PhpGedView allows administrative password modification
|phpgedview-modify-admin-password (14161)||Medium Risk|
PhpGedView could allow a remote attacker to reinstall the editconfig.php script, if this script was not deleted after installation, and modify the administrative password.
No remedy available as of December 1, 2013.
- BugTraq Mailing List, Tue Jan 06 2004 - 00:19:55 CST : Vuln in PHPGEDVIEW 2.61 Multi-Problem.
- CVE-2004-0031: PHPGEDVIEW 2.61 allows remote attackers to reinstall the software and change the administrator password via a direct HTTP request to editconfig.php.
- OSVDB ID: 3403: PhpGedView editconfig.php Change Administrative Password
- SA10565: PhpGedView Multiple Vulnerabilities
- PhpGedView PhpGedView 2.61
Jan 06, 2004
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