Bugzilla account creation email address SQL injection
|bugzilla-email-sql-injection (10235)||Medium Risk|
Bugzilla is vulnerable to SQL injection when a new account is being created. A remote attacker could insert SQL commands into the email address field when creating a new user, which would allow the attacker to add, modify, or delete data in the backend database, once the email address is submitted.
Upgrade to the latest version of Bugzilla (2.16.1 or later), as listed in Bugzilla Security Advisory October 1st, 2002. See References.
- Bugzilla Security Advisory October 1st, 2002: Bugzilla Security Advisory for v2.14.3 and v2.16.
- Bugzilla Web site: Bugzilla Project - Download.
- Bugzilla Web site: Bug 165221 - Apostrophes are not properly handled in e-mail addresses.
- BID-5842: Bugzilla Account Creation SQL Injection Vulnerability
- CVE-2002-1198: Bugzilla 2.16.x before 2.16.1 does not properly filter apostrophes from an email address during account creation, which allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary SQL via a SQL injection attack.
- OSVDB ID: 6353: Bugzilla New Account Creation SQL Injection
- Mozilla Bugzilla 2.14
- Mozilla Bugzilla 2.14.1
- Mozilla Bugzilla 2.14.2
- Mozilla Bugzilla 2.14.3
- Mozilla Bugzilla 2.14.4
- Mozilla Bugzilla 2.16
Oct 01, 2002
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