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Yoono Desktop 1.8.16 Cross Site Scripting

Yoono Desktop 1.8.16 Cross Site Scripting
Posted Feb 10, 2012
Authored by r007k17-w

Yoono Desktop add-on version 1.8.16 suffers from a cross site scripting vulnerability.

tags | exploit, xss
MD5 | bf747ffeab90b65e5dcef68382ab8cd6

Yoono Desktop 1.8.16 Cross Site Scripting

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   TITLE:  Yoono Desktop Application Persistent XSS
vendor: Yoono
Version: 1.8.16
Impact: Persistent XSS
Software Link: available in yoono site

Author: r007k17-w
Email: n4gb07@gmail.com
Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/r007k17w
My blog: http://shadowrootkit.wordpress.com/


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DEMO:
1.From yonoo Apps Login with any account(say google).
2.Online friend list is opened
3.Click 'friends' link just below the status field.
4.Pop up window 'Add friends' is seen.
5.Input random email-id,eg: qwerty@xyz.com and Create a group
by selecting
field.(drop down)
6.Now in the 'create' field
POST DATA:"><iframe src="JavaScript:alert('XSS');></iframe>


Tested On:
Win7 Ultimate(6.1,build 7600)

Solution: Input sanitization,Upgrade to next version

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Comments (3)

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reivax

Hi there,

Thanks for finding this, we'll fix it as fast as possible.

If I may suggest, it would have been great to contact us, preferably before making this public, to give us a chance to fix it first, as is usual with security issues.

best regards,
Xavier

Comment by reivax
2012-02-17 13:56:22 UTC | Permalink | Reply
reivax

Hi, this was fixed on Friday, new release available on our website.

Comment by reivax
2012-02-20 09:47:17 UTC | Permalink | Reply
r007k17w

yeah sure :)

Comment by r007k17w
2012-05-21 20:38:49 UTC | Permalink | Reply
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