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OSI Security: Elitecore Cyberoam UTM - Authenticated Cross-Site Scripting Vulnerability

Elitecore Cyberoam UTM - Authenticated Cross-Site Scripting Vulnerability

Release Date:

Elitecore Technologies - Cyberoam

"Cyberoam Unified Threat Management appliances offer comprehensive
security to organizations, ranging from large enterprises to small and
branch offices. Multiple security features integrated over a single,
Layer 8 Identity-based platform make security simple, yet highly

Versions tested / affected:
CR25ia 10.00 build 0309
CR35ia 10.01 build 0667

Vulnerability discovered:

Cross-site Scripting in an Authenticated context

Vulnerability impact:

Low - Remote content may contain JavaScript which is client executed.
May be used to steal authentication information etc. Firewall
administrator must be authenticated to exploit this vulnerability.

Vulnerability information:

The remote page may contain JavaScript for XSS purposes, e.g. cookies.
The 'srcip', 'applicationname', 'groupby' and 'username' parameters
are unfiltered within LiveConnectionDetail.jsp an may be used to
inject arbitrary data.




Upgrade to version 10.01.0 Build 0739 or later.



This vulnerability was discovered by Patrick Webster.

Disclosure timeline:
08-Jun-2011 - Discovered during audit.
16-Jun-2011 - Notified vendor. Vendor response.
18-Jun-2011 - Vendor requests additional information.
20-Jun-2011 - Vendor announces release of 10.01.0 Build 0739.
20-Jun-2011 - Disclosure.

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