National Cyber Awareness System
Vulnerability Summary for CVE-2011-4970
Original release date:
Multiple SQL injection vulnerabilities in LCG Disk Pool Manager (DPM) before 1.8.6, as used in EGI UDM, allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary SQL commands via the (1) r_token variable in the dpm_get_pending_req_by_token, (2) dpm_get_cpr_by_fullid, (3) dpm_get_cpr_by_surl, (4) dpm_get_cpr_by_surls, (5) dpm_get_gfr_by_fullid, (6) dpm_get_gfr_by_surl, (7) dpm_get_pfr_by_fullid, (8) dpm_get_pfr_by_surl, (9) dpm_get_req_by_token, (10) dpm_insert_cpr_entry, (11) dpm_insert_gfr_entry, (12) dpm_insert_pending_entry, (13) dpm_insert_pfr_entry, (14) dpm_insert_xferreq_entry, (15) dpm_list_cpr_entry, (16) dpm_list_gfr_entry, or (17) dpm_list_pfr_entry function; the (18) surl variable in the dpm_get_cpr_by_surl function; the (19) to_surl variable in the dpm_get_cpr_by_surls function; the (20) u_token variable in the dpm_get_pending_reqs_by_u_desc, (21) dpm_get_reqs_by_u_desc, (22) dpm_get_spcmd_by_u_desc, (23) dpm_insert_pending_entry, (24) dpm_insert_spcmd_entry, or (25) dpm_insert_xferreq_entry function; the (26) s_token variable in the dpm_get_spcmd_by_token, (27) dpm_insert_cpr_entry, (28) dpm_insert_gfr_entry, (29) dpm_insert_pfr_entry, (30) dpm_insert_spcmd_entry, (31) dpm_update_cpr_entry, (32) dpm_update_gfr_entry, or (33) dpm_update_pfr_entry function; or remote administrators to execute arbitrary SQL commands via the (34) poolname variable in the dpm_get_pool_entry, (35) dpm_insert_fs_entry, (36) dpm_insert_pool_entry, (37) dpm_insert_spcmd_entry, (38) dpm_list_fs_entry, or (39) dpm_update_spcmd_entry function.
CVSS Severity (version 2.0):
CVSS v2 Base Score:
Impact Subscore: 6.4
Exploitability Subscore: 10.0
CVSS Version 2 Metrics:
Access Vector: Network exploitable
Access Complexity: Low
Authentication: Not required to exploit
Impact Type: Allows unauthorized disclosure of information; Allows unauthorized modification; Allows disruption of service
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