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SQL injection vulnerability
SecurityA new SQL injection vulnerability has been discovered. We are currently testing a suggested code fix, to ensure it will prevent the injection. As well we are checking on the limitation of the vulnerablity.

Reference to the vulnerability is here. http://www.securityfocus.com/archive/1/343930/2003-11-07/2003-11-13/0

Posted on Monday, November 10 @ 12:59:43 CET by IACOJ
 
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Re: SQL injection vulnerability (Score: 1)
by Mesum on Monday, November 10 @ 14:37:45 CET
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What file does this code goes to... profile.php?



Re: SQL injection vulnerability (Score: 1)
by IACOJ on Tuesday, November 11 @ 09:39:29 CET
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Hi everyone.

Please don't assume inserting the code that was suggested, in the original phpbb post works to make your site secure. In point of fact it does not. We will release a patch once the exploits are found and fixed. Until then, my best suggestion is to change the chmod of modules/Forums/admin folder to 000.

Yes that means you can't go in there to do anything, but it also means that someone else can't go in there and lock your board out, change your permissions etc

We were hoping to have something released for you last night, obviously that didn't occur.


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