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SUPEE-8788 Magento Community Edition 1.9.3

SUPEE-8788, Enterprise Edition 1.14.3 and Community Edition 1.9.3 address Zend framework and payment vulnerabilities, ensure sessions are invalidated after a user logs out, and make several other security enhancements that are detailed below.

Information on additional functional enhancements available the new 1.14.3 and 1.9.3 releases is available in the ENTERPRISE EDITION and COMMUNITY EDITION RELEASE NOTES.

Patches and upgrades are available for the following Magento versions:

  • Enterprise Edition 1.9.0.0-1.14.2.4: SUPEE-8788 or upgrade to Enterprise Edition 1.14.3
  • Community Edition 1.5.0.1-1.9.2.4: SUPEE-8788 or upgrade to Community Edition 1.9.3
APPSEC-1484 – Remote Code Execution in checkout
Type: Remote Code Execution (RCE)
CVSSv3 Severity: 9.8 (Critical)
Known Attacks: None
Description: With some payment methods it might be possible to execute malicious PHP code during checkout.
Product(s) Affected: Magento CE prior to 1.9.3, and Magento EE prior to 1.14.3
Fixed In: CE 1.9.3, EE 1.14.3, SUPEE-8788
Reporter: Peter O’Callaghan
APPSEC-1480 – SQL injection in Zend Framework
Type: SQL Injection/Improper validation
CVSSv3 Severity: 9.1 (Critical)
Known Attacks: None
Description: A bug in Zend Framework value escaping allows a malicious user to inject SQL through the ordering or grouping parameters. While there are no known frontend entry point vulnerabilities that would allow for a full SQL injection, we’ve found an entry point in the Magento Admin panel, and other entry points most likely exist.
Product(s) Affected: Magento CE prior to 1.9.3, and Magento EE prior to 1.14.3
Fixed In: CE 1.9.3, EE 1.14.3, SUPEE-8788
Reporter: Peter O’Callaghan
APPSEC-1488 – Stored XSS in invitations
Type: Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) – Stored
CVSSv3 Severity: 8.2 (High)
Known Attacks: None
Description: It is possible to use the Magento Enterprise Edition invitations feature to insert malicious JavaScript that might be executed in the admin context.
Product(s) Affected: Magento EE prior to 1.14.3
Fixed In: EE 1.14.3, SUPEE-8788
Reporter: Peter O’Callaghan
APPSEC-1247 – Block cache exploit
Type: Information Leakage
CVSSv3 Severity: 7.7 (High)
Known Attacks: None
Description: With access to any CMS functionality, an attacker with administrator permissions can use blocks to exfiltrate information stored in cache. This sensitive information includes store configuration, encryption key, and database connection details. Additionally, it might be possible to execute code.
Product(s) Affected: Magento CE prior to 1.9.3, and Magento EE prior to 1.14.3
Fixed In: CE 1.9.3, EE 1.14.3, SUPEE-8788
Reporter: Peter O’Callaghan
APPSEC-1517 – Log in as another customer
Type: Insufficient data protection
CVSSv3 Severity: 7.5 (High)
Known Attacks: None
Description: In certain configurations, it is possible to log in as existing store customer while knowing only his email address, not his password.
Product(s) Affected: Magento CE prior to 1.9.3, and Magento EE prior to 1.14.3
Fixed In: CE 1.9.3, EE 1.14.3, SUPEE-8788
Reporter: Peter O’Callaghan
APPSEC-1375 – Remote Code Execution in admin
Type: Remote code execution (RCE)
CVSSv3 Severity: 6.5 (Medium)
Known Attacks: None
Description: The import/export functionality in Magento unserializes data supplied from the Admin dashboard without proper checks. This can lead to possible code execution if a malicious user has Magento Admin access, even if access is limited to the import/export functionality.
Product(s) Affected: Magento CE prior to 1.9.3, and Magento EE prior to 1.14.3
Fixed In: CE 1.9.3, EE 1.14.3, SUPEE-8788
Reporter: Peter O’Callaghan
APPSEC-1338 – Full Page Cache poisoning
Type: Cache Poisoning
CVSSv3 Severity: 6.5 (Medium)
Known Attacks: None
Description: It is possible to manipulate the full page cache to store incorrect pages under regular page URL entries. This issue affects only Magento Enterprise Edition.
Product(s) Affected: Magento EE prior to 1.14.3
Fixed In: EE 1.14.3, SUPEE-8788
Reporter: Peter O’Callaghan
APPSEC-1436 – XSS vulnerability in URL processing
Type: Cross-site Scripting (XSS)
CVSSv3 Severity: 6.1 (Medium)
Known Attacks: None
Description: Magento function related to URL processing incorrectly uses user-supplied data from request headers. This can result in a cross-site scripting issue.
Product(s) Affected: Magento CE prior to 1.9.3, and Magento EE prior to 1.14.3
Fixed In: CE 1.9.3, EE 1.14.3, SUPEE-8788
Reporter: Internal/support
APPSEC-1211 – XSS in categories management
Type: Cross-site Scripting (XSS)
CVSSv3 Severity: 6.1 (Medium)
Known Attacks: None
Description: It is possible to create a category that contains malicious JavaScript code in the category name. This code will then be executed in other parts of the Admin panel, such as URL Rewrites. To exploit this issue, a user would need admin access to catalog management.
Product(s) Affected: Magento CE prior to 1.9.3, and Magento EE prior to 1.14.3
Fixed In: CE 1.9.3, EE 1.14.3, SUPEE-8788
Reporter: Milan A. Solanki
APPSEC-1058 – GIF flooding
Type: Denial of Service (DoS)
CVSSv3 Severity: 5.3 (Medium)
Known Attacks: None
Description: A malicious user can upload a modified image that could cause a script timeout, resulting in a denial of service attack. (This potential vulnerability affects stores that allow users to upload images as a custom option or through the Admin dashboard)
Product(s) Affected: Magento CE prior to 1.9.3, and Magento EE prior to 1.14.3
Fixed In: CE 1.9.3, EE 1.14.3, SUPEE-8788
Reporter: Shahmeer Baloch
APPSEC-666 – Cross-site scripting in Flash file uploader
Type: Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) – reflected
CVSSv3 Severity: 5.3 (Medium)
Known Attacks: None
Description: Reflected cross-site scripting is possible on sites that use the file custom option.
Product(s) Affected: Magento CE prior to 1.9.3, and Magento EE prior to 1.14.3
Fixed In: CE 1.9.3, EE 1.14.3, SUPEE-8788
Reporter: Francisco Javier Correa Silva
APPSEC-1282: Filter avoidance
Type: Filter avoidance
CVSSv3 Severity: 4.9 (Medium)
Known Attacks: None
Description: Implementing filters for XSS in email templates and other Admin features might not be sufficient to stop specially crafted exploit strings.
Product(s) Affected: Magento CE prior to 1.9.3, and Magento EE prior to 1.14.3
Fixed In: CE 1.9.3, EE 1.14.3, SUPEE-8788
Reporter: Peter O’Callaghan
APPSEC-327 – CSRF in several forms
Type: Cross-site Request Forgery (CSRF)
CVSSv3 Severity: 4.7 (Medium)
Known Attacks: None
Description: Improper form key validation leads to possible CSRF attacks on several forms throughout Magento. As a result, a malicious user could create a phishing form that, when clicked by a user, would execute an action such as update cart or login. Note: This issue affects only older versions of Magento.
Product(s) Affected: Magento CE prior to 1.8.1, and Magento EE prior to 1.13.1
Fixed In: CE 1.9.3, EE 1.14.3, SUPEE-8788
Reporter: Internal
APPSEC-1189 – CSRF on removing item from Wishlist or Address Book
Type: Cross-site Request Forgery (CSRF)
CVSSv3 Severity: 4.7 (Medium)
Known Attacks: None
Description: It is possible to create a phishing page that if visited by a store customer would delete the customer’s address or wishlist items.
Product(s) Affected: Magento CE prior to 1.9.3, and Magento EE prior to 1.14.3
Fixed In: CE 1.9.3, EE 1.14.3
Reporter: High-Tech Bridge Security Research
APPSEC-1478: Session does not expire on logout
Type: Insufficient Session Expiration
CVSSv3 Severity: 4.2 (Medium)
Known Attacks: None
Description: Session do not expire after logout, making it possible to steal session cookies and access a customer’s account. This risk primarily occurs when users share a computer to access the site.
Product(s) Affected: Magento CE prior to 1.9.3, and Magento EE prior to 1.14.3
Fixed In: CE 1.9.3, EE 1.14.3, SUPEE-8788
Reporter: Mahmoud Osama
APPSEC-1106 – Lack of certificate validation enables MitM attacks
Type: Man-in-the-Middle (MitM)
CVSSv3 Severity: 3.7 (Low)
Known Attacks: None
Description: Lack of certificate validation on calls to external services enables man-in-the-middle attacks on those calls. This results in possible disclosure of customer information. The risk is low due to the effort needed to execute such an attack.
Product(s) Affected: Magento CE prior to 1.9.3, and Magento EE prior to 1.14.3
Fixed In: CE 1.9.3, EE 1.14.3, SUPEE-8788
Reporter: Maksymilian Arciemowicz
APPSEC-995 – Timing attack on hash checking
Type: Timing attack
CVSSv3 Severity: 3.7 (Low)
Known Attacks: None
Description: It is theoretically possible to execute a timing attack on the password checking functionality. This is a low-risk vulnerability due to the effort required to execute this attack successfully.
Product(s) Affected: Magento CE prior to 1.9.3, and Magento EE prior to 1.14.3
Fixed In: CE 1.9.3, EE 1.14.3, SUPEE-8788
Reporter: Teguh P. Alko

 


Magento Enterprise Edition and Community Edition 2.0.10 and 2.1.2

Contain multiple security enhancements to address a Zend Framework vulnerability, prevent unauthorized users from backing up Magento files, and ensure sessions are invalidated after a user logs out. More information about these issues is provided below.

Merchants who have not previously downloaded a Magento 2.0 release should go straight to Magento Enterprise Edition or Community Edition 2.0.6.

APPSEC-1484 – Remote Code Execution in checkout
Type: Remote Code Execution (RCE)
CVSSv3 Severity: 9.8 (Critical)
Known Attacks: None
Description: With some payment methods, users can execute malicious PHP code during checkout.
Product(s) Affected: Magento CE and EE prior to 2.0.10/2.1.2
Fixed In: Magento CE and EE 2.0.10/2.1.2
Reporter: Peter O’Callaghan
APPSEC-1480 – SQL injection in Zend Framework
Type: SQL Injection/Improper validation
CVSSv3 Severity: 9.1 (Critical)
Known Attacks: None
Description: A bug in Zend Framework value escaping allows a malicious user to inject SQL through the ordering or grouping parameters. While there are no known frontend entry point vulnerabilities that would allow for a full SQL injection, we’ve found an entry point in the Magento Admin panel, and other entry points most likely exist.
Product(s) Affected: Magento CE and EE prior to 2.0.10/2.1.2
Fixed In: Magento CE and EE 2.0.10/2.1.2
Reporter: Peter O’Callaghan
APPSEC-1503 – Stored Cross-Site Scripting in email templates
Type: Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) – Stored
CVSSv3 Severity: 8.7 (High)
Known Attacks: None
Description: It is possible to store malicious code in email templates that will be executed when the templates are previewed.
Product(s) Affected: Magento CE and EE prior to 2.0.10/2.1.2
Fixed In: Magento CE and EE 2.0.10/2.1.2
Reporter: vishwaraj
APPSEC-1488 – Stored XSS in invitations
Type: Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) – Stored
CVSSv3 Severity: 8.2 (High)
Known Attacks: None
Description: It is possible to use the Magento Enterprise Edition invitations feature to insert malicious JavaScript that might be executed in the admin context.
Product(s) Affected: Magento EE prior to 2.0.10/2.1.2
Fixed In: Magento EE 2.0.10/2.1.2
Reporter: Peter O’Callaghan
APPSEC-1533 – Order item with altered price
Type: Improper input validation
CVSSv3 Severity: 7.5 (High)
Known Attacks: None
Description: It is possible to alter product price by manipulating parameters and completing checkout with the altered price.
Product(s) Affected: Magento CE and EE prior to 2.0.10/2.1.2
Fixed In: Magento CE and EE 2.0.10/2.1.2
Reporter: Ivan Weiler
APPSEC-1270 – Guest order view protection code vulnerable to brute-force attack
Type: Information Disclosure – personal
CVSSv3 Severity: 7.5 (High)
Known Attacks: None
Description: The design of the guest order view protection makes it possible to access guest order information for particular orders. Although a user cannot target a specific order in the attack, or view all orders, he can use it to extract some order information from a store.
Product(s) Affected: Magento CE and EE prior to 2.0.10/2.1.2
Fixed In: Magento CE and EE 2.0.10/2.1.2
Reporter: Peter O’Callaghan
APPSEC-1539 – Cross-Site Scripting in section loading
Type: Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) – Reflected
CVSSv3 Severity: 7.2 (High)
Known Attacks: None
Description: It is possible to inject malicious JavaScript code when loading the content section of a request. Note: There is a low risk of this type of attack as the server should not execute code that contains incompatible content types.
Product(s) Affected: Magento CE and EE prior to 2.0.10/2.1.2
Fixed In: Magento CE and EE 2.0.10/2.1.2
Reporter: Support Customer
APPSEC-1433 – Unauthorized removal of customer address
Type: Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF)
CVSSv3 Severity: 6.5 (Medium)
Known Attacks: None
Description: It is possible to trick a user into deleting his store address book entries.
Product(s) Affected: Magento CE and EE prior to 2.0.10/2.1.2
Fixed In: Magento CE and EE 2.0.10/2.1.2
Reporter: Vishwaraj Bhattrai
APPSEC-1338 – Full Page Cache poisoning
Type: Cache Poisoning
CVSSv3 Severity: 6.5 (Medium)
Known Attacks: None
Description: It is possible to manipulate the full page cache to store incorrect pages under regular page URL entries.
Product(s) Affected: Magento EE prior to 2.0.10/2.1.2
Fixed In: Magento EE 2.0.10/2.1.2
Reporter: Peter O’Callaghan
APPSEC-1329 – Information disclosure in maintenance mode
Type: Information disclosure
CVSSv3 Severity: 5.3 (Medium)
Known Attacks: None
Description: When a store is in maintenance mode, it can expose internal files.
Product(s) Affected: Magento CE and EE prior to 2.0.10/2.1.2
Fixed In: Magento CE and EE 2.0.10/2.1.2
Reporter: Branko Ajzele
APPSEC-1490 – Local file inclusion
Type: Local file inclusion
CVSSv3 Severity: 4.9 (Medium)
Known Attacks: None
Description: A user with lesser privileges can store system files in a publicly accessible media folder. These files can be retrieved later by any user.
Product(s) Affected: Magento CE and EE prior to 2.0.10/2.1.2
Fixed In: Magento CE and EE 2.0.10/2.1.2
Reporter: Subnet
APPSEC-1543 – Removal of currently logged-in administrator
Type: Incorrect escaping/Cross-Site Request Forgery
CVSSv3 Severity: 4.9 (Medium)
Known Attacks: Medium
Description: It is possible to provide a parameter that results in the deletion of the currently logged-in user. If form key functionality is turned off, a malicious user can create a CSRF attack to delete the Admin user.
Product(s) Affected: Magento CE and EE prior to 2.0.10/2.1.2
Fixed In: Magento CE and EE 2.0.10/2.1.2
Reporter: TBD
APPSEC-1212 – CSRF delete items from mini cart
Type: Cross-Site Request Forgery
CVSSv3 Severity: 4.3 (Medium)
Known Attacks: None
Description: Magento does not validate the form key when deleting items from the mini cart using a GET request. As a result, it is possible to trick a customer into deleting items from his cart using phishing emails or other link-hiding/obfuscation techniques.
Product(s) Affected: Magento CE and EE prior to 2.0.10
Fixed In: Magento CE and EE 2.0.10
Reporter: Internal
APPSEC-1478 – Session does not expire on logout
Type: Insufficient Session Expiration
CVSSv3 Severity: 4.2 (Medium)
Known Attacks: None
Description: Sessions do not expire after logout, making it possible to steal session cookies and access the customer’s account. This risk primarily occurs when users share a computer to access the site.
Product(s) Affected: Magento CE and EE prior to 2.0.10/2.1.2
Fixed In: Magento CE and EE 2.0.10/2.1.2
Reporter: Mahmoud Osama
APPSEC-1481 – Admin users can create backups regardless of privileges
Type: Cross-site request forgery (CSRF)
CVSSv3 Severity: 4.1 (Medium)
Known Attacks: None
Description: Lack of CSRF protection and privilege check allows any Admin user to create a backup of the system. An Admin user can be tricked into clicking on a phishing form that creates a backup, or an Admin user with lesser privileges can access this functionality. This attack has a low risk because creating a backup in itself does not harm the installation.
Product(s) Affected: Magento CE and EE prior to 2.0.10/2.1.2
Fixed In: Magento CE and EE 2.0.10/2.1.2
Reporter: VN-49-D1

Be sure to implement and test the new version in a development environment first to confirm that it works as expected before deploying it to a production site. Information about installing a new release is AVAILABLE ONLINE

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