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Monstra CMS Blind SQL Injection Vulnerability
No patch available.
Monstra Content Management System 1.2.0
A blind SQL injection vulnerability exists in the login submit module, via a POST request. Attackers are able to abuse the 'login id' parameter to inject malicious SQL commands, which could be used to completely compromise the database's integrity.
Blind SQL Injection
A remote attacker is able to change the value of certain parameters in a query within Monstra CMS, allowing the attacker to query the database and possibly gain access to sensitive information. This may be leveraged to gain access to other sensitive components of a website or publicly facing infrastructure.
Until a patch is released, administrators can escape the login input via POST request method.
BeyondTrust's Retina® Network Security Scanner scans devices to detect for this vulnerability.
30709 - Monstra CMS Blind SQL Injection Vulnerability (20130926) (Zero-Day)
2013-09-20: Original Disclosure
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