Posts Tagged ‘UNION Bypassing’
This one is intended to be an educational/tutorial post on how I hacked an MMORPG web browser Persian game known as
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First of all, you’re not encouraged at all to do anything against
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Defacing any website – for any purpose – and/or stealing its private data it’s a felony in international treaties and therefore is condemned highly. The intent of this article is only educational.
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Finding the vulnerability
A few days ago, I visited
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Probing the site and its features for a while, I figured a SQL Injection vulnerability in it’s “Forgot Password” feature. It’s worthy of note that SQL Injection vulnerabilities are usually found in the least attended, most obsolete sections of a website. Like a small polling dialog, or a forgot password dialog.
The vulnerability which can be seen at http://
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A Database Error OccurredError Number: 1064 You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near ‘morgh” at line 1 SELECT `uid` FROM uc_users WHERE username=’foo’ and email=’1′ morgh’ Filename: /var/www/universalcommander/models/forgetmodel.php Line Number: 17