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Swedish Army Web Database SQL Injection

Swedish Army Web Database SQL Injection
Posted Apr 1, 2012
Authored by Vulnerability Laboratory | Site vulnerability-lab.com

Swedish Army Web Database suffers from a remote blind SQL injection vulnerability.

tags | exploit, remote, web, sql injection
SHA-256 | 7e938bfc087c0728d1bd159fce939f08dff13bd29c01f78e15cd32ea54f5a0c1

Swedish Army Web Database SQL Injection

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Swedish Army Web Database - SQL Injection Vulnerability




The Swedish Armed Forces (Swedish: Försvarsmakten) is a Swedish Government Agency (Swedish: Myndighet) responsible
for the operation of the armed forces of the Realm. The primary task of the agency is to train, organize and to
deploy military forces, domestically and abroad, while maintaining the long-term ability to defend the Realm in the
event of war. The Supreme Commander (Swedish: Överbefälhavaren), a four-star general or flag officer is also the
head of said agency, and he is the highest ranking professional officer on active duty. The Supreme Commander in turn
reports through the Minister for Defence to the Government of Sweden (Swedish: Regeringen).

There are three service branches: the Army (Swedish: Armén), the Air Force (Swedish: Flygvapnet) and the Navy
(Swedish: Marinen), all of whom are since 1994 part of the same agency.

Sweden s military forces was for over a century built upon the concepts of conscription and territorial defence,
supporting the longstanding national policy of non-alignment. Until the end of the Cold War nearly all men reaching
the age of military service were conscripted. In summer 2010 peacetime conscription ceased, to be replaced with
contracted personnel altogether. The transfer to the new system will be fully completed in 2018.
Units from the Swedish Armed Forces are currently on deployment in Afghanistan (ISAF) and Kosovo. Moreover, Sweden
contributes with military observers in various countries and serve as the lead nation for an EU Battle Group
approximately once every three years.

(Copy of the Vendor Homepage: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swedish_Armed_Forces

A Vulnerability Laboratory Researcher discovered critical Blind SQL Injection Vulnerability on the official website of the Swedish Army (Mil).

2012-03-08: Vendor Notification
2012-03-12: Vendor Response/Feedback
2012-03-31: Vendor Fix/Patch by VL Check
2012-04-01: Public or Non-Public Disclosure




A remote SQL Injection vulnerability is detected on the official Web-Server of the Swedish Army.
The vulnerability allows an attacker (remote) to inject/execute own sql commands on the affected military application dbms.
Successful exploitation of the vulnerability results in dbms & application compromise.

Vulnerable Module(s):
[+] Kalender - ID


Proof of Concept:
The vulnerability can be exploited by remote attacker without user inter action. For demonstration or reproduce ...

http://www.forsvarsmakten.se/sv/Aktuellt/Ovningar/#kalender?id=[BLIND SQL-INJECTION!]

The vulnerability can be patched/fixed by parsing the vulnerable kalender id url value request.

2012-03-31: Vendor Fix/Patch by VL Check

The security risk of the remote sql injection vulnerability is estimated as high(+).

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