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Vulnerability Assessment Details
Checks for multiple vulnerabilities in Cerberus Support Center
Detailed Explanation for this Vulnerability Assessment
The remote web server has a PHP application that is affected by SQL
injection and cross-site scripting flaws.
The remote host is running Cerberus Support Center, a customer support
portal written in PHP.
The installed version of Cerberus Support Center is affected by a
cross-site scripting flaw due to its failure to sanitize input to the
'kb_ask' parameter of the 'index.php' script before using it in
dynamically-generated web pages. In addition, it reportedly fails to
sanitize input to the the 'file_id' parameter of the
'attachment_send.php' script before it in database queries.
Exploitation of the SQL injection vulnerability requires that an
attacker first authenticate while the cross-site scripting issue may
be possible without authentication, depending on the application's
See also :
Upgrade to Cerberus Support Center 3.2.0pr2 and edit
'attachment_send.php' as described in the forum post referenced above.
Note that this does not, though, fix the cross-site scripting issue.
Network Security Threat Level:
High / CVSS Base Score : 7.0
Networks Security ID: 16062
Vulnerability Assessment Copyright: This script is Copyright (C) 2005-2006 Tenable Network Security
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