d3hydr8 has reported a vulnerability in CONTENTCustomizer, which can be exploited by malicious people to disclose sensitive information.
The vulnerability is caused due to the "dialog.php" file displaying the username and password of the author of a handled page when being called directly with the "action" parameter set to "editauthor". This can potentially be exploited to edit the content of arbitrary pages handled by CONTENTCustomizer.
The vulnerability is reported in version 3.1mp. Other versions may also be affected.
Solution: Restrict access to the CONTENTCustomizer directory to trusted users only (e.g. with ".htaccess").
Provided and/or discovered by: d3hydr8
Original Advisory: http://packetstorm.linuxsecurity.com/0710-exploits/contentcustom-disclose.txt
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Subject: CONTENTCustomizer "dialog.php" Information Disclosure
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