moziloWiki PHPSESSID session hijacking
|mozilowiki-phpsessid-session-hijacking (45528)||Medium Risk|
moziloWiki could allow a remote attacker to hijack a valid user's session, caused by a vulnerability in the PHPSESSID cookie variable. By setting the PHPSESSID variable to a fixed value, a remote attacker could hijack a victim's session once the victim logs into the application using the set PHPSESSID value.
Upgrade to the latest version of moziloWiki (1.0.2 or later), available from the moziloWiki Web site. See References.
- MajorSecurity Advisory #56: moziloWiki - Multiple Remote Vulnerabilities.
- moziloWiki Web site: Download.
- moziloWiki Web site: Das Wiki für Einsteiger - Changelog.
- BID-31493: moziloWiki Prior to 1.0.2 Multiple Vulnerabilities
- CVE-2008-6131: Session fixation vulnerability in moziloWiki 1.0.1 and earlier allows remote attackers to hijack web sessions by setting the PHPSESSID parameter.
- OSVDB ID: 54291: moziloWiki PHPSESSID Parameter Session Fixation
- SA32024: moziloWiki Multiple Vulnerabilities
- Mozilo moziloWiki 0.10
- Mozilo moziloWiki 0.7
- Mozilo moziloWiki 0.8
- Mozilo moziloWiki 0.9
- Mozilo moziloWiki 1.0.0
- Mozilo moziloWiki 1.0.1
- mozilo moziloWiki 1.0.1 de
Sep 30, 2008
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