[Full-disclosure] NetBill Billing System v1.2 - Multiple Web Vulnerabilites
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- Date: Sat, 12 May 2012 12:01:51 +0200
NetBill Billing System v1.2 - Multiple Web Vulnerabilites
Common Vulnerability Scoring System:
NetBill - Client Control & Billing System - NetBill is an open source web application optimized to
fuse customer support, project management, communications, and direct billing to enhance conversions
and service management. Integrated within the core of the NetBill platform is well-thought automation
and user centric functionality that is pre-configured to selectively enhance your operations
(Copy of the vendor Homepage: http://www.vessio.com )
The Vulnerability Laboratory Research Team discovered a CSRF- and multiple persistent Web
Vulnerabilities in the NetBill v1.2 web application.
2012-05-11: Public or Non-Public Disclosure
Multiple persistent input validation vulnerabilities are detected in the NetBill v1.2 web application.
allow remote attackers to implement/inject malicious script code on the application side (persistent).
Successful exploitation of the vulnerability can lead to session hijacking (manager/admin) or stable (persistent)
Exploitation requires low user inter action.
[+] /accounts/admin/index.php?user=59902561 - user Full Name
[+] /accounts/admin/index.php?user=59902561 - add file (Title - Description)
[+] /accounts/index2.php?page=support - Inject via support request (Details)
A cross site request forgery vulnerability is detected in in NetBill v1.2 web application. The bugs allow remote attackers with
high required user inter action to edit user accounts. Successful exploitation can lead to account creation. To exploit
the issue the attacker need to create a manipulated copy the edit user mask/form. Inside of the document the remote
can implement his own values for the update because of no form or token protection. When admin get now forced to execute
the script via link he is executing the new value on the update of the application if his session is not expired.
[+] /accounts/admin/index.php?action=new-client - Add New Account
The security risk of the persistent input validation vulnerability is estimated as medium.
The security risk of the cross site request forgery vulnerability is estimated as low(+).
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