mnoGoSearch hostnames SQL injection
|mnogosearch-hostnames-sql-injection (71884)||Medium Risk|
mnoGoSearch is vulnerable to SQL injection. A remote attacker could send specially-crafted SQL statements using the hostnames in hypertext links, which could allow the attacker to view, add, modify or delete information in the back-end database.
Upgrade to the latest version of mnoGoSerarch 3.3.12, available from the mnoGoSerach Web site. See References.
- mnoGoSearch change history: Changes in 3.3.12 (December 15, 2011).
- mnoGoSearch Web Site: mnoGoSearch - Internet search engine software.
- BID-51113: mnoGoSearch Unspecified SQL Injection Vulnerability
- CVE-2011-5235: SQL injection vulnerability in mnoGoSearch before 3.3.12 allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary SQL commands via the hostname in a hypertext link.
- OSVDB ID: 77949: mnoGoSearch Hypertext Links Host Names SQL Injection
- SA47272: mnoGoSearch Hostnames SQL Injection Vulnerability
- mnoGoSearch mnoGoSearch 3.1.19
- mnoGoSearch mnoGoSearch 3.1.20
- mnoGoSearch mnoGoSearch 3.2.10
- mnoGoSearch mnoGoSearch 3.2.13
- mnoGoSearch mnoGoSearch 3.2.14
- mnoGoSearch mnoGoSearch 3.2.15
- mnoGoSearch mnoGoSearch 3.2.16
- mnoGoSearch mnoGoSearch 3.2.17
- mnoGoSearch mnoGoSearch 3.2.18
- mnoGoSearch mnoGoSearch 3.2.19
- mnoGoSearch mnoGoSearch 3.2.20
- mnoGoSearch mnoGoSearch 3.2.21
- mnoGoSearch mnoGoSearch 3.2.22
- mnoGoSearch mnoGoSearch 3.2.23
- mnoGoSearch mnoGoSearch 3.2.24
- mnoGoSearch mnoGoSearch 3.2.25
- mnoGoSearch mnoGoSearch 3.2.26
- mnoGoSearch mnoGoSearch 3.2.27
- mnoGoSearch mnoGoSearch 3.2.42
- mnoGoSearch mnoGoSearch 3.2.43
- mnoGoSearch mnoGoSearch 3.3.11
Dec 15, 2011
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