Zend Framework 1.11.11 Database Configuration Disclosure

2019.02.18
Risk: Medium
Local: No
Remote: Yes
CVE: N/A
CWE: CWE-16

#################################################################### # Exploit Title : Zend Framework 1.11.11 Database Configuration Disclosure # Author [ Discovered By ] : KingSkrupellos # Team : Cyberizm Digital Security Army # Date : 16/02/2019 # Vendor Homepage : zend.com # Software Download Link : zend.com/en/company/community/framework/downloads # Software Information Link : framework.zend.com/changelog/1.11.11 github.com/feibeck/application.ini # Software Affected Version : 1.11.11 and other previous versions. Zend Framework 2.4 full - Version: 2.4.9 Zend Framework + PHP 5.6 Stack : Zend Server Free Trial Version: 8.5.0 # Tested On : Windows and Linux # Category : WebApps # Exploit Risk : Medium # Vulnerability Type : CWE-16 [ Configuration ] ~ CWE-200 [ Information Exposure ] # PacketStormSecurity : packetstormsecurity.com/files/authors/13968 # CXSecurity : cxsecurity.com/author/KingSkrupellos/1/ # Exploit4Arab : exploit4arab.org/author/351/KingSkrupellos # Reference Link : packetstormsecurity.com/files/151680/Zend-Framework-1.11.11-Database-Configuration-Disclosure.html #################################################################### # Description about Software : *************************** Zend Framework is a collection of professional PHP packages. APPLICATION.INI CheatSheet for your Zend Framework Application Collection of all available configuration options via Zend_Application and it's bootstrap resources. Should work with Zend Framework 1.11.11 Use this file as application.ini in your applications config folder. Uncomment and set all options that your application needs. Alternatively use this file as a cheatsheet and copy all needed options to your application.ini. #################################################################### # Impact : *********** Zend Framework 1.11.11 [ and other versions ] configuration file may potentially disclose sensitive information to remote attackers. The configuration file that Zend Framework 1.11.11 stored in /application/configs/application.ini HTTP requests consisting of a single character will cause the software to disclose sensitive configuration information, including the password/database to the administrative web interface. This file is installed, by default, with world readable and possibly world writeable permissions enabled. This may have some potentially serious consequences as the configuration file also stores password information in plain text. This issue occurs because access controls on configuration files are not properly set. An attacker can exploit this issue to retrieve potentially sensitive information. Attackers can access config file via URL request. This may aid in further attacks. #################################################################### # Configuration File Disclosure Exploit : ********************************** /application/configs/application.ini /application.ini resources.db.adapter = "" resources.db.params.host = "" resources.db.params.username="" resources.db.params.password="" resources.db.params.dbname="" app_db.adapter = app_db.config.host = app_db.config.username = app_db.config.password = app_db.config.dbname = resources.multidb.name1.adapter = resources.multidb.name1.dbname = resources.multidb.name1.username = resources.multidb.name1.password = resources.multidb.name1.host = resources.multidb.name1.default = resources.multidb.name1.charset = #################################################################### # Discovered By KingSkrupellos from Cyberizm.Org Digital Security Team ####################################################################

Referencje:

packetstormsecurity.com/files/151680/Zend-Framework-1.11.11-Database-Configuration-Disclosure.html


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