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CVE-2023-27524

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Overview

Session Validation attacks in Apache Superset versions up to and including 2.0.1. Installations that have not altered the default configured SECRET_KEY according to installation instructions allow for an attacker to authenticate and access unauthorized resources. This does not affect Superset administrators who have changed the default value for SECRET_KEY config. All superset installations should always set a unique secure random SECRET_KEY. Your SECRET_KEY is used to securely sign all session cookies and encrypting sensitive information on the database. Add a strong SECRET_KEY to your `superset_config.py` file like: SECRET_KEY = <YOUR_OWN_RANDOM_GENERATED_SECRET_KEY> Alternatively you can set it with `SUPERSET_SECRET_KEY` environment variable.

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Apache Superset 2.0.0 Remote Code Execution
Posted Oct 13, 2023
Authored by h00die, Spencer McIntyre, Naveen Sunkavally, paradoxis | Site metasploit.com

Apache Superset versions 2.0.0 and below utilize Flask with a known default secret key which is used to sign HTTP cookies. These cookies can therefore be forged. If a user is able to login to the site, they can decode the cookie, set their user_id to that of an administrator, and re-sign the cookie. This valid cookie can then be used to login as the targeted user. From there the Superset database is mounted, and credentials are pulled. A dashboard is then created. Lastly a pickled python payload can be set for that dashboard within Superset's database which will trigger the remote code execution. An attempt to clean up ALL of the dashboard key values and reset them to their previous values happens during the cleanup phase.

tags | exploit, remote, web, code execution, python
advisories | CVE-2023-27524, CVE-2023-37941, CVE-2023-39265
SHA-256 | 0cf3211c0a88b94f22c56bd68535a69b15419a4e9c97ce50b1d180e75e44b6be
Apache Superset 2.0.0 Authentication Bypass
Posted May 24, 2023
Authored by MaanVader

Apache Superset version 2.0.0 suffers from an authentication bypass vulnerability.

tags | exploit, bypass
advisories | CVE-2023-27524
SHA-256 | 11c1d6dfc40e04e78fe7f63e883ffe51cb8c28f41378508a535f0b0c6713a793
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