[NT] SiteEnable XSS and SQL injection
From: SecuriTeam (support_at_securiteam.com)
To: email@example.com Date: 5 Apr 2005 08:18:28 +0200
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SiteEnable XSS and SQL injection
<http://www.siteenable.com/default.asp> SiteEnable is "a simple content
management, combined with powerful functionality". Two types security
vulnerabilities have been found in the SiteEnable, one allows injecting
arbitrary SQL statements.
Cross Site Scripting:
Due to poor filtering of the 'contenttype' variable a remote user can
Another more severe script injection is in the Submit a Quote page in
which neither title or description fields are filtered. This can affect
all the visitors of the site. Anyone can inject a silent script and grab
anyone's password or cookie.
The 'sortby' parameter is directly passed to the SQL string without any
checks. The following URL can be used to determine whether you are
vulnerable or not:
http://site/content.asp?do_search=0&keywords=contact&page_no=2&sortby=;SELECT%20* FROM bla bla--
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