Yaeger CMS 1.2.1 test_adodb_lite.php dbhost Port server-side request forgery

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A vulnerability classified as problematic was found in Yaeger CMS 1.2.1 (Content Management System). Affected by this vulnerability is an unknown code of the file libs/org/adodb_lite/tests/test_adodb_lite.php. The manipulation of the argument dbhost with an unknown input leads to a server-side request forgery vulnerability (Port). The CWE definition for the vulnerability is CWE-918. The web server receives a URL or similar request from an upstream component and retrieves the contents of this URL, but it does not sufficiently ensure that the request is being sent to the expected destination. As an impact it is known to affect confidentiality.

The bug was discovered 02/10/2016. The weakness was released 04/24/2017 as not defined posting (Bugtraq). It is possible to read the advisory at securityfocus.com. This vulnerability is known as CVE-2015-7570 since 09/29/2015. The exploitation appears to be easy. The attack can be launched remotely. The exploitation doesn't need any form of authentication. Technical details and also a public exploit are known.

After even before and not, there has been an exploit disclosed. It is possible to download the exploit at exploit-db.com. It is declared as proof-of-concept. The vulnerability was handled as a non-public zero-day exploit for at least 439 days. During that time the estimated underground price was around $0-$5k. By approaching the search of inurl:libs/org/adodb_lite/tests/test_adodb_lite.php it is possible to find vulnerable targets with Google Hacking.

There is no information about possible countermeasures known. It may be suggested to replace the affected object with an alternative product.

The vulnerability is also documented in the vulnerability database at Exploit-DB (39436). Entries connected to this vulnerability are available at 100530, 100529 and 104937.





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Name: Port
Class: Server-side request forgery / Port
CWE: CWE-918
ATT&CK: Unknown

Local: No
Remote: Yes

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Access: Public
Status: Proof-of-Concept
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Recommended: no mitigation known
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09/29/2015 🔍
02/10/2016 +134 days 🔍
02/10/2016 +0 days 🔍
02/10/2016 +0 days 🔍
04/24/2017 +439 days 🔍
04/24/2017 +0 days 🔍
04/25/2017 +1 days 🔍
12/02/2022 +2047 days 🔍


Advisory: 135716
Status: Not defined

CVE: CVE-2015-7570 (🔍)
OSVDB: - Yeager CMS dbhost server-side request forgery

scip Labs: https://www.scip.ch/en/?labs.20161013
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Created: 04/25/2017 08:53 AM
Updated: 12/02/2022 08:51 AM
Changes: 04/25/2017 08:53 AM (68), 09/20/2020 04:35 PM (2), 12/02/2022 08:51 AM (4)
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