Citrix Access Gateway AAC LDAP authentication bypass
|citrix-acc-ldap-auth-bypass (28990)||Medium Risk|
Citrix Access Gateway could allow a remote attacker to bypass security restrictions caused by an error in the Advanced Access Control option (AAC) when using LDAP authentication. A remote attacker could exploit this vulnerability to bypass authentication and gain unauthorized access to the system.
Apply Hotfix AAC420W004, as listed in Citrix Knowledge Center Article CTX110439. See References.
- Citrix Access Gateway Web site: Citrix Systems Products Citrix Access Gateway Standard Edition.
- CTX110439: Hotfix AAC420W004 - For Access Gateway - Advanced Access Control 4.2 for Windows Server 2000 & 2003 .
- CTX110950: LDAP authentication vulnerability in Access Gateway Advanced Access Control .
- BID-20066: Citrix Access Gateway AAC LDAP Authentication Bypass Vulnerability
- CVE-2006-4846: Unspecified vulnerability in Citrix Access Gateway with Advanced Access Control (AAC) 4.2 before 20060914, when AAC is configured to use LDAP authentication, allows remote attackers to bypass authentication via unknown vectors.
- OSVDB ID: 28938: Citrix Access Gateway Advanced Access Control (AAC) LDAP Authentication Bypass
- OSVDB ID: 30456: Citrix Advanced Access Control Browser-Only Access Policy Bypass
- SA21941: Citrix Access Gateway Advanced Access Control Authentication Bypass
- SECTRACK ID: 1016874: Citrix Access Gateway LDAP Authentication Flaw Grants Access to Remote Users
- US-CERT VU#658620: Citrix Access Gateway LDAP authentication bypass
- VUPEN/ADV-2006-3643: Citrix Access Gateway Advanced Access Control LDAP Authentication Bypass
- Citrix Access Gateway 4.2
Sep 15, 2006
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