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Re: [DSECRG-08-007] OpenBSD BGPD daemon Web Interface XSS.



version 4.2 is NOT affected, please alter it in advisory
http://secunia.com/advisories/28726/  and others.


Vendor  fix this flaw in cvs on 10.10.2007.
http://www.openbsd.org/cgi-bin/cvsweb/src/usr.bin/bgplg/bgplg.c

Updated version OpenBSD 4.2 which was released Nov 1, 2007 is NOT
vulnerable.





> [#DSECRG-08-007] Digital Security Research Group [DSecRG] Advisory


> Application:                    OpenBSD BGPD daemon
> Versions Affected:              OpenBSD 4.1 
> Vendor URL:                     http://openbsd.org
> Bugs:                           XSS
> Exploits:                       YES
> Reported:                       10.10.2007
> Vendor response:                10.10.2007
> Date of Public Advisory:        31.01.2008
> Authors:                        Alexandr Polyakov, Anton Karpov
>                                 Digital Security Research Group
> [DSecRG] (research [at] dsec [dot] ru)



> Description
> ***********

> OpenBSD BGPD daemon Web Interface has XSS  vulnerability


> History
> ********

> http://www.mail-archive.com/misc@xxxxxxxxxxx/msg49057.html




> Details
> *******


> Linked XSS vulnerability found in script /cgi-bin/bgplg attacker can inject XSS in parameter cmd

> Example:


> http://[server]/cgi-bin/bgplg?cmd=shov+version<script>alert('DSecRG XSS')</script>


> Fix Information
> ***************

> Vendor fix this flaw in cvs on 10.10.2007. Updated
> version OpenBSD 4.2 which was released Nov 1, 2007. can be downloaded here:

> http://openbsd.org



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