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Vulnerability Assessment Details

bttlxeForum SQL injection

Vulnerability Assessment Summary
Uses a SQL query as a password

Detailed Explanation for this Vulnerability Assessment

The remote host is running bttlexeForum, a set of CGIs designed to
run a forum-based web server on a Windows platform.

There is a SQL injection bug in the remote server which permited
Nessus to log in as 'administrator' by supplying the password 'or id='

A possible hacker may use this flaw to impersonate users on this host (potentially
making the webmaster legally liable for the impersonations) or gain the control
of the remote SQL database

Solution : http://www.battleaxesoftware.com/forums/forum.asp?forumid=36&select=1812
Network Security Threat Level: High

Networks Security ID: 7416

Vulnerability Assessment Copyright: This script is Copyright (C) 2003 Renaud Deraison

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