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Vivvo Article Management CMS SQL Injection and PHP File Inclusion Vulnerabilities
September 18, 2006 @ 14:08:57

The FrSIRT site has posted a new advisory for users of the Vivvo Article Management CMS software about potential holes that could allow for some very large-scale damage to be done.

Multiple vulnerabilities have been identified in Vivvo Article Management CMS, which could be exploited by remote attackers to compromise a vulnerable server.

The first issue is due to an input validation error in the "pdf_version.php" script that does not validate the "id" parameter before being used in SQL statements, which could be exploited by malicious people to conduct SQL injection attacks.

The second vulnerability is due to an input validation error in the "index.php" script that do not validate the "classified_path" parameter, which may be exploited by remote attackers to include local or remote scripts with the privileges of the web server.

Versions 3.2 and higher of the software are effected, and, unfortunately, there has been no patch issued for the issue.

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