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THQ website has multiple SQL injection bugs, and a reflected XSS
From: Harry Balls <thqaredumbasses () yahoo com>
Date: Wed, 16 Jun 2010 13:05:38 -0700 (PDT)
This is pretty much because I want to embarrass these assholes. See:
SQLi 1: http://www.thq.com/us/mythq/register?contentType=GAMEALERT&alertGame='4896
This one is pretty obvious. It's an injection via $_GET. The funniest part is that they don't just allow injection.
They serve up the whole PHP source of the page for you. Giving you table names, and the actual syntax of the query
The next one is an injection via POST in their registration form here: http://www.thq.com/us/mythq/register
I used burpsuite to inject it by editing the HTTP requests but you can probably just enter whatever you want right in
the form. I used the UK subdomain for testing: http://uk.thq.com/uk/mythq/register. This one also shows the source.
Next one is your typical reflected XSS:
I hope this is enough to put off anyone who was thinking of buying shit from them.
Would you trust this company with your credit card information when they can't even properly sanitize a registration
These probably aren't even the only security bugs on their site. This is just after 10 minutes of pentesting. Do
yourself a favor and stay far far away from this company. They have no clue about security and obviously don't give a
shit about their customers.
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- THQ website has multiple SQL injection bugs, and a reflected XSS Harry Balls (Jun 17)