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Vulnerability title: SQL Injection In Procentia IntelliPen

CVE: CVE-2014-2043
Vendor: Procentia
Product: IntelliPen
Affected version:
Fixed version:
Reported by: Jerzy Kramarz


SQL injection has been found and confirmed within the software as an authenticated user. A successful attack could allow an authenticated attacker to access information such as usernames and password hashes that are stored in the database.

The following URL and parameters have been confirmed to suffer from Blind SQL injection.

http[s]://<host>/Resources/System/Templates/Data.aspx?DocID=1&field=JobID&value=1<SQL INJECTION>&JobID=1&ParentDocID=1694&InTab=1&ParentKey=JobNumber&NoStore=1&Popup=1

This vulnerability exists because ‘value’ variable is not sanitised before it is used as part of an SQL query to retrived specific job information.


An attacker would be able to exfiltrate the database, user credentials and in certain setup access the underling operating system.


Exploit code is not required.

Vendor status:

07/01/2014 Advisory created
16/01/2014 Vendor contacted
21/02/2014 CVE obtained
07/03/2014 Published

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