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Re: Cookie stealing and XSS vulnerable in Zenphoto version
From: Henri Salo <henri () nerv fi>
Date: Mon, 8 Oct 2012 17:41:43 +0300

On Tue, Oct 02, 2012 at 07:16:11AM +0100, Scott Herbert wrote:
Affected products:

Product :             Zenphoto (and maybe older) fixed in
Affected function:    printPublishIconLink


The file admin-news-articles.php calls the function printPublishIconLink
which generates HTML from data stored in the $_GET super global, this can be
used to generate a XSS attack or more seriously, as a admin user need to be
logged in to access the page admin-news-articles.php, a cookie stealing

Example code:

Suggested fix:

Sanitize the $_GET super global on lines 1637 through 1641 in
zenpage-admin-functions.php file


12-Sept-2012  Zenphoto and UK-CERT informed
18-Sept-2012 Zenphoto confirmed and fixed (see
1-Oct-2012 Zenphoto released fixing hole.

Scott Herbert Cert Web Apps (Open)
Twitter @Scott_Herbert

Hello list,

Zenphoto (tar.gz 3fe44951e33e726d2bba229880885075) is still affected by this vulnerability. Please notice 
"OSVDB is not aware of a solution for this vulnerability. The original disclosure states that the vendor claimed to 
have fixed this issue in version, but Secunia has confirmed it to still be vulnerable." from 
http://osvdb.org/85899 and I verified this manually. Does this vulnerability have CVE-identifier?

- Henri Salo

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