Moderately critical

Joomla yvComment Component "ArticleID" SQL Injection

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Release Date:  2008-06-09    Last Update:  2008-06-20    Views:  6,933

Secunia Advisory SA30567

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Description


His0k4 has discovered a vulnerability in the yvComment component for Joomla!, which can be exploited by malicious people to conduct SQL injection attacks


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Subject: Joomla yvComment Component "ArticleID" SQL Injection

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