[原文]** DISPUTED ** Multiple PHP remote file inclusion vulnerabilities in ISPConfig 2.2.3 allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary PHP code via a URL in the (1) go_info[isp][classes_root] parameter in (a) server.inc.php, and the (2) go_info[server][classes_root] parameter in (b) app.inc.php, (c) login.php, and (d) trylogin.php. NOTE: this issue has been disputed by the vendor, who states that the original researcher "reviewed the installation tarball that is not identical with the resulting system after installtion. The file, where the $go_info array is declared ... is created by the installer."
ISPConfig has been reported to contain a flaw that may allow a remote attacker to execute arbitrary commands. The issue is supposedly due to the server.inc.php, app.inc.php, login.php and trylogin.php scripts not properly sanitizing user input supplied to the 'go_info' variable. The vendor has disputed this disclosure stating the researcher reviewed "the installation tarball that is not identical with the resulting system after installtion. The file, where the $go_info array is declared that resulted in your errors is created by the installer. ISPCOnfig is not a web application that is run in a normal PHP capable webspace, ISPConfig comes with its own apache webserver and PHP specially compiled and configured for the needs of ISPConfig that prevents the attacks you described."
The vulnerability reported is incorrect. No solution required.