ManageEngine ADSelfService Plus ResetResult security bypass
|adselfservice-resetresult-security-bypass (65348)||Medium Risk|
ManageEngine ADSelfService Plus could allow a remote attacker to bypass security restrictions, caused by improper restrictions on the accounts/ResetResult page. An attacker could exploit this vulnerability via a direct request to change user passwords.
Upgrade to the latest version of ManageEngine ADSelfService Plus (4.5 Build 4500 or later), available from the ManageEngine Web site. See References.
- CORE-2011-0103: ZOHO ManageEngine ADSelfService multiple vulnerabilities.
- ManageEngine Web site: ManageEngine ADSelfService Plus.
- BID-46331: ManageEngine ADSelfService Plus Multiple Vulnerabilities
- CVE-2010-3272: accounts/ValidateAnswers in the security-questions implementation in ZOHO ManageEngine ADSelfService Plus before 4.5 Build 4500 makes it easier for remote attackers to reset user passwords, and consequently obtain access to arbitrary user accounts, via a modified (1) Hide_Captcha or (2) quesList parameter in a validateAll action.
- OSVDB ID: 70870: ManageEngine ADSelfService Plus POST Request Manipulation Security Question Weakness
- SA43241: ManageEngine ADSelfService Plus Cross-Site Scripting and Security Bypass
- VUPEN/ADV-2011-0392: ManageEngine ADSelfService Plus Information Disclosure Vulnerabilities
- ManageEngine ADSelfService Plus 4.4
Feb 10, 2011
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