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SQLiteManager v1.2.0 Multiple Vulnerabilities



SQLiteManager v1.2.0 Multiple Vulnerabilities
SQLiteManager v1.2.0 Multiple Vulnerabilities



SQLiteManager v1.2.0 Multiple Vulnerabilities
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vendor : http://www.sqlitemanager.org/ 
Global risk   : High
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SQLite is a SQL managed portal like PhpMyAdmin.

Multiple Cross Scripting Vulnerabilities
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In main.php the database name field is vulnerable to a XSS attack.
This xss is permanent, if a user with restricted rights creates a 
table  with as name a malicious code the administrator gone get his 
cookie stealed when he opens SqliteManager's index. The same things 
happens for the table's name field if a malicious code is inserted.

The solution is then to use htmlentities().

others vulnerables fields to XSS attacks :

main.php :
............... ViewName
............... view
............... trigger
............... function
............... (...)

Theses vulnerabilities are presents in others pages too.
Here too the better solution is to use htmlentities().

reference : www.php.net/htmlentities 

Locale File Include
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GET /home/sqlite/ HTTP/1.0
[...]
Cookie: PHPSESSID=[...];SQLiteManager_currentTheme=../../../../../../../../../../../../../etc/passwd%00;
SQLiteManager_currentLangue=deleted

SQLiteManager_currentTheme variable is vulnerable.
This request will returns the /etc/passwd file.

This vulnerability is dangerous, indeed a user with restricted access to SqliteManage
could get non-authorized files.

Regards,

Simon Bonnard - 24/02/2007
Contact : simon.itsecurity[at]gmail[dot]com

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