Cross-site Scripting (XSS) - Reflected in neorazorx/facturascripts
Apr 27th 2022
Reflected cross-site scripting (or XSS) arises when an application receives data in an HTTP request and includes that data within the immediate response in an unsafe way.
Proof of Concept
Turn on debugger mode.
/?<ScRiPt>alert(origin)<%2FScRiPt> to any endpoint -> script will be reflected, executed and an alert box will show up.
Attackers can add any HTML element, the response will reflected, excuted your code.
- If an attacker can control a script that is executed in the victim's browser, then they can typically fully compromise that user. Amongst other things, the attacker can:
+Perform any action within the application that the user can perform.
+View any information that the user is able to view.
+Modify any information that the user is able to modify.
- Initiate interactions with other application users, including malicious attacks, that will appear to originate from the initial victim user.
- There are various means by which an attacker might induce a victim user to make a request that they control, to deliver a reflected XSS attack. These include placing links on a website controlled by the attacker, or on another website that allows content to be generated, or by sending a link in an email, tweet or other message
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Carlos Garcia validated this vulnerability a year ago
dungtuanha has been awarded the disclosure bounty
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Carlos Garcia marked this as fixed in 2022.06 with commit 298eb4 a year ago
The fix bounty has been dropped
This vulnerability will not receive a CVE
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