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IXXO Cart SQL Injection

IXXO Cart SQL Injection
Posted Jul 28, 2009
Authored by SmOk3

IXXO Cart suffers from a remote SQL injection vulnerability.

tags | exploit, remote, sql injection
SHA-256 | d47b44cc75c155b3a4a4233833e2d23127e4eb434075b18d6077027b8b878917

IXXO Cart SQL Injection

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Original advisory at:
http://www.davidsopas.com/2009/07/25/ixxo-cart-standalone-and-joomla-component-sql-injection/

Ref. [DSF-03-2009] – IXXO Cart! Standalone and Joomla Component SQL Injection
Vendor: IXXO Internet Solutions
Status: Patched by vendor

IXXO Cart!
IXXO Cart is an extremely powerful php shopping cart and web site
builder application. Designed from a marketing perspective, this
ecommerce application is feature-packed, robust, scalable and easy to
use. IXXO Cart Plus is the clear choice for serious merchants focused
on rapidly and cost effectively deploying, managing and growing a
successful web-based business.
New users appreciate the easy-to-use tools designed to help set up
their store quickly and effectively while experienced users love the
ability to customize and manage our software to meet the needs of
their growing business.

Description
This very known PHP store is vulnerable to SQL Injection on “parent” variable.
Injecting a specific combination of SQL commands will execute the new
SQL query and even provide sensitive database information that could
help a malicious user to complete and enter a valid SQL injection
query.

Proof of concept
parent=1%27)%20order%20by%203/*

Impact
A malicious user could manipulate SQL queries by injecting arbitrary
SQL code and return private information.

Time-line
June 2, 2009 – First contact by contact form
June 17, 2009 – Second contact by email
June 17, 2009 – Reply from vendor
June 18, 2009 – Vendor reported that only standalone version and
Joomla 1.0.x component are vulnerable
June 24, 2009 – Vendor asked for more time to patch and warn their
clients about this vulnerability
June 25, 2009 – Vendor released 3.9.6.1 and and updated demo versions
on their site
July 20, 2009 – Third contact to check the status
July 25, 2009 – Advisory goes public

Disclosed
Not yet published in any database
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