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SQL Injection Vulnerability in Symphony
|Vulnerable Versions:||2.3.1 and probably prior|
|Advisory Publication:||March 13, 2013 [without technical details]|
|Vendor Notification:||March 13, 2013|
|Vendor Fix:||March 24, 2013|
|Public Disclosure:||April 3, 2013|
|Latest Update:||March 26, 2013|
|Vulnerability Type:||SQL Injection [CWE-89]|
|CVSSv2 Base Score:||5.1 (AV:N/AC:H/Au:N/C:P/I:P/A:P)|
|Solution Status:||Fixed by Vendor|
|Discovered and Provided:||High-Tech Bridge Security Research Lab|
High-Tech Bridge Security Research Lab discovered SQL injection vulnerability in Symphony, which can be exploited to alter SQL requests to database of the vulnerable application.
The vulnerability exists due to insufficient filtration of "sort" HTTP GET parameter passed via "/symphony/system/authors/" URL to "/index.php" script. A remote authenticated administrator can execute arbitrary SQL commands in the application's database.
Depending on database and system configuration, this PoC (Proof of Concept) code will create "/var/www/file.txt" file, containing users account information (logins, hashed passwords, etc.) from the "authors" table:
<img src="http://[host]/symphony/system/authors/?order=asc&sort=id%20INTO%20OUTFILE%20%27/var/www/file.tx t%27%20--%20">
|Upgrade to Symphony 2.3.2|
| High-Tech Bridge Advisory HTB23148 - https://www.htbridge.com/advisory/HTB23148 - SQL Injection Vulnerability in Symphony.|
 Symphony - http://getsymphony.com/ - XSLT-powered open source content management system.
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