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Flogr 2.5.6 / 2.3 Cross Site Scripting

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  • Flogr 2.5.6 / 2.3 Cross Site Scripting

    Flogr v2.5.6 & v2.3 - Cross Site Script Vulnerabilities




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    Flogr is a flexible script that displays your flickr photos in a customizable photo gallery you host on your website.
    If you use flickr but want to have a different look and feel for your photo gallery you may like flogr.

    Customizable photoblog interface for your flickr photos
    Display all flickr photos, only photos with certain tags or only certain photosets
    Displays photo details, EXIF data, tags, geo location, and photo comments
    Thumbnail viewer displays photos by date taken, photoset, and tag
    Embedded Slimbox photo slideshow
    Map view of your geo tagged photos
    Flickr tag cloud page
    RSS 2.0 support

    (Copy of the Vendor Homepage: )

    The Laboratory Researcher (Nafsh) Ehram Shahmohamadi ( discovered mutliple non persistent Cross Site Scripting
    Vulnerabilities in the Flogr v2.5.6 & v2.3 photo gallery CMS.

    2012-07-11: Public or Non-Public Disclosure




    Multiple non persistent cross site scripting vulnerabilities are detected in the Flogr v2.5.6 & v2.3 photo gallery CMS.
    The vulnerability allows remote attackers to hijack website customer, moderator or admin sessions with high required
    user inter action or local low privileged user account. The vulnerabilities are located in the recent.php & index.php
    with the bound vulnerable tag parameter. Successful exploitation can result in account steal, phishing & client-side
    content request manipulation.

    Vulnerable Module(s):
    [+] Recent Listing
    [+] Index Listing

    Vulnerable File(s):
    [+] Recent.php
    [+] Index.php

    Vulnerable Parameter(s):
    [+] Tag

    Proof of Concept:
    inurl:"tag=" "powered by flogr v2.3"
    inurl:"tag=" "powered by flogr v2.5.6"
    inurl:"tag=" "powered by flogr v1.7"

    http://[TARGET]/recent.php?tag=[CROSS SITE SCRIPTING]
    http://[TARGET]/index.php?tag=[CROSS SITE SCRIPTING]

    Reference(s):<script src%3d//></script><script src%3d//></script>

    The security risk of the client side cross site scripting vulnerabilities are estimated as low(+)|(-)medium.

    Nafsh - Ehram Shahmohamadi - ([email protected]) [] - TEAM K0242

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