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Secunia Security Advisory 37786

Secunia Security Advisory 37786
Posted Dec 16, 2009
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Secunia Security Advisory - A vulnerability has been reported in Juniper Networks Secure Access, which can be exploited by malicious people to bypass certain security restrictions.

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MD5 | 08d355b6766feaecfe45d73d293a772a

Secunia Security Advisory 37786

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Juniper Networks Secure Access Web VPN Same Origin Policy Bypass



A vulnerability has been reported in Juniper Networks Secure Access,
which can be exploited by malicious people to bypass certain security

The vulnerability is caused due to the web-based VPN implementation
prepending the same domain to all opened websites. This can be
exploited to bypass a browser's same origin policy and e.g. access
cookies for normally restricted domains by tricking a user into
browsing to a malicious website via the VPN.

Disable content rewriting for untrusted web servers. Please see the
vendor's advisory for more information.

US-CERT credits Michal Zalewski and Mike Zusman for the original

Additional vulnerability details provided by David Warren and Ryan
Giobbi of US-CERT.

Juniper Networks:

US-CERT VU#261869:


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