Call of Duty Elite for iOS SSL certificate spoofing
|callofduty-ssl-spoofing (81116)||Medium Risk|
Call of Duty Elite for iOS could allow a remote attacker to conduct spoofing attacks, caused by the improper validation of SSL certificates. By persuading a victim to visit a Web site containing a specially-crafted certificate, a remote attacker could exploit this vulnerability using man-in-the-middle techniques to cause the victim to accept spoofed certificates.
No remedy available as of July 1, 2014.
- Apple Store: Call of Duty Elite.
- BID-57225: Call of Duty Elite for iOS CVE-2012-4918 SSL Certificate Validation Spoofing Vulnerability
- BID-57259: Apache CloudStack CVE-2012-5616 Local Information Disclosure Vulnerability
- CVE-2012-4918: Call of Duty Elite for iOS 2.0.1 does not properly validate the server SSL certificate, which allows remote attackers to obtain sensitive information via a Man-in-the-Middle (MITM) attack.
- CVE-2012-5616: Apache CloudStack 4.0.0-incubating and Citrix CloudPlatform (formerly Citrix CloudStack) before 3.0.6 stores sensitive information in the log4j.conf log file, which allows local users to obtain (1) the SSH private key as recorded by the createSSHKeyPair API, (2) the password of an added host as recorded by the AddHost API, or the password of an added VM as recorded by the (3) DeployVM or (4) ResetPasswordForVM API.
- SA51366: Call of Duty Elite for iOS Certificate Verification Security Issue
- SA51821: Apache CloudStack Log File Multiple Information Disclosure Weaknesses
- SA51827: Citrix CloudPlatform Log File Multiple Information Disclosure Weaknesses
- Activision Publishing, Inc. Call of Duty Elite for iOS 2.0.1
Jan 09, 2013
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