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Security Advisory: MapControl SQL Injection

Posted by David Chadwick - 08 August, 2019

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MapControl SQL Injection

Release date: 29/07/2019

Last update: 29/07/2019

Vendor: IntraMaps

Vendor site: https://mapsolutions.com.au/intramaps/IntraMaps-Enterprise.aspx

Product: MapControl

Affected version(s): 8

Remediated version: 8.1

Severity Rating: High

Impact: Exposure of sensitive information

Attack vector: Remote without authentication

CVE: CVE-2019-13191

Details: It is possible to insert malicious SQL code into the application as an unauthenticated user. The parameter ‘mapKey’ in the Set page is vulnerable to SQL injection. The page is at the following location: https://<Host>/MapControl80/ApplicationEngine/Search/Refine/Set.

The following request is a proof of concept and will cause an SQL error:

map

Recommendation: Update to the latest patch.

Discovered by: David Chadwick from Content Security Pty. Ltd.


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