Saturday, 11 June 2016

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Experts have discovered several SQL injection vulnerabilities in the European Union Websites, the European Parliament and the European Commission sites

The security experts Vulnerability Lab CEO Benjamin Kunz Mejri and Marco Onorati have discovered a number of SQL injection vulnerabilities in the websites of the European Parliament and the European Commission.

The exploitation of the flaws in the websites of the European Parliament and the European Commission could result in the exposure of the databases used by the web services that contain sensitive user data.

The researchers already reported them to CERT-EU in May through an ethical disclosure process, the flaw will be fixed in a couple of weeks.

“We reported the bugs by the responsible disclosure program and got acknowledged for the critical vulnerabilities in a fair way by the CERT-EU team,” Kunz Mejritold SecurityWeek that first reported the news.

The SQL injection vulnerabilities affect websites hosted on the domain “europa.eu” belonging to the European Union.

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