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iGuard Biometric Access Control Cross Site Scripting

iGuard Biometric Access Control Cross Site Scripting
Posted Nov 8, 2011
Authored by Benjamin Kunz Mejri | Site vulnerability-lab.com

iGuard Biometric Access Control suffers from multiple input validation vulnerabilities that can allow for cross site scripting.

tags | advisory, vulnerability, xss
MD5 | a0012a1a2e65dae690f93c1766ef61fe

iGuard Biometric Access Control Cross Site Scripting

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Title:
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iGuard Biometric Access Control - Multiple Vulnerabilities


Date:
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2011-11-08


References:
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2011/Q3-4


VL-ID:
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104


Introduction:
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Each iGuard Biometric / Smart Card Security Appliance has a built-in Web Server enables all the computers in the corporate
network to directly simultaneously access the device using any Internet Browser, such as Microsoft Internet Explorer Netscape
Navigator. Different computer platforms such as Apple Macintosh, Microsoft Windows Linux machines can access the device. No
additional software is required. So whether you are in an airport lounge or a hotel room, you can always check if your employees
are already in the office or not, and you can even control, modify or disable their access rights to your office remotely via
internet connection provided your iGuard Biometric / Smart Card Security Appliance is connected to an external IP address or
your network is available through a VPN connection that is reachable from your location.

(Copy of the Vendor Website: http://iguard.me/iguard-access-control.html)


Abstract:
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Vulnerability-Lab Team discovered multiple persistent & non-persistent input validation vulnerabilities on iGuards - Biometric Access Control Application.


Report-Timeline:
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2011-09-01: Public or Non-Public Disclosure


Status:
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Published


Affected Products:
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Exploitation-Technique:
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Remote


Severity:
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Medium


Details:
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Multiple persistent input validation vulnerabilities are detected oniGuards - Biometric Access Control Application.
The vulnerability allows an local privileged user account or remote attacker(with inter action) to manipulate the vulnerable application sections.
Successful exploitation of the bug can lead to session hijacking & manipulation of vulnerable application modules via persistent inject.

Vulnerable Module(s): (Persistent)
[+] Select Month
[+] New Access Record - ID
[+] Department ID & Description

1.2
A client-side cross site vulnerability is detected on iGuards - Biometric Access Control Application.
The bug allows an remote attacker to attack (high user inter action) a customer on client-side. Successful exploitation can result in
phishing passwords or manipulation of content when processing client-side requests.


Vulnerable Module(s): (Non-Persistent)
[+] Employee Record


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Proof of Concept:
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The vulnerabilities can be exploited by remote attackers or local low privileged user accounts.
For demonstration or reproduce ...

PoC: (Persistent)
../database.cgi.htm



Risk:
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The security risk of the persistent web vulnerabilities are estimated as medium.
The security risk of the client-side vulnerability are estimated as low.


Credits:
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Vulnerability Research Laboratory - Benjamin Kunz Mejri (Rem0ve)


Disclaimer:
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