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CVE-2022-31983 Scanner

Detects 'SQL Injection' vulnerability in Online Fire Reporting System affects v. 1.0

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CVE-2022-31983 Scanner Detail

The Online Fire Reporting System version 1.0 is a specialized software designed to manage and report fire incidents, primarily used by fire departments and emergency response teams. This platform streamlines the process of reporting, tracking, and managing fire incidents, enabling quick and efficient communication between different emergency services. It aims to improve response times and ensure a coordinated effort in managing fire emergencies, thereby enhancing public safety. The system is integral to the infrastructure of emergency services, providing a reliable and accessible means for reporting and responding to fire incidents.

CVE-2022-31983 uncovers a high-severity SQL Injection vulnerability within the Online Fire Reporting System version 1.0, specifically through the /ofrs/admin/?page=requests/manage_request&id= endpoint. This vulnerability is caused by insufficient input validation, allowing attackers to inject and execute arbitrary SQL commands. This flaw poses a significant risk as it could lead to unauthorized access, data leakage, and manipulation of the database, undermining the integrity and confidentiality of the stored data.

The vulnerability is present in the id parameter of the request to /admin/?page=requests/manage_request&id=. Attackers can exploit this parameter by inserting malicious SQL code, due to the application's failure to adequately sanitize user inputs. This allows attackers to manipulate the SQL queries executed by the application, potentially accessing sensitive information, altering data, or performing unauthorized operations on the database. The exploitation of this vulnerability requires high privileges, indicating that it could be most effectively leveraged by an insider or someone who has already compromised a high-privileged user account.

Exploitation of this SQL Injection vulnerability could result in several adverse outcomes, including unauthorized access to sensitive data within the system's database, such as personal information of individuals reported in fire incidents. Attackers could also manipulate or delete critical data, disrupting the system's operational capabilities and potentially hindering emergency response efforts. Furthermore, this vulnerability could serve as a launchpad for further attacks, potentially leading to a full system compromise.

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