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runcms/e-xoops 1.1A and below file upload vulnerability

From: pokley (pokleyzzscan-associates.net)
Date: Wed Apr 06 2005 - 01:53:18 CDT

Products: runcms/e-xoops 1.1A (http://www.runcms.org)

Summary: runcms/e-xoops 1.1A and below file upload vulnerability

runcms/e-xoops is an extensible, OO (Object Oriented), easy to use dynamic
web content management system
written in PHP. runcms/e-xoops is the ideal tool for developing small to
large dynamic community websites,
  intra company portals, corporate portals, weblogs and much more.

User may upload any file through file upload function .Example thought
avatar upload when "Allow custom
avatar upload" is set to "Yes" in "Custom avatar settings". This setting
is not on by default installation.
This is cause of fileupload class will recursively save any file suppied
by user in upload function.

-- upload file.php line 240

if ( !empty($HTTP_POST_FILES) ) {
        foreach ($HTTP_POST_FILES as $filename => $value) {

Fix available from runcms/e-xoops forum.

Vendor Response
30th March 2005 - Developer contacted through private msg
30th March 2005 - Developer reply for testing result
31st March 2005 - Developer announce to user to disable avatar upload
5th April 2005 - Fix Available