Last updated: Tue Mar 11 03:07:30 EDT 2014
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Vulnerability Workload Index: 6.34
Multiple SQL injection vulnerabilities in Open Business Management (OBM) 2.4.0-rc13 and probably earlier allow remote authenticated users to execute arbitrary SQL commands via the (1) sel_domain_id or (2) action parameter to obm.php; (3) tf_user parameter in a search action to group/group_index.php; (4) tf_delegation, (5) tf_ip, (6) tf_name to host/host_index.php; or (7) lang, (8) theme, (9) cal_alert, (10) cal_first_hour, (11) cal_interval, (12) cal_last_hour, (13) commentorder, (14) csv_sep, (15) date, (16) date_upd, (17) debug_exe, (18) debug_id, (19) debug_param, (20) debug_sess, (21) debug_solr, (22) debug_sql, (23) dsrc, (24) menu, (25) rows, (26) sel_display_days, (27) timeformat, (28) timezone, or (29) todo parameter to settings/settings_index.php.
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