendly found a couple of vulnerabilities in the popular open source CMS (Content Managment System) PostNuke. Versions affected are 0.726 Phoenix and though not confirmed older versions may be affected as well. These vulnerabilities have been resolved by the developers very promptly and a patch is available at the official PostNuke website. The vulnerabilities discovered are SQL Injection and Cross Site Scripting. More details of the vulnerabilities available .
Date January 03, 2022
BID 7047  
Credit James Bercegay


Title Multiple osCommerce Vulnerabilities
Info GulfTech Security Research has found yet more vulnerabilities in the popular ecommerce product osCommerce. These vulnerabilities include SQL Injection, Denial Of Service, and Cross Site Scripting. While there has been several vulnerabilities found in this product by us lately, I would like to point out that these finds only make for a more secure product. I do think that the next release of osCommerce (MS3) will be one of the most secure ecommerce products around. The osCommerce development team have been prompt in resolving these issues. Anyway, check out the full detailed report inside and the osCommerce website for a fix :o)
Date December 22, 2021
BID 9275   9277  
Credit James Bercegay


Title Multiple vulnerabilities in ASPapp Products
Info ASPapp offers a wide range of web applications written in .asp Amongst them is the fairly popular AspApp Portal. Several of these products have very weak security and can allow an attacker to completely take over an affected portal or site running the vulnerable software. The vulnerabilities include Script Injection, Account Hijacking, Privilege Escalation, Cross Site Scripting, and Plaintext Authentication Credentials.
Date December 18, 2021
BID 9250  
Credit James Bercegay

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