Re: Executing PHP Code from MSSQL table



Ok, let me check and will inform you.

Thanks!!!!

On 10/18/07, Robin Wood <dninja@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Getting away from code execution but have you tried directory
traversal with this attack. If the image filename comes out of the db
and you can control that db table then you could try putting php
script names in instead. From that you could get some of the site
source and then look for a way to execute your code.

Robin

On 16/10/2007, Danux <danuxx@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Hi, after testing a PHP-MSSQL app, i am able to insert and update
tables but i can't execute store_procedures, so, i was wondering if
its possible to update a table putting something like: "phpinfo()" or
(passthru("ipconfig")) in order to execute while loading the page?

I mean:

inside the html page the images are taken from database so... in a
black box perspective a think is something like: <img src=$img> and i
know where is the table which reads this image name, then i can update
the table and instead of read something like $img = picture.gif, reads
some thing like "phpinfo();". but as you know this is only a string,
even though if i update the table with: eval("phpinfo();") its also a
string .... so it dont get executed!!

So, i would like you help me, what can i do if i am able to insert,
create and update tables but unable to run store procedures, or bulk
or bcp!!!!!

Thanks!!!

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Danux, CISSP
Chief Information Security Officer
Macula Security Consulting Group
www.macula-group.com

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Macula Security Consulting Group
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