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PostPosted: Thu May 12, 2005 1:58 pm Reply with quote
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shai-tan wrote:
Thats how I found this site too same advisory too. He had done it wrong on purpose. Only 25 Characters of the users MD5 came out of it.


Yes, my thought exactly. But, that didn't help much - that exploit have started a line of highest risk exploits that made good old PhpBB one of the most unsecure boards at the moment

shai-tan wrote:

Warez and Ares are P2Ps they have chat rooms on them for heaps of different subjects there are tonnes of "hacking" ones on it.


Ugh. I've heard much of that kind of places but never stumbled upon it myself

Hopefully.
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PostPosted: Fri May 13, 2005 2:18 am Reply with quote
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Does anyone know if castlecop released the exploit?
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Does anyone know if castlecop released the exploit?
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 02, 2005 4:20 pm Reply with quote
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This sites not bad but abit too open for skiddies though, like showing them some proof of concept instead of just showing them the bug. Now all they have to do is stick those characters to the URL. sad....sad....sad......

Then the worst part is when they ask question like this ones

Is there any exploit for this software?
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 05, 2005 1:40 pm Reply with quote
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*INTRODUCTION

phpBB is a popular bulletin board system based on PHP. There is a lack of
filtering for the BBCODE URL. Initially discovered: encapsulating a
specially crafted URL, a user caught clicking on the resulting hyperlinks
can have their registry entries modified without their knowledge [huge
hazard!], among other things. Originally successfully tested with
"javascript://", but subsequent discovery showed that "applet://",
"about://", "activex://", "chrome://", and "script://" may be able to get
thru as well with the URL enclosure or not (of course, browser dependant).

It is recommended that these types of URIs not be allowed to render at all
in the phpBB system as the possible user computer hijacking can be
gargantuan. There is enough hijacking in spyware products (ref:
http://castlecops.com/f67-Hijackthis_Spyware_Viruses_Worms_Trojans_Oh_My.html
).

*PROOF OF CONCEPT

This POC uses the URL encapsulation:

Alert box with "CouCou"

Create registry entry: HKCU\QQQQQ\qq = "CouCou"

Modify opener page: Paul -> P.A.U.L

If you click on the second link, be sure to find and remove the "QQQQQ"
entry in your Windows Registry. However, we recommend you do not click
expect for developer testing and patching.
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