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I want to warn you about vulnerabilities in Moxiecode Image Manager (MCImageManager). This is commercial plugin for TinyMCE. It concerns as MCImageManager, as all web applications which have MCImageManager in their bundle.

These are Arbitrary File Uploading vulnerabilities, which lead to Code Execution on IIS and Apache web servers.

Affected products:

Vulnerable are Moxiecode Image Manager 3.1.5 and previous versions.

Affected vendors:



Arbitrary File Uploading (WASC-31):


Execution of arbitrary code is possible due to bypass of program's security filters (on IIS and Apache web servers).

Code will execute via file uploading. Program is vulnerable to two methods of code execution:

1. Via using of symbol ";" (1.asp;.txt) in file name (IIS).

2. Via double extension (1.php.txt) (Apache with special configuration).

MCImageManager has only two such holes in comparison with three holes in MCFileManager (about which I wrote earlier). The attack via folder name was not working already in version Both these web applications have other vulnerabilities about which I'll write later.


------------ 2013.03.31 - briefly informed developer (together with other issues related to TinyMCE).

2013.04.01 - informed developer in detail.
2013.04.03 - announced at my site.

2013.04.04 - the developer planned to fix these holes in new version in nearest days.

2013.05.18 - disclosed at my site (

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