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CAPTCHA bypass vulnerability in MantisBT before 1.2.19.



Cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability in MantisBT 1.2.13 and later before 1.2.20.



Cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability in MantisBT before 1.2.19 and 1.3.x before 1.3.0-beta.2 allows remote attackers to inject arbitrary web script or HTML via the url parameter to permalink_page.php.



If, after successful installation of MantisBT through 2.5.2 on MySQL/MariaDB, the administrator does not remove the 'admin' directory (as recommended in the "Post-installation and upgrade tasks" section of the MantisBT Admin Guide), and the MySQL client has a local_infile setting enabled (in php.ini mysqli.allow_local_infile, or the MySQL client config file, depending on the PHP setup), an attacker may take advantage of MySQL's "connect file read" feature to remotely access files on the MantisBT server.



An XSS issue was discovered in manage_user_page.php in MantisBT 2.x before 2.5.2. The 'filter' field is not sanitized before being rendered in the Manage User page, allowing remote attackers to execute arbitrary JavaScript code if CSP is disabled.



An XSS issue was discovered in admin/install.php in MantisBT before 1.3.12 and 2.x before 2.5.2. Some variables under user control in the MantisBT installation script are not properly sanitized before being output, allowing remote attackers to inject arbitrary JavaScript code, as demonstrated by the $f_database, $f_db_username, and $f_admin_username variables. This is mitigated by the fact that the admin/ folder should be deleted after installation, and also prevented by CSP.



The "Project Documentation" feature in MantisBT 1.2.19 and earlier, when the threshold to access files ($g_view_proj_doc_threshold) is set to ANYBODY, allows remote authenticated users to download attachments linked to arbitrary private projects via a file id number in the file_id parameter to file_download.php.



MantisBT before 1.3.11, 2.x before 2.3.3, and 2.4.x before 2.4.1 omits a backslash check in string_api.php and consequently has conflicting interpretations of an initial \/ substring as introducing either a local pathname or a remote hostname, which leads to (1) arbitrary Permalink Injection via CSRF attacks on a permalink_page.php?url= URI and (2) an open redirect via a login_page.php?return= URI.



A cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability in the MantisBT (2.3.x before 2.3.2) Timeline include page, used in My View (my_view_page.php) and User Information (view_user_page.php) pages, allows remote attackers to inject arbitrary code (if CSP settings permit it) through crafted PATH_INFO in a URL, due to use of unsanitized $_SERVER['PHP_SELF'] to generate URLs.



MantisBT through 2.3.0 allows arbitrary password reset and unauthenticated admin access via an empty confirm_hash value to verify.php.


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