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sphpblog_vulns.pl.txt
Posted Aug 31, 2005
Authored by Kenneth F. Belva | Site ftusecurity.com

Exploit that demonstrates a vulnerability in the comment_delete_cgi.php from SimplePHPBlog. The PHP script allows for the arbitrary deletion of files. This vulnerability, in combination with the fact that the installation scripts are left on the server after installation, allows an arbitrary user to reset the admin password to one of the attacker's choosing.

tags | exploit, arbitrary, php
MD5 | d5a02f6fa42800a232858d4f054b1541
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