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Digital Defense VRT Advisory 2008.16

Digital Defense VRT Advisory 2008.16
Posted Dec 30, 2008
Authored by Digital Defense, Corey LeBleu, r@b13$ | Site digitaldefense.net

The Citrix Broadcast Server administrative login page is vulnerable to trivial SQL injections via the txtUID HTTP POST parameter. An attacker could leverage this flaw to obtain unauthorized access to the web interface or to extract data from the database via blind SQL injection.

tags | advisory, web, sql injection
MD5 | 657e79ffbf7ce2e8ad204969e22dbf2f

Digital Defense VRT Advisory 2008.16

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Title
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DDIVRT-2008-16 Citrix Broadcast Server 6.0 login.asp SQL Injection

Severity
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High

Date Discovered
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October 14, 2008

Discovered By
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Digital Defense, Inc. Vulnerability Research Team
Credit: Corey LeBleu and r@b13$

Vulnerability Description
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The Citrix Broadcast Server administrative login page is vulnerable to trivial SQL injections via the txtUID HTTP POST parameter. An attacker could leverage this flaw to obtain unauthorized access to the web interface or to extract data from the database via blind SQL injection.

Solution Description
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Citrix has released a patch for this flaw as described in Document ID CTX119315. Digital Defense, Inc. would like that thank Citrix for quickly addressing this security vulnerability.

Tested Systems / Software (with versions)
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Windows 2003 with Citrix BCS 6.0 for Citrix Access Gateway. Other versions of the Citrix BCS may be vulnerable. According to Citrix Document ID CTX119315, the Avaya AG250 Broadcast Server 2.0 is also vulnerable to this flaw.

Vendor Contact
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Citrix Systems, Inc.
www.citrix.com
secure@citrix.com

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