[UNIX] Multiple Vulnerabilities in PHP-Nuke (db.php, index.php, Downloads, Web_Links)
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Multiple Vulnerabilities in PHP-Nuke (db.php, index.php, Downloads,
<http://phpnuke.org> Php-Nuke is "a popular open source content
management system, written in PHP by Francisco Burzi. This CMS is used on
many thousands websites, because it's freeware, easy to install and manage
and has broad set of features".
Multiple vulnerabilities were found in PHP-Nuke that result in Path
Disclosure and Cross Site Scripting.
* PHP-Nuke version 6.0up to version 7.6
There are several path disclosure in PHP-Nuke when any of the following
sample URLs are accessed:
Cross Site Scripting
There are two parameters in the modules.php file that are vulnerable to
Cross Site Scripting attacks:
http://localhost/nuke75/modules.php?name=Downloads&d_op=NewDownloads&newdownloadshowdays=[xss code here]
http://localhost/nuke75/modules.php?name=Web_Links&l_op=NewLinks&newlinkshowdays=[xss code here]
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