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Revision:  462748
Date:      2018-02-23
Time:      22:00:38Z
Committer: dbaio

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3d0eeef8-0cf9-11e8-99b0-d017c2987f9aMailman -- Cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability in the web UI

Mark Sapiro reports:

An XSS vulnerability in the user options CGI could allow a crafted URL to execute arbitrary javascript in a user's browser. A related issue could expose information on a user's options page without requiring login.

Discovery 2018-01-20
Entry 2018-02-08
lt 2.1.26

lt 2.1.26

le 2.1.14.j7_2,1
b11ab01b-6e19-11e6-ab24-080027ef73ecmailman -- CSRF protection enhancements

Mark Sapiro reports:

CSRF protection has been extended to the user options page. This was actually fixed by Tokio Kikuchi as part of the fix for LP: #775294 and intended for Mailman 2.1.15, but that fix wasn't completely merged at the time. The full fix also addresses the admindb, and edithtml pages as well as the user options page and the previously fixed admin pages. Thanks to Nishant Agarwala for reporting the issue.

Discovery 2016-08-19
Entry 2016-08-29
lt 2.1.23
a5f160fa-deee-11e4-99f8-080027ef73ecmailman -- path traversal vulnerability

Mark Sapiro reports:

A path traversal vulnerability has been discovered and fixed. This vulnerability is only exploitable by a local user on a Mailman server where the suggested Exim transport, the Postfix transport or some other programmatic MTA delivery not using aliases is employed.

Discovery 2015-03-27
Entry 2015-04-09
Modified 2015-06-17
lt 2.1.20

lt 2.1.20

lt 2.1.14.j7_2,1
9e50dcc3-740b-11e6-94a2-080027ef73ecmailman -- CSRF hardening in parts of the web interface

The late Tokio Kikuchi reported:

We may have to set lifetime for input forms because of recent activities on cross-site request forgery (CSRF). The form lifetime is successfully deployed in frameworks like or plone etc. Proposed branch lp:~tkikuchi/mailman/form-lifetime implement lifetime in admin, admindb, options and edithtml interfaces. [...]

The web admin interface has been hardened against CSRF attacks by adding a hidden, encrypted token with a time stamp to form submissions and not accepting authentication by cookie if the token is missing, invalid or older than the new setting FORM_LIFETIME which defaults to one hour. Posthumous thanks go to Tokio Kikuchi for this implementation [...].

Discovery 2011-05-02
Entry 2016-09-06
lt 2.1.15