Moderately critical

Sijio Multiple Script Insertion Vulnerabilities

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Release Date:  2010-07-08    Last Update:  2010-07-14    Views:  2,870

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Description


Multiple vulnerabilities have been reported in Sijio, which can be exploited by malicious users to conduct script insertion attacks


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Subject: Sijio Multiple Script Insertion Vulnerabilities

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roy_keane RE: Sijio Multiple Script Insertion Vulnerabilities
Member 4th Oct, 2010 11:31
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Last edited on 4th Oct, 2010 11:32
Yes, it is reproduced on the Sijio demo website!!!
E.g. http://www.axlex.com/edit_blog/?id=2&title=Initial Title<SCRIPT>alert('hack');</SCRIPT>.
To check it authorize first.
But after saving the blog, it will disappear.

I guess there is no problem at all if only a hacker suffers from his trick. I think the issue cannot be called 'a bug'.
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