artmedic newsletter 4.1 and possibly other versions, when
register_globals is enabled, allows remote attackers to modify
arbitrary files and execute arbitrary PHP code via the logfile
parameter in a direct request to log.php, which causes the $logfile
variable to be redefined to an attacker-controlled value, as
demonstrated by injecting PHP code into info.php.
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BUGTRAQ:20060519 Remote Code Execution in artmedic Newsletter 4.1 [log.php]
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