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CVE-2014-2685

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Overview

The GenericConsumer class in the Consumer component in ZendOpenId before 2.0.2 and the Zend_OpenId_Consumer class in Zend Framework 1 before 1.12.4 violate the OpenID 2.0 protocol by ensuring only that at least one field is signed, which allows remote attackers to bypass authentication by leveraging an assertion from an OpenID provider.

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Debian Security Advisory 3265-1
Posted May 20, 2015
Authored by Debian | Site debian.org

Debian Linux Security Advisory 3265-1 - Multiple vulnerabilities were discovered in Zend Framework, a PHP framework. Except for CVE-2015-3154, all these issues were already fixed in the version initially shipped with Jessie.

tags | advisory, php, vulnerability
systems | linux, debian
advisories | CVE-2014-2681, CVE-2014-2682, CVE-2014-2683, CVE-2014-2684, CVE-2014-2685, CVE-2014-4914, CVE-2014-8088, CVE-2014-8089, CVE-2015-3154
MD5 | 28a5f871c67f138dbbba29bb6d60f01d
Mandriva Linux Security Advisory 2015-097
Posted Mar 30, 2015
Authored by Mandriva | Site mandriva.com

Mandriva Linux Security Advisory 2015-097 - XML eXternal Entity flaws were discovered in the Zend Framework. An attacker could use these flaws to cause a denial of service, access files accessible to the server process, or possibly perform other more advanced XML External Entity attacks. Using the Consumer component of Zend_OpenId, it is possible to login using an arbitrary OpenID account (without knowing any secret information) by using a malicious OpenID Provider. That means OpenID it is possible to login using arbitrary OpenID Identity (MyOpenID, Google, etc), which are not under the control of our own OpenID Provider. Thus, we are able to impersonate any OpenID Identity against the framework ,. The implementation of the ORDER BY SQL statement in Zend_Db_Select of Zend Framework 1 contains a potential SQL injection when the query string passed contains parentheses. Due to a bug in PHP's LDAP extension, when ZendFramework's Zend_ldap class is used for logins, an attacker can login as any user by using a null byte to bypass the empty password check and perform an unauthenticated LDAP bind. The sqlsrv PHP extension, which provides the ability to connect to Microsoft SQL Server from PHP, does not provide a built-in quoting mechanism for manually quoting values to pass via SQL queries; developers are encouraged to use prepared statements. Zend Framework provides quoting mechanisms via Zend_Db_Adapter_Sqlsrv which uses the recommended double single quote as quoting delimiters. SQL Server treats null bytes in a query as a string terminator, allowing an attacker to add arbitrary SQL following a null byte, and thus create a SQL injection.

tags | advisory, denial of service, arbitrary, php, sql injection, xxe
systems | linux, mandriva
advisories | CVE-2014-2681, CVE-2014-2682, CVE-2014-2683, CVE-2014-2684, CVE-2014-2685, CVE-2014-4914, CVE-2014-8088, CVE-2014-8089
MD5 | 74cb69799a52cab6792c8faa45e0d032
Mandriva Linux Security Advisory 2014-072
Posted Apr 9, 2014
Authored by Mandriva | Site mandriva.com

Mandriva Linux Security Advisory 2014-072 - XML eXternal Entity flaws were discovered in the Zend Framework. An attacker could use these flaws to cause a denial of service, access files accessible to the server process, or possibly perform other more advanced XML External Entity attacks. Using the Consumer component of Zend_OpenId, it is possible to login using an arbitrary OpenID account (without knowing any secret information) by using a malicious OpenID Provider. That means OpenID it is possible to login using arbitrary OpenID Identity (MyOpenID, Google, etc), which are not under the control of our own OpenID Provider. Thus, we are able to impersonate any OpenID Identity against the framework.

tags | advisory, denial of service, arbitrary, xxe
systems | linux, mandriva
advisories | CVE-2014-2681, CVE-2014-2682, CVE-2014-2683, CVE-2014-2684, CVE-2014-2685
MD5 | a0fc06506332c62cd108af5fe5e35832
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