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[FD] PHPShell v2.4 Cross Site Scripting
[+] Credits: John Page AKA hyp3rlinx
[+] Website: hyp3rlinx.altervista.org
[+] ISR: ApparitionSec
Cross Site Scripting
Multiple cross site scripting entry points exist in PHPShell undermining
the integrity between users browser and server.
Allowing remote attackers to bypass access controls such as the same-origin
policy. If an authenticated user clicks an attacker
XSS issue is made possible because PHPShell calls print
$_SERVER['PHP_SELF'] on the main HTML form. Since PHP_SELF references URL,
PHPShell simply reads our XSS payload in the URL and echoes it back to
<form name="shell" enctype="multipart/form-data" action="<?php
print($_SERVER['PHP_SELF']) ?>" method="post">
Since PHPShell purpose is to execute system commands this XSS vulnerability
can potentially become a 'Remote Command Execution'
vulnerability. Moreover, this XSS issue can also potentially leverage a
Session Fixation vulnerability also present in PHPShell.
Tested successfully in Firefox
OR Inject IFRAME to phish and steal credentials, you get the idea.
XSS 2) http://VICTIM-IP/phpshell-2.4/phpshell.php
On the Login Authentication HTML form 'username' input field
enter a password and hit Enter.
Vendor Notification: No reply
In addition the INSTALL file "Bugs? Comments?" Tracker System link is HTTP
February 18, 2017 : Public Disclosure
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