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Revision:  375358
Date:      2014-12-23
Time:      21:24:55Z
Committer: rea

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4451a4c9-c05e-11dc-982e-001372fd0af2drupal -- cross site request forgery

The Drupal Project reports:

The aggregator module fetches items from RSS feeds and makes them available on the site. The module provides an option to remove items from a particular feed. This has been implemented as a simple GET request and is therefore vulnerable to cross site request forgeries. For example: Should a privileged user view a page containing an tag with a specially constructed src pointing to a remove items URL, the items would be removed.


Discovery 2008-01-10
Entry 2008-01-11
Modified 2010-05-12
drupal5
lt 5.6

drupal4
lt 4.7.11

CVE-2008-0272
http://drupal.org/node/208562
http://secunia.com/advisories/28422/
f0fa19dd-c060-11dc-982e-001372fd0af2drupal -- cross site scripting (register_globals)

The Drupal Project reports:

When theme .tpl.php files are accessible via the web and the PHP setting register_globals is set to enabled, anonymous users are able to execute cross site scripting attacks via specially crafted links.

Drupal's .htaccess attempts to set register_globals to disabled and also prevents access to .tpl.php files. Only when both these measures are not effective and your PHP interpreter is configured with register_globals set to enabled, will this issue affect you.


Discovery 2008-01-10
Entry 2008-01-11
Modified 2010-05-12
drupal5
lt 5.6

drupal4
lt 4.7.11

CVE-2008-0274
http://drupal.org/node/208565
http://secunia.com/advisories/28422/
f0fa19dd-c060-11dc-982e-001372fd0af2drupal -- cross site scripting (register_globals)

The Drupal Project reports:

When theme .tpl.php files are accessible via the web and the PHP setting register_globals is set to enabled, anonymous users are able to execute cross site scripting attacks via specially crafted links.

Drupal's .htaccess attempts to set register_globals to disabled and also prevents access to .tpl.php files. Only when both these measures are not effective and your PHP interpreter is configured with register_globals set to enabled, will this issue affect you.


Discovery 2008-01-10
Entry 2008-01-11
Modified 2010-05-12
drupal5
lt 5.6

drupal4
lt 4.7.11

CVE-2008-0274
http://drupal.org/node/208565
http://secunia.com/advisories/28422/
6f736456-c060-11dc-982e-001372fd0af2drupal -- cross site scripting (utf8)

The Drupal Project reports:

When outputting plaintext Drupal strips potentially dangerous HTML tags and attributes from HTML, and escapes characters which have a special meaning in HTML. This output filtering secures the site against cross site scripting attacks via user input.

Certain byte sequences that are invalid in the UTF8 specification are not handled properly by Internet Explorer 6 and may lead it to see a multibyte start character where none is present. Internet Explorer 6 then consumes a number of subsequent UTF-8 characters. This may lead to unsafe attributes that were outside a tag for the filter to appear inside a tag for Internet Explorer 6. This behaviour can then be used to insert and execute javascript in the context of the website.


Discovery 2008-01-10
Entry 2008-01-11
Modified 2010-05-12
drupal5
lt 5.6

drupal4
lt 4.7.11

CVE-2008-0273
http://drupal.org/node/208564
http://secunia.com/advisories/28422/
4451a4c9-c05e-11dc-982e-001372fd0af2drupal -- cross site request forgery

The Drupal Project reports:

The aggregator module fetches items from RSS feeds and makes them available on the site. The module provides an option to remove items from a particular feed. This has been implemented as a simple GET request and is therefore vulnerable to cross site request forgeries. For example: Should a privileged user view a page containing an tag with a specially constructed src pointing to a remove items URL, the items would be removed.


Discovery 2008-01-10
Entry 2008-01-11
Modified 2010-05-12
drupal5
lt 5.6

drupal4
lt 4.7.11

CVE-2008-0272
http://drupal.org/node/208562
http://secunia.com/advisories/28422/
6f736456-c060-11dc-982e-001372fd0af2drupal -- cross site scripting (utf8)

The Drupal Project reports:

When outputting plaintext Drupal strips potentially dangerous HTML tags and attributes from HTML, and escapes characters which have a special meaning in HTML. This output filtering secures the site against cross site scripting attacks via user input.

Certain byte sequences that are invalid in the UTF8 specification are not handled properly by Internet Explorer 6 and may lead it to see a multibyte start character where none is present. Internet Explorer 6 then consumes a number of subsequent UTF-8 characters. This may lead to unsafe attributes that were outside a tag for the filter to appear inside a tag for Internet Explorer 6. This behaviour can then be used to insert and execute javascript in the context of the website.


Discovery 2008-01-10
Entry 2008-01-11
Modified 2010-05-12
drupal5
lt 5.6

drupal4
lt 4.7.11

CVE-2008-0273
http://drupal.org/node/208564
http://secunia.com/advisories/28422/