netVigilance Security Advisory #66
SimpGB version 1.46.02 Information Disclosure Vulnerability
SimpGB is a guestbook with data stored in MySQL, administration interface and support for multiple languages. Features: Data stored in MySQL, Administration interface, Support for multiple languages, Support for multiple instances in one database, Support for multiple layouts, Own header/footer can be defined, Support of BBCode and smilies, Admin can decide which BBCode tags to enable, Avatars (with option to let users upload their own), Admin can decide which input fields to display and which of them are required, Admins can write comments on posts, Admins can mark entry as "always on top", Admins can attach file to entry, flood protection, IP banlist, bad word list, send email notification upon new posts, optionally validate new posts before they get visible by public, own leadtext for entry form and own "Thank you" message can be defined, Option to mark posts as private (only admins can see them), search entries, Option to let users send emails out of guestbook.
Mitre CVE: ID requested but no answer received
NVD NIST: ID requested but no answer received
OSVDB: ID requested but no answer received
SimpGB is a guestbook with data stored in MySQL, administration interface and support for multiple languages.
Security problem in the product can be exploited by attackers to get access to sensitive information such as database information, program settings, program paths, information about sessions, cookies, smtp.
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SimpGB version 1.46.02
Program flaws - The product scripts have flaws which allow attackers to get access to the sensitive information.
The Vendor has confirmed the problem and has release new version 1.47 that addresses the problem. New version of product was tested and we can confirm that all vulnerabilities were solved. For more information see vendor announcement. To download the latest version go to vendors product download area.
Delete the file "cfginfo.php".
The table with global variables will be disclosed.
Co-founder netVigilance, Inc