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TeamSHATTER Security Advisory: XSS in locale parameter on IASTOP_CS_FARM_PAGE.html
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TeamSHATTER Security Advisory
April 21, 2011
Oracle Enterprise Manager 10g Release 1 and Release 2
This vulnerability was discovered and researched by Esteban Martinez Fayo of Application Security Inc.
Cross-site scripting vulnerabilities occur when an attacker tricks a legitimate web application into sending malicious code, generally in the form of a script, to an unsuspecting end user. The attack usually involves crafting a hyperlink with malicious script code embedded within it. A valid user is likely to click this link since it points to a resource on a trusted domain. The link can be posted on a web page, or sent in an instant message, or email. Clicking on the link executes the attacker-injected code in the context of the trusted web application. Typically, the code steals session cookies, which can then be used to impersonate a valid user.
The 'locale' parameter used in web page help/topics/iastop_cs/iastop_cs_farm_page.html (part of Oracle Help component) is vulnerable to cross-site scripting attacks. User supplied input to this parameter is returned without proper sanitization, allowing a malicious attacker to inject arbitrary scripting code.
Attackers might steal administrator's session cookies, thereby allowing the attacker to impersonate the valid user.
Vendor was contacted and a patch was released.
There is no workaround for this vulnerability.
Upgrade to a supported version. All supported Releases and Patchsets are not vulnerable.
Vendor Notification - 7/11/2008
Vendor Response - 7/14/2008
Fix - 4/19/2011
Public Disclosure - 4/19/2011
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