Gallery save_photos.php PHP file upload
|gallery-savephotos-file-upload (17021)||Medium Risk|
Gallery could allow a remote attacker to upload malicious PHP files, caused by a vulnerability in the save_photos.php script. A remote attacker could upload a malicious PHP file, which would allow the attacker to execute code on the vulnerable Web server, once the file is opened.
For Gentoo Linux:
Upgrade to the latest version of gallery (1.4.4_p2 or later), as listed in GLSA 200409-05. See References.
- Full-Disclosure Mailing List, Tue Aug 17 2004 - 11:23:57 CDT : Gallery 1.4.4 save_photos.php PHP Insertion Proof of Concept.
- BID-10968: Gallery Remote Server-Side Script Execution Vulnerability
- CVE-2004-1466: The set_time_limit function in Gallery before 1.4.4_p2 deletes non-image files in a temporary directory every 30 seconds after they have been uploaded using save_photos.php, which allows remote attackers to upload and execute execute arbitrary scripts before they are deleted, if the temporary directory is under the web root.
- GLSA-200409-05: Gallery: Arbitrary command execution
- OSVDB ID: 9019: Gallery save_photos.php Arbitrary Command Execution
- Gallery Gallery 1.4.4
- Gentoo Linux
Aug 17, 2004
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