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phphelpdesk Multiple vulnerabilities



phphelpdesk Multiple vulnerabilities
phphelpdesk Multiple vulnerabilities



phphelpdesk version 0.6.16 (latest)=0D
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http://phphelpdesk.sourceforge.net=0D 
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phphelpdesk Multiple vulnerabilities=0D
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PhpHelpDesk is a popular solution for people looking for a way to manage their helpdesk tickets.=0D
Presently there exists 2 vulnerabilites that affect the inegrity of systems who run the software.=0D
The first of which is a local file inclusuion vulnerability. Problem exists in the GET'd variable=0D
whatdodo. Its supposed to point to a series of pages, but the filter fails to catch users going=0D
outside the lines with a little trailing null bye. Here is an example:=0D
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http://helpdesk.example/index.php?whattodo=../../../../../../../../etc/passwd%00=0D 
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Reading files seems bad, but not that bad. The second vulnerability in question is the SQL=0D
Injection at the login page. Yes, the classic ' or 1=1/* injection still holds true in the=0D
login procedures of this app. =0D
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I've emailed the project dev on sourceforge and am awaiting a response. =0D
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Happy hacking. 


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