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[security] quick search and criteria display #559

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plegall opened this Issue Nov 29, 2016 · 6 comments

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plegall commented Nov 29, 2016

We need to sanitize search criteria used in quick search before displaying on search_rules.php page.

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plegall commented Nov 29, 2016

related to #548

@plegall plegall closed this in 7b2315a Nov 29, 2016

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fgeek commented Dec 22, 2016

CVE-2016-9751 identifier has been assigned for this vulnerability.

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BlueTower commented Feb 8, 2017

Hello @plegall -

I believe this issue needs to reopened. I am still able to execute a payload on (http://piwigo.org/demo/search_rules.php?search_id=38739) using a payload such as:

<svg onload=alert&#40;1&#41>

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fgeek commented Oct 7, 2017

@plegall Any comments? Can you take a new look and fix this in 2.9.3?

@plegall plegall added this to the 2.9.3 milestone Oct 7, 2017

@plegall plegall reopened this Oct 7, 2017

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TallGuysFreeADMIN commented Oct 14, 2017

Can anyone reproduce? I've tested for XSS many times (not just in piwigo), and the piwigo.org link by bluetower isn't showing any alert. Tested in Firefox, where XSS should work.

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plegall commented Feb 21, 2018

I can't reproduce neither. I close this already closed bug.

@plegall plegall closed this Feb 21, 2018

@plegall plegall modified the milestones: 2.9.3, 2.8.4 Feb 21, 2018

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