Zurmo 3.2.6 Reflected Cross Site Scripting

2019.07.27
Risk: Low
Local: No
Remote: Yes
CVE: N/A
CWE: CWE-79

Reflected Cross-site Scripting Vulnerability in Zurmo 3.2.6 Information -------------------- Advisory by Netsparker Name: Reflected Cross-site Scripting in Zurmo Affected Software: Zurmo Affected Versions: 3.2.6 Homepage: http://zurmo.org Vulnerability: Reflected Cross-site Scripting Severity: Critical Status: Not Fixed Netsparker Advisory Reference: NS-19-008 Technical Details -------------------- URL: http://{DOMAIN}/zurmo/app/index.php/tasks/default/modalCreate?modalId=<scRipt>alert(“xss”)</scRipt> Parameter Name: modalId Parameter Type:GET Attack Pattern:%3cscRipt%3ealert("xss")%3c%2fscRipt%3e Vulnerability Repro -------------------- Visit http://{DOMAIN}/zurmo/app/index.php/zurmo/group/create and enter a random group name and save it. Edit the new group from http://{DOMAIN}/zurmo/app/index.php/zurmo/group and replace the name with the attack pattern. Save and navigate back to http://{DOMAIN}/zurmo/app/index.php/zurmo/group . You’ll see the XSS pop up. Advisory Timeline -------------------- 17th May 2019 - First Attempted Contact 24th July 2019 - Advisory Released Credits & Authors -------------------- These issues have been discovered by Umran Yildirimkaya while testing the Netsparker Web Application Security Scanner. About Netsparker -------------------- Netsparker web application security scanner finds and reports security flaws and vulnerabilities such as SQL Injection and Cross-site Scripting (XSS) in all websites and web applications, regardless of the platform and technology they are built on. Netsparker scanning engine’s unique detection and exploitation techniques allow it to be dead accurate in reporting vulnerabilities.


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