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An issue was discovered in BTITeam XBTIT 2.5.4. The "returnto" parameter of account_change.php is vulnerable to an open redirect, a different vulnerability than CVE-2018-15683.
An issue was discovered in BTITeam XBTIT 2.5.4. news.php allows XSS via the id parameter.
An issue was discovered in BTITeam XBTIT. PHP error logs are stored in an open directory (/include/logs) using predictable file names, which can lead to full path disclosure and leakage of sensitive data.
An issue was discovered in BTITeam XBTIT. The "returnto" parameter of the login page is vulnerable to an open redirect due to a lack of validation. If a user is already logged in when accessing the page, they will be instantly redirected.
An issue was discovered in BTITeam XBTIT. Due to a lack of cross-site request forgery protection, it is possible to automate the action of sending private messages to users by luring an authenticated user to a web page that automatically submits a form on their behalf.
An issue was discovered in BTITeam XBTIT 2.5.4. When a user logs in, their password hash is rehashed using a predictable salt and stored in the "pass" cookie, which is not flagged as HTTPOnly. Due to the weak and predictable salt that is in place, an attacker who successfully steals this cookie can efficiently brute-force it to retrieve the user's cleartext password.
An issue was discovered in BTITeam XBTIT 2.5.4. The hashed passwords stored in the xbtit_users table are stored as unsalted MD5 hashes, which makes it easier for context-dependent attackers to obtain cleartext values via a brute-force attack.
An issue was discovered in BTITeam XBTIT 2.5.4. The "keywords" parameter in the search function available at /index.php?page=forums&action=search is vulnerable to reflected cross-site scripting.
An issue was discovered in BTITeam XBTIT 2.5.4. The "act" parameter in the sign-up page available at /index.php?page=signup is vulnerable to reflected cross-site scripting.
The newsfeed (aka /index.php?page=viewnews) in BTITeam XBTIT 2.5.4 has stored XSS via the title of a news item. This is also exploitable via CSRF.
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