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# Exploit Title: Promise Technology WebPam Pro-E HTTP Response Header Injection/XSS
# Date: 1/31/18
# Exploit Author: Ken Pyle, DFDR Consulting
# Vendor Homepage: http://www.promise.com
# Version: WebPam Pro-E webapplication
# Tested on: N/A
# CVE : CVE-2018-6603
This vulnerability has been reference checked.
This configuration was identical across all systems tested.
The PHPSESSID cookie fails to sanitize parameters, resulting in an HTTP Response Splitting / CRLF Injection
Accept-Encoding: gzip, deflate
Cookie: language=en_US; PHPSESSID=TESTINJECTION%0d%0a%0d%0a(script injection here)
This example will result in a script popup/XSS vulnerability. This injection can be used for a number of attacks, including information exposure, leakage of tokens, client-side code execution and other vectors. Attacks of this nature can also be used to poison proxy caches, infecting multiple users requesting the resource through a proxy.
Apply vendor patch when available.
Vulnerability Discovered: 1/30/18
Vendor Notified: 2/2/18
This vulnerability was discovered by firstname.lastname@example.org. Please credit the author in all references to this exploit.