Bugzilla Perl CGI.pm module response splitting
|bugzilla-perl-response-splitting (65002)||Medium Risk|
Bugzilla is vulnerable to HTTP response splitting attacks, caused by an error in the Perl CGI.pm module. A remote attacker could exploit this vulnerability using to inject arbitrary HTTP headers and cause the server to return a split response, once the URL is clicked. This would allow the attacker to perform further attacks, such as Web cache poisoning or cross-site scripting, and possibly obtain sensitive information.
Upgrade to the latest version of Bugzilla (3.2.10, 3.4.10, or 3.6.4 or later), available from the Bugzilla Web site. See References.
- Bugzilla Web Site: 3.2.9, 3.4.9, 3.6.3, and 4.0rc1 Security Advisory.
- BID-45982: Bugzilla Multiple Vulnerabilities
- CVE-2011-0046: Multiple cross-site request forgery (CSRF) vulnerabilities in Bugzilla before 3.2.10, 3.4.x before 3.4.10, 3.6.x before 3.6.4, and 4.0.x before 4.0rc2 allow remote attackers to hijack the authentication of arbitrary users for requests related to (1) adding a saved search in buglist.cgi, (2) voting in votes.cgi, (3) sanity checking in sanitycheck.cgi, (4) creating or editing a chart in chart.cgi, (5) column changing in colchange.cgi, and (6) adding, deleting, or approving a quip in quips.cgi.
- DSA-2322: bugzilla -- several vulnerabilities
- OSVDB ID: 70705: Bugzilla buglist.cgi Saved Search Addition CSRF
- OSVDB ID: 70706: Bugzilla votes.cgi Authentication Hijack CSRF
- OSVDB ID: 70707: Bugzilla sanitycheck.cgi Authentication Hijack CSRF
- OSVDB ID: 70708: Bugzilla chart.cgi Chart Manipulation CSRF
- OSVDB ID: 70709: Bugzilla colchange.cgi Column Manipulation CSRF
- OSVDB ID: 70710: Bugzilla quips.cgi Quip Moderation CSRF
- SA43033: Bugzilla Multiple Vulnerabilities
- Mozilla Bugzilla 3.2 rc1
- Mozilla Bugzilla 3.2.1
- Mozilla Bugzilla 3.2.2
- Mozilla Bugzilla 3.2.3
- Mozilla Bugzilla 3.3
- Mozilla Bugzilla 3.4
- Mozilla Bugzilla 3.4.1
- Mozilla Bugzilla 3.4.2
- Mozilla Bugzilla 3.4.3
- Mozilla Bugzilla 3.6
- Mozilla Bugzilla 3.6.1
Jan 24, 2011
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