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CVE-2022-44290 Scanner

Detects 'SQL Injection' vulnerability in webTareas affects v. 2.4p5


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Estimated Time

10 sec

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Domain, Ipv4



webTareas is a task management system designed to help teams and individuals organize, track, and manage their work efficiently. As a web-based platform, it enables users to create tasks, assign them to team members, set deadlines, and monitor progress through a user-friendly interface. The software is developed by the webTareas project and is popular among small to medium-sized enterprises for its simplicity and effectiveness in improving productivity. It's particularly used in environments where project management and team collaboration are critical. webTareas version 2.4p5 specifically is vulnerable to a SQL injection attack, highlighting the importance of web application security.

The SQL Injection vulnerability in webTareas 2.4p5 allows attackers to execute arbitrary SQL commands through the application's interface. This critical security flaw is found within the 'deleteapprovalstages.php' file, particularly via the 'id' parameter. SQL Injection attacks enable attackers to manipulate the database, extract sensitive information, alter database entries, and in severe cases, gain administrative access to the web application. This vulnerability poses a significant risk to the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of the data managed by webTareas.

The technical flaw stems from improper sanitization of user-supplied input in the 'id' parameter within the 'deleteapprovalstages.php' page. By crafting a malicious SQL query, an attacker can inject their own SQL code into the query being processed by the application's backend database. This could lead to unauthorized data access, deletion, or manipulation. The exploit is triggered when an attacker sends a specially crafted HTTP request that includes the SQL injection payload. This vulnerability demonstrates a lack of proper input validation and prepared statements in the application's codebase.

Exploiting this SQL Injection vulnerability could lead to several adverse effects, including but not limited to data theft, unauthorized viewing or deletion of sensitive information, database corruption, and potentially full system compromise. For organizations using webTareas 2.4p5, this could result in significant reputational damage, loss of customer trust, and potential legal implications. The severity of these outcomes underscores the critical nature of the vulnerability and the need for immediate remediation measures.

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