SocialEngine PHPSESSID HTTP response splitting
|socialengine-phpsessid-response-splitting (46771)||Medium Risk|
SocialEngine is vulnerable to HTTP response splitting attacks, caused by improper validation of input. A remote attacker could exploit this vulnerability and modify HTTP headers using the PHPSESSID cookie parameter in a specially-crafted URL to cause the server to return a split response, once the URL is clicked. This would allow the attacker to perform further attacks, such as Web cache poisoning or cross-site scripting, and possibly obtain sensitive information.
No remedy available as of July 1, 2014.
- BugTraq Mailing List, Thu Nov 20 2008 - 11:20:21 CST : Social Engine 2.7 CRLF Injection + SQL injection.
- SocialEngine Web site: SocialEngine PHP Social Network Script.
- BID-32382: SocialEngine HTTP Response Splitting and SQL-injection Vulnerabilities
- CVE-2008-6121: CRLF injection vulnerability in SocialEngine (SE) 2.7 and earlier allows remote attackers to inject arbitrary HTTP headers and conduct HTTP response splitting attacks via the PHPSESSID cookie.
- OSVDB ID: 54355: Social Engine PHPSESSID Cookie CRLF Injection
- Webligo Developments SocialEngine 1.0
- Webligo Developments SocialEngine 1.1
- Webligo Developments SocialEngine 1.4
- Webligo Developments SocialEngine 1.6
- Webligo Developments SocialEngine 1.7
- Webligo Developments SocialEngine 1.8
- Webligo Developments SocialEngine 2.0 Beta Online
- Webligo Developments SocialEngine 2.0
- Webligo Developments SocialEngine 2.1
- Webligo Developments SocialEngine 2.4 SE
- Webligo Developments SocialEngine 2.5
- Webligo Developments SocialEngine 2.7
Nov 20, 2008
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