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# Exploit Title: XRayCMS 1.1.1 SQL Injection Vulnerability # Date: 2/12/2012 # Author: Dr.web # Software Link: http://sourceforge.net/projects/xraycms/files/latest/download # Version: 1.1.1 # Tested on: Ubuntu XRay CMS is vulnerable to a SQL Injection attack which allows authentication bypass into the admins account. If a malicious user supplies ' or 1=1# into the applications user name field they will be logged into the applications admin account. Jan 29, 2012 ? Contacted Vendor No Response Feb 05, 2012 ? Public Disclosure Since the vendor did not reply we attempted to create our own fixes for this issue. The vulnerability exist in ?login2.php? on lines 20 and 21. 17 if(!isset($_POST['username'])) header("Location: login.php?error_username"); 18 if(!isset($_POST['password'])) header("Location: login.php?error_password"); 19 20 $user = $_POST['username']; 21 $pass = $_POST['password']; If the lines 20 and 21 are changed to: $user = mysql_real_escape_string($_POST['username']); $pass = mysql_real_escape_string($_POST['password']); This will prevent the sql injection from happening in the user name field.
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