phpMyAdmin schema file include
|phpmyadmin-schema-file-include (68768)||Medium Risk|
phpMyAdmin could allow a remote attacker to include arbitrary files. A remote attacker could send a specially-crafted URL request to the relational schema code using an unspecified parameter, to specify a malicious file from the local system, which could allow the attacker to obtain sensitive information or execute arbitrary code on the vulnerable Web server.
Note: In order to exploit this vulnerability to execute arbitrary code, the attacker would first be required to upload a malicious file or inject arbitrary commands into an existing file.
Refer to PMASA-2011-11 for patch, upgrade or suggested workaround information. See References.
- PMASA-2011-11: Local file inclusion vulnerability and code execution.
- BID-48874: phpMyAdmin Prior to 188.8.131.52 and 184.108.40.206 Multiple Remote Vulnerabilities
- CVE-2011-2718: Multiple directory traversal vulnerabilities in the relational schema implementation in phpMyAdmin 3.4.x before 220.127.116.11 allow remote authenticated users to include and execute arbitrary local files via directory traversal sequences in an export type field, related to (1) libraries/schema/User_Schema.class.php and (2) schema_export.php.
- OSVDB ID: 74111: phpMyAdmin Relational Schema Local File Inclusion
- SA45365: phpMyAdmin Multiple Vulnerabilities
- phpMyAdmin phpMyAdmin 3.4.0
- phpMyAdmin phpMyAdmin 3.4.3
- phpMyAdmin phpMyAdmin 18.104.22.168
Jul 23, 2011
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