PostCalendar calendar event cross-site scripting
|postcalendar-calendar-event-xss (8899)||Medium Risk|
PostCalendar is vulnerable to cross-site scripting. A remote attacker could create a malicious calendar event containing malicious script embedded within HTML tags, which would execute in the victim's Web browser when the event is viewed. An attacker could use this vulnerability to steal a user's cookie-based authentication credentials or redirect users to other Web sites.
Upgrade to the latest version of PostCalendar (3.0.2 or later), available from the PostCalendar Web page. See References.
- Bahraini.TV Web site: Bahraini.TV -- Downloads.
- BugTraq Mailing List, Sat Apr 20 2002 - 02:51:53 CDT: Vulnerability in PostCalendar.
- PHP Developer's Network: PostCalendar Cross-Site Scripting.
- PostCalendar Web site: PostCalendar Development Site.
- BID-4563: PostCalendar 3.0 Cross Site Scripting Vulnerability
- CVE-2002-0739: Cross-site scripting in PostCalendar 3.02 allows remote attackers to insert arbitrary HTML and script, and steal cookies, by modifying a calendar entry in its preview page.
- OSVDB ID: 9242: PostCalendar Calendar Entry Modification XSS
- PostCalendar Development Team PostCalendar 3.0
Apr 20, 2002
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