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Multiple SQL injection vulnerabilities in Layton HelpBox 3.0.1 allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary SQL commands via (1) the sys_comment_id parameter in editcommentenduser.asp, (2) the sys_suspend_id parameter in editsuspensionuser.asp, (3) the table parameter in export_data.asp, (4) the sys_analgroup parameter in manageanalgrouppreference.asp, (5) the sys_asset_id parameter in quickinfoassetrequests.asp, (6) the sys_eusername parameter in quickinfoenduserrequests.asp, and the sys_request_id parameter in (7) requestauditlog.asp, (8) requestcommentsenduser.asp, (9) selectrequestapplytemplate.asp, and (10) selectrequestlink.asp, resulting in an ability to create a new HelpBox user account and read, modify, or delete data from the backend database.
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