K+B-Bestellsystem kb_whois.cgi command execution
|kbbestellsystem-kbwhois-command-execution (38635)||High Risk|
K+B-Bestellsystem could allow a remote attacker to execute arbitrary commands on the system, caused by improper validation of user-supplied input by the kb_whois.cgi script when the action parameter is set to check_owner. A remote attacker could inject arbitrary shell commands using the domain and tld parameters containing a semi-colon character (;), which would allow the attacker to execute arbitrary commands on the system with the privileges of the Web server.
No remedy available as of September 1, 2014.
- amensa-soft Web site: K+B-Bestellsystem. (Web site is in German)
- BugTraq Mailing List, Thu Nov 22 2007 - 05:19:29 CST : Remote Shell Command Execution in "KB-Bestellsystem" (amensa-soft.de).
- BID-26541: amensa-soft K+B-Bestellsystem KB_Whois.CGI Multiple Remote Shell Command Execution Vulnerabilities
- CVE-2007-6176: kb_whois.cgi in K+B-Bestellsystem (aka KB-Bestellsystem) allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary commands via shell metacharacters in the (1) domain or (2) tld parameter in a check_owner action.
- OSVDB ID: 40495: K+B-Bestellsystem kb_whois.cgi check_owner Action Multiple Variable Remote Command Execution
- SA27782: K+B-Bestellsystem "domain"/"tld" Command Execution Vulnerabilities
- amensa-soft K+B-Bestellsystem
Nov 22, 2007
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