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Gentoo: 'phpwebsite' SQL injection vulnerability Print E-mail
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Gentoo phpwebsite contains an sql injection vulnerability in the calendarmodule which allows the attacker to execute sql queries.

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          PACKAGE : phpwebsite
          SUMMARY : SQL Injection, DoS and XSS Vulnerabilities
             DATE : 2003-09-02 08:54 UTC
          EXPLOIT : remote
VERSIONS AFFECTED : =phpwebsite-0.9.3_p1
              CVE :

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phpwebsite contains an sql injection vulnerability in the calendar
module which allows the attacker to execute sql queries.

In addition phpwebsite is also vulnerable to XSS, more information
can be found in the full advisory.

Read the full advisory at:


It is recommended that all Gentoo Linux users who are running
net-www/phpwebsite upgrade to phpwebsite-0.9.3_p1 as follows:

emerge sync
emerge phpwebsite
emerge clean

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