Re: [Full-disclosure] PHP Gift Registry 1.5.5 SQL Injection



On 2/24/2012 3:21 PM, ctruncer@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
You only gave them two days to respond?


Chris



On 24.02.2012 08:08, Thomas Richards wrote:
# Exploit Title: PHP Gift Registry 1.5.5 SQL Injection
# Date: 02/22/12
# Author: G13
# Software Link: https://sourceforge.net/projects/phpgiftreg/
# Version: 1.5.5
# Category: webapps (php)
#

##### Vulnerability #####

The userid parameter in the users.php file is vulnerable to SQL
Injection.

A user must be signed in to exploit this.

##### Vendor Notification #####

02/22/12 - Vendor Notified
02/24/12 - No response, disclosure

##### Exploit #####

http://localhost/phpgiftreg/users.php?action=edit&userid=[SQLi]

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Pretty sure this project is dead the last update to it was made
2009-03-12 see http://sourceforge.net/projects/phpgiftreg/files/ ,
anyone using it at this point needs to switch to another
product.<http://sourceforge.net/tracker/?func=detail&aid=3491557&group_id=110846&atid=657564>

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