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  • paulo
    started a topic InterWorx-CP Multiple HTMl Injection Vulnerabilities

    InterWorx-CP Multiple HTMl Injection Vulnerabilities

    Hi've just came across this article about interworx 3.0.2:
    http://www.hackerscenter.com/archive/view.asp?id=27884

    I didn't do any testing, but this way hope to keep interworx guys informed for future upgrades

    Regards

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    [HSC] InterWorx-CP Multiple HTMl Injection Vulnerabilities

    The InterWorx [COLOR=#003366 ! important][COLOR=#003366 ! important]Hosting[/COLOR][/COLOR] Control Panel (InterWorx-CP) is a dedicated server control panel. InterWorx suffers from multiple HTMl injection vulnerabilities. JavaScript and Cross site scripting are just few found vulns, more sophisticated attacks such as remote file inclusion or even
    SQl injection may be possible. An attacker could exploit this vulnerability to have arbitrary script code execute in the context of the affected site. This may allow an attacker to steal cookie-based authentication credentials
    and to launch other attacks.


    Hackers Center Security Group (http://www.hackerscenter.com)
    Credit: Doz


    Remote: Yes
    Local: Yes
    Class: Input Validation Error



    Products:

    - InterWorx-CP [COLOR=#003366 ! important][COLOR=#003366 ! important]Webmaster[/COLOR][/COLOR] Level (SiteWorx) v3.0.2
    - InterWorx-CP Server Admin Level (NodeWorx) v3.0.2

    Vendor: InterWorx L.L.C. http://interworx.com


    * Attackers can exploit these issues via a web client.



    # Remote Holes:

    /nodeworx/index.php/<Evil(XSS)-Code>

    /siteworx/index.php/<Evil(XSS)-Code>


    # Local Holes:

    * (NodeWorx)

    /nodeworx/nodeworx.php/<Evil-Code>
    /nodeworx/users.php/<Evil-Code>
    /nodeworx/lang.php/<Evil-Code>
    /nodeworx/themes.php/<Evil-Code>
    /nodeworx/setup.php/<Evil-Code>
    /nodeworx/siteworx.php/<Evil-Code>
    /nodeworx/packages.php/<Evil-Code>
    /nodeworx/backup.php/<Evil-Code>
    /nodeworx/import.php/<Evil-Code>
    /nodeworx/scriptworx.php/<Evil-Code>
    /nodeworx/resellers.php/<Evil-Code>
    /nodeworx/reseller-packages.php/<Evil-Code>
    /nodeworx/http.php/<Evil-Code>
    /nodeworx/mail.php/<Evil-Code>
    /nodeworx/ftp.php/<Evil-Code>
    /nodeworx/mysql.php/<Evil-Code>
    /nodeworx/sshd.php/<Evil-Code>
    /nodeworx/nfs.php/<Evil-Code>
    /nodeworx/cron.php/<Evil-Code>
    /nodeworx/ip.php/<Evil-Code>
    /nodeworx/firewall.php/<Evil-Code>
    /nodeworx/updates.php/<Evil-Code>
    /nodeworx/rrd.php/<Evil-Code>
    /nodeworx/cluster.php/<Evil-Code>


    * (SiteWorx)

    /siteworx/siteworx.php/<Evil-Code>
    /siteworx/users.php/<Evil-Code>
    /siteworx/cron.php
    /siteworx/prefs.php
    /siteworx/ftp.php/<Evil-Code>
    /siteworx/mysql.php/<Evil-Code>
    /siteworx/domains.php/<Evil-Code>
    /siteworx/htaccess.php/<Evil-Code>
    /siteworx/scriptworx.php/<Evil-Code>
    /siteworx/stats.php/<Evil-Code>
    /siteworx/backup.php/<Evil-Code>
    /siteworx/restore.php/<Evil-Code>
    /siteworx/httpd.php/<Evil-Code>


  • IWorx-Paul
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    We've just released version 3.0.3 to address this issue.

    See: http://interworx.com/forums/showthread.php?t=2501

    Thanks,

    Paul

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  • IWorx-Paul
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    Needless to say, we're looking into this.

    Thanks.

    Paul

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    Amusingly enough, the bottom of the mail on the BugTraq list has a blurb on how to become an ethical hacker. IIRC, part of that involves responsible disclosure policies.

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