Bitweaver saveFeed() function code execution
|bitweaver-savefeed-code-execution (50631)||High Risk|
Bitweaver could allow a remote attacker to execute arbitrary code on the system, caused by improper validation by the feedcreator.class.php script. By placing PHP sequences into the account "display name" setting and invoking boards_rss.php, a remote attacker could exploit this vulnerability via the HTTP Host header to inject and execute arbitrary code on the system.
No remedy available as of June 1, 2013.
- Bitweaver Web site: welcome to bitweaver.org.
- BID-34910: Bitweaver Multiple Input Validation Vulnerabilities
- CVE-2009-1677: Multiple static code injection vulnerabilities in the saveFeed function in rss/feedcreator.class.php in Bitweaver 2.6 and earlier allow (1) remote authenticated users to inject arbitrary PHP code into files by placing PHP sequences into the account's display name setting and then invoking boards/boards_rss.php, and might allow (2) remote attackers to inject arbitrary PHP code into files via the HTTP Host header in a request to boards/boards_rss.php.
- OSVDB ID: 54618: bitweaver rss/feedcreator.class.php saveFeed Function Arbitrary PHP Code Injection
- SA35057: Bitweaver "version" Directory Traversal Vulnerability
- Bitweaver Bitweaver 1.1
- Bitweaver Bitweaver 1.1.1 Beta
- Bitweaver Bitweaver 1.2.1
- Bitweaver Bitweaver 1.3
- Bitweaver Bitweaver 1.3.1
- Bitweaver Bitweaver 2.0.0
- Bitweaver Bitweaver 2.0.2
- Bitweaver Bitweaver 2.5
- Bitweaver Bitweaver 2.6
May 12, 2009
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