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Bug #73708 php .user.ini conf file design issue resulting in bypass
Submitted: 2016-12-10 11:50 UTC Modified: 2016-12-11 07:48 UTC
From: tr3jer at gmail dot com Assigned:
Status: Open Package: *Configuration Issues
PHP Version: Irrelevant OS: all
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2016-12-10 11:50 UTC] tr3jer at gmail dot com
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hello! php security team.I find one .user.ini vulnerabilityinfluences all have .user.ini php versionstest verision = php5.4.user.ini Can be configured open_basedir,so...here i use open_basedir as exampleimage1:http://7xiw31.com1.z0.glb.clouddn.com/QQ20161210-1@2x.pngSo that attackers can not cross this directory and read system fileimage2:http://7xiw31.com1.z0.glb.clouddn.com/QQ20161210-0@2x.pngI think .user.ini just The current directory takes effect,so...again write one .user.ini And the original Do not conflict?

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We just have upload file Permissions:image3:http://7xiw31.com1.z0.glb.clouddn.com/QQ20161210-4@2x.pngcreate new directory and write new .user.ini:open_basedir=/image4:http://7xiw31.com1.z0.glb.clouddn.com/QQ20161210-1@2x.pngyep!don't need restart,just wait a few minutes,can bypass .user.ini limit:image5:http://7xiw31.com1.z0.glb.clouddn.com/QQ20161210-3@2x.png


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 [2016-12-10 12:01 UTC] tr3jer at gmail dot com
-Operating System: centos +Operating System: all
 [2016-12-10 12:01 UTC] tr3jer at gmail dot com
os is all
 [2016-12-10 12:26 UTC] requinix@php.net
Yes, a setting in default/bypass/.user.ini will override a setting in default/.user.ini. That is how it is supposed to work.
If an attacker is able to create files on the server then PHP cannot stop them. If open_basedir is a problem then it should be set at the server level (eg, php.ini).
 [2016-12-11 07:48 UTC] tr3jer at gmail dot com
but this is .user.ini fault, .user.ini set open_basedir=/home/wwwroot/default, just It should not cross the directory!
 
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