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Re: Invision Power Board "v1.X & 2.X" SQL Injection
From: mattmecham () gmail com
Date: 10 Jul 2006 09:55:27 -0000
Note, none of these 'exploits' have any chance of working.
The CODE attribute is never present in an SQL query - it's only used in a switch statement to direct incoming 'traffic'
to the correct function within a class.
Further more 'act' parameters: 'ketqua' and file 'coin_list.php' are not standard IPB 2.x features and must be third
party modifications that IPS does not distrubute, endorse or support.