AWStats Totals multisort() command execution
|awstatstotals-multisort-command-execution (44712)||High Risk|
AWStats Totals could allow a remote attacker to execute arbitrray command on the system, caused by improper validation of user-supplied input by the multisort() function. By creating specially-crafted sort parameters, a remote attacker could exploit this vulnerability to execute arbitrary commands on the vulnerable system.
Upgrade to the latest version of AWStats Totals (1.15 or later), available from the Telartis Web site. See References.
- Emory University UTS Security Advisory EMORY-2008-01 : Multiple Vulnerabilities in AWStats Totals .
- Offensive Security Exploit Database [05-25-2011]: AWStats Totals =< v1.14 multisort Remote Command Execution.
- Telartis Web site: AWStats Totals 1.15.
- BID-30856: AWStats Totals 'sort' Parameter Remote Command Execution Vulnerabilities
- CVE-2008-3922: awstatstotals.php in AWStats Totals 1.0 through 1.14 allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via PHP sequences in the sort parameter, which is used by the multisort function when dynamically creating an anonymous PHP function.
- OSVDB ID: 47807: AWStats Totals awstatstotals.php multisort() Function sort Parameter Arbitrary PHP Code Execution
- SA31630: AWStats Totals Cross-site Scripting and PHP Code Execution
- VUPEN/ADV-2008-2442: AWStats Totals Code Execution and Cross Ste Scripting Vulnerabilities
- Telartis BV AWStats Totals 1.0
- Telartis BV AWStats Totals 1.1
- Telartis BV AWStats Totals 1.11
- Telartis BV AWStats Totals 1.13
- Telartis BV AWStats Totals 1.14
Aug 26, 2008
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