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Multiple cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities in the Apache Open For Business Project (aka OFBiz) 09.04 and earlier, as used in Opentaps, Neogia, and Entente Oya, allow remote attackers to inject arbitrary web script or HTML via (1) the productStoreId parameter to control/exportProductListing, (2) the partyId parameter to partymgr/control/viewprofile (aka partymgr/control/login), (3) the start parameter to myportal/control/showPortalPage, (4) an invalid URI beginning with /facility/control/ReceiveReturn (aka /crmsfa/control/ReceiveReturn or /cms/control/ReceiveReturn), (5) the contentId parameter (aka the entityName variable) to ecommerce/control/ViewBlogArticle, (6) the entityName parameter to webtools/control/FindGeneric, or the (7) subject or (8) content parameter to an unspecified component under ecommerce/control/contactus.
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