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Date: Sun, 06 Dec 2009 13:45:08 +0100
From: Jan Lieskovsky <jlieskov@...hat.com>
To: "Steven M. Christey" <coley@...us.mitre.org>
CC: oss-security <oss-security@...ts.openwall.com>
Subject: CVE Request -- moodle 1.9.7 and 1.8.11

Hello Steve, vendors,

   Moodle upstream has released latest stable versions (1.9.7 and 1.8.11),
fixing multiple security issues.

The list for 1.9.7 release:
---------------------------
  Security issues

     * MSA-09-0022 - Multiple CSRF problems fixed
     * MSA-09-0023 - Fixed user account disclosure in LAMS module
     * MSA-09-0024 - Fixed insufficient access control in Glossary module
     * MSA-09-0025 - Unneeded MD5 hashes removed from user table
     * MSA-09-0026 - Fixed invalid application access control in MNET interface
     * MSA-09-0027 - Ensured login information is always sent secured when using SSL for logins
     * MSA-09-0028 - Passwords and secrets are no longer ever saved in backups, new backup capabilities
                     moodle/backup:userinfo and moodle/restore:userinfo for controlling who can
                     backup/restore user data, new checks in the security overview report help
                     admins identify dangerous backup permissions
     * MSA-09-0029 - A strong password policy is now enabled by default, enabling password salt
                     in encouraged in config.php, admins are forced to change password after the
                     upgrade and admins can force password change on other users via Bulk user actions
     * MSA-09-0030 - New detection of insecure Flash player plugins, Moodle won't serve Flash to insecure plugins
     * MSA-09-0031 - Fixed SQL injection in SCORM module

The list for 1.8.11 release:
----------------------------
  Security issues

     * MSA-09-0022 - Multiple CSRF problems fixed
     * MSA-09-0023 - Fixed user account disclosure in LAMS module
     * MSA-09-0024 - Fixed insufficient access control in Glossary module
     * MSA-09-0025 - Unneeded MD5 hashes removed from user table
     * MSA-09-0026 - Fixed invalid application access control in MNET interface
     * MSA-09-0027 - Ensured login information is always sent secured when using SSL for logins
     * MSA-09-0028 - Passwords and secrets are no longer ever saved in backups, new backup capabilities
                     moodle/backup:userinfo and moodle/restore:userinfo for controlling who can
                     backup/restore user data
     * MSA-09-0029 - Enabling a password salt in encouraged in config.php and admins are forced to change password after the upgrade
     * MSA-09-0031 - Fixed SQL injection in SCORM module

 From the look at relevant Moodle security advisories seems there are not
CVE identifiers assigned yet, so could you allocate them?

References:
-----------
http://docs.moodle.org/en/Moodle_1.9.7_release_notes
http://docs.moodle.org/en/Moodle_1.8.11_release_notes

Thanks && Regards, Jan.
--
Jan iankko Lieskovsky / Red Hat Security Response Team

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