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i-doit Pro 1.2.4 Cross Site Scripting

i-doit Pro 1.2.4 Cross Site Scripting
Posted Feb 5, 2014
Authored by Stephan Rickauer | Site csnc.ch

i-doit Pro version 1.24 suffers from a cross site scripting vulnerability.

tags | exploit, xss
advisories | CVE-2014-1237
MD5 | f103a9240c435796e01e1b1415e3f345

i-doit Pro 1.2.4 Cross Site Scripting

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# COMPASS SECURITY ADVISORY http://www.csnc.ch/
#
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# CVE ID : CVE-2014-1237
# CSNC ID: CSNC-2014-002
# Product: i-doit
# Vendor: synetics Gesellschaft für Systemintegration mbH
# Subject: Cross-site Scripting - XSS
# Risk: High
# Effect: Remotely exploitable
# Author: Stephan Rickauer (stephan.rickauer@csnc.ch)
# Date: February 5th 2014
#
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Introduction:
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Compass Security AG [3] discovered a security flaws in the i-doit CMDB
web application [2], which allows execution of malicious code.


Vulnerable:
-----------
i-doit Pro 1.2.4 and likely all prior versions including i-doit Open.


Description:
------------
The i-doit web application does not properly encode output of user data
in at least one place. Exploiting this vulnerability leads to reflected
cross-site scripting (XSS) and allows execution of JavaScript code in
the context of the user's session, e.g. to impersonate logged-in i-doit
CMDB users.

The vulnerable resource is the 'call' parameter:
/?ajax=1&objID=1753&call=');}</script><script>alert('XSS')</script>


Remediation:
------------
Upgrade to i-doit Pro 1.2.4. The 'Open' flavour will not receive patches
in its current branch any longer, as explained by the vendor.


Milestones:
-----------
2014-01-08 Vulnerability discovered, Vendor notified, CVE ID requested
2014-01-09 Acknowledgement of vulnerability by vendor and agreement of
advisory release schedule. CVE ID assigned my MITRE.
2014-01-31 Release of patched vendor software.
2014-02-05 Public release of advisory.


Acknowledgements:
-----------------
This XSS has been identified with the help of Sentinel, a plugin for the
Burp Proxy, written by Dobin Rutishauser at Compass Security AG [4].


References:
-----------
[1] http://www.i-doit.org
[2] http://www.i-doit.com
[3] http://www.csnc.ch
[4] https://github.com/dobin/BurpSentinel


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