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Sonexis ConferenceManager SQL Injection



Vulnerability title:  Sonexis ConferenceManager SQL Injection
 
Solutionary ID: SERT-VDN-1006

Solutionary disclosure URL:  http://www.solutionary.com/index/SERT/Vuln-Disclosures/Sonexis-SQL-Injection.html

CVE ID: Pending
 
CVSS risk rating: 8
 
Product:  Sonexis ConferenceManager
 
Application Vendor: Sonexis
 
Vendor URL: http://www.sonexis.com/products/index.asp
 
Date discovered: 2011-01-27
 
Discovered by: Rob Kraus, Paul Petefish, and Solutionary Engineering Research Team (SERT)
 
Vendor notification date: 2011-02-18
 
Vendor response date: 2011-03-02
 
Vendor acknowledgment: 2011-03-02
 
Public disclosure date: 2011-04-06
 
Type of vulnerability: SQL Injection - Blind and Standard
 
Exploit vectors: Local and Remote
 
Vulnerability description: : The applications web interface contains multiple parameters, which allow for SQL Injection attacks. Specially crafted HTTP requests may allow an attacker to execute well formed SQL statements and interact with the underlying database. Prior authentication to the application may not be required to perform the SQL injection attacks. The following parameters and web pages have been tested and verified; however, it is possible more views and parameters within the application are vulnerable: 

Standard SQL Injection (Error-based) Conference/Audio/AudioResourceContainer.asp (g) parameter 

Blind SQL Injection Login/HostLogin.asp (txtConferenceID) parameter
  
Tested on: Windows Server 2003 RC2 (SP2) with Sonexis ConferenceManager version 9.3.14.0.
 
Affected software versions:  Sonexis
 ConferenceManager version 9.3.14.0 (previous versions may also be vulnerable)
 
Impact: Successful attacks could disclose sensitive records contained within the database such as user, session, and application information to the attacker, resulting in a loss of confidentiality.
  
Fixed in: No Fix Available
 
Remediation guidelines: Restrict access to the application via the public internet. Monitor vendor communications for notification of patch availability.