phpGroupWare calendar and infolog SQL injection
|phpgroupware-calendar-infolog-sql-injection (14846)||Medium Risk|
Joseph Engo's phpGroupWare is vulnerable to SQL injection. A remote attacker could exploit this vulnerability by passing malicious SQL commands to the calendar or infolog modules, which would allow the attacker to add, modify, or delete information in the backend database.
For Debian GNU/Linux 3.0 (woody):
Upgrade to the latest version of phpgroupware (0.9.14-0.RC3.2.woody3 or later), as listed in DSA-419-1. See References.
For other distributions:
Contact your vendor for upgrade or patch information.
- BID-9386: PHPGroupWare Multiple Module SQL Injection Vulnerabilities
- CVE-2004-0017: Multiple SQL injection vulnerabilities in the (1) calendar and (2) infolog modules for phpgroupware 0.9.14 allow remote attackers to perform unauthorized database operations.
- DSA-419: phpgroupware -- missing filename sanitising
- OSVDB ID: 2691: phpGroupWare Calendar Module SQL Injection
- OSVDB ID: 6857: phpGroupWare Infolog Module SQL Injection
- SECTRACK ID: 1008662: phpGroupWare Flaws Allow SQL Injection and PHP File Uploading
- Debian Debian Linux 3.0
- Joseph Engo phpGroupWare prior to 0.9.14.007
Oct 21, 2003
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