HelpBox sys_request_id parameter SQL injection
|helpbox-sysrequestid-sql-injection (39539)||Medium Risk|
HelpBox is vulnerable to SQL injection. A remote authenticated attacker could send specially-crafted SQL statements to the changerequeststatus.asp, editrequestuser.asp, requestcommentsuser.asp, or useractions.asp scripts using the sys_request_id parameter, which could allow the attacker to view, add, modify or delete information in the back-end database.
Upgrade to the latest version of HelpBox (4.0 or later), available from the Layton Technology Web site. See References.
- Layton Technology Web site: Layton Technology.
- Secunia Research 08/01/2008: Layton HelpBox Multiple Vulnerabilities.
- BID-27187: HelpBox Multiple Security Vulnerabilities
- CVE-2007-5402: Multiple SQL injection vulnerabilities in Layton HelpBox 3.7.1 allow (1) remote attackers to execute arbitrary SQL commands via the sys_request_id parameter to editrequestenduser.asp; and allow remote authenticated users to execute arbitrary SQL commands via (2) the oldpassword parameter to writepwdenduser.asp, and the sys_request_id parameter to (3) changerequeststatus.asp, (4) editrequestuser.asp, (5) requestcommentsuser.asp, and (6) useractions.asp, different vectors than CVE-2004-2551.
- SA27699: Layton HelpBox Multiple Vulnerabilities
- Layton Technology HelpBox 3.7.1
Jan 08, 2008
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