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Ananta Gazelle SQL Injection Vulnerability



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# Title:		Ananta Gazelle SQL Injection Vulnerability
# Vendor:		http://www.anantasoft.com/
# Vulnerable Version:	1.0 (Latest version till now)
# Exploitation:		Remote with browser
# Fix:			N/A
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- Description:
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Ananta Gazelle is a rich JavaScript enabled CMS with multiple CSS templates. It is written in PHP and uses MySQL. Approximately all of the queries of this CMS are written without dealing with any one of user inputs in order to avoid SQL injection (as described by its comments:)


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- Vulnerability:
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+--> SQL Injection
The forgotten password page "forgot.php" uses hidden inputs for creating a query in order to set an activation code. This vulnerability can be used to change the password of anyone.

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- Exploits/PoCs:
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+--> Exploiting The (MySQL) SQL Injection:
	There are three affected parameters: 'table', 'activate', 'email'.
All of them can be used for injection. For example we can change the password of the admin
	user to "mypass" by setting the following values:
		table="users"		(unchanged)
		activate="123', pass=md5('mypass'), activate='456"
		email="the email of the admin user"

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- Solution:
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Sanitize the inputs of forgot.php file and do not place the parameters in the hidden inputs (migrate them to the session instead).

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- Original Advisory:
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http://www.bugreport.ir/index_70.htm

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- Credit:
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AmnPardaz Security Research & Penetration Testing Group
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