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Re: SQL injection vulnerability in TCMS

: Vulnerability ID: HTB22576
: Reference: http://www.htbridge.ch/advisory/sql_injection_vulnerability_in_tcms_2.html

: Vulnerability ID: HTB22571
: Reference: http://www.htbridge.ch/advisory/sql_injection_vulnerability_in_tcms.html

Aside switching from GET to a POST request, what is the difference here? 
That the injection point to reach the vulnerable script is /index.php this 
time? You say the php/lib/admin.php script and 'id' variable are 
vulnerable in each advisory.

Do you really need to issue two advisories for the same vulnerability, or 
do you not understand the concept fully? Could you kids at lease put the 
script name in the Subject of your Bugtraq posts if you continue to do 
this one advisory/mail per script crap? While you may think it gives the 
appearance of more work and more vulnerabilities, most people that have 
been in security for a few months recognize it as an immature advisory 
practice as compared to one consolidated advisory with all of the issues.

Bonus points if you reply to any of my previous mails asking questions 
about your pedestrian disclosures.