Desktop plugin for ISL Light clipboard information disclosure
|isllight-cve20136237-info-disc (89399)||Medium Risk|
Desktop plugin for ISL Light could allow a remote attacker to obtain sensitive information, caused by an error while sharing a session with a remote user and copying a hidden password to local clipboard. An attacker could exploit this vulnerability to directly paste the password in clear text in a document and perform unauthorized actions.
Upgrade to the latest version of ISL Light Desktop plugin for Windows (1.4.7 or later), available from the ISL Light Web site. See References.
- Full Disclosure Mailing List, Tue, 3 Dec 2013 08:59:18 +0100: [CVE-2013-6237] ISL Light - Desktop 3.5.4, Clipboard security issue.
- ISL Light Web site: ISL Online - Remote Desktop, Remote Access, Live Chat and Web Conferencing.
- Packet Storm Security [12-03-2013]: ISL Light Desktop 3.5.4 Information Disclosure.
- BID-64050: Desktop Plugin For ISL Light Clipboard Information Disclosure Vulnerability
- CVE-2013-6237: The ISL Desktop plugin for Windows before 1.4.7 for ISL Light 3.5.4 and earlier allows remote authenticated users to obtain sensitive information by pasting the clipboard contents that have been copied by another user in the session.
- OSVDB ID: 100512: ISL Light Clipboard Contents Cross-user Remote Information Disclosure
- ISL Light Desktop plugin for ISL Light 1.4.7
- ISL Light ISL Light 3.5.4
Dec 03, 2013
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