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Date: Tue, 07 Feb 2017 13:52:23 +0100
From: Christian Boltz <>
Subject: CVE request: PostfixAdmin allows to delete protected aliases


[I'm not subscribed, so please CC me in your replies.]

I'd like to request a CVE ID for Postfixadmin.

Thanks to a missing permission check, domain admins can delete aliases 
they are not allowed to delete (for example abuse@, which the server 
admin might have setup so that he gets all abuse mails).

This can only be exploited by authentificated domain admins.

See for a detailed 

Affected versions:
- PostfixAdmin 3.0 and 3.0.1
- PostfixAdmin 2.91, 2.92 and 2.93 (which actually are 3.0 beta releases)

Older PostfixAdmin releases (2.3.x and older) are not affected.

PostfixAdmin 3.0.2 will fix this issue - I'll release it in the next days.


Christian Boltz
Immerwieder der gleiche Anfaengerfehler:
/dev/null ist fuer Backup,
/dev/zero ist fuer Restore.
[J. P. Meier]

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