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Avaya Radvision SCOPIA Desktop SQL Injection

Avaya Radvision SCOPIA Desktop SQL Injection
Posted Apr 4, 2017
Authored by Patrick Webster

Avaya Radvision SCOPIA Desktop versions 7.7.000.042 and 8.2.101.046 suffer from a blind SQL injection vulnerability.

tags | exploit, sql injection
SHA-256 | 9df3a8763b4d5e5041c60ed04a57311756f2452722710236a1bec7035997445b

Avaya Radvision SCOPIA Desktop SQL Injection

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https://www.osisecurity.com.au/avaya-radvision-scopia-desktop-dlg_loginowneridjsp-ownerid-sql-injection.html

Date:
04-Apr-2017

Product:
Avaya Radvision SCOPIA Desktop

Versions affected:
v7.7.000.042 released in 2011 (confirmed)
v8.2.101.046 relased in 2013 (confirmed)

Vulnerability:
Blind SQL injection.

Vulnerability details:
The vulnerability exists within a HTTP POST request to gain access to
stored recordings.

Example:

POST /scopia/recording/dlg_loginownerid.jsp HTTP/1.1
Host: [target]
User-Agent: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 6.0)
Accept: text/html,application/xhtml+xml,application/xml;q=0.9,*/*;q=0.8
Accept-Language: en-au,en-us;q=0.7,en;q=0.3
Accept-Encoding: gzip, deflate
DNT: 1
Referer: http://[target]/scopia/recording/dlg_loginownerid.jsp?
action=dlg_editrecording.jsp&recordingid=1-7167089-1363064367035&ownerid=-bf-61-8a-ec-32-3a-07-47-83-8a-e9-0e-b6-80-f8-09
Cookie: JSESSIONID=790A47F394DD04FA996266A94892C34F
Connection: keep-alive
Content-Type: application/x-www-form-urlencoded
Content-Length: 158

recordingid=1-7167089-1363064367035&ownerid=-bf-61-8a-ec-32-3a-07-47-83-8a-e9-0e-b6-80-f8-09&action=dlg_editrecording.jsp&username=A&password=1E1F06A7DCEB8AD8

Only one parameter is vulnerable. The 'ownerid' field contains a blind
/ time attack based SQL injection.

Disclosure timeline:
13-Nov-2013 - Discovered during audit.
07-Feb-2014 - Notified vendor.
10-Feb-2014 - Discussed and demonstrated with vendor.
20-Feb-2014 - Vendor patch released.
04-Apr-2017 - Public disclosure.

Credit:
Discovered by Patrick Webster

OSI Security is an independent network and computer security auditing
and consulting company based in Sydney, Australia. We provide internal
and external penetration testing, vulnerability auditing and wireless
site audits, vendor product assessments, secure network design,
forensics and risk mitigation services.

We can be found at http://www.osisecurity.com.au/
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