Date: Sat, 07 Jul 2012 22:22:21 -0600 From: Kurt Seifried <kseifried@...hat.com> To: oss-security@...ts.openwall.com CC: security@...dpress.org, "Steven M. Christey" <coley@...us.mitre.org> Subject: Re: CVE #'s for WordPress 3.4.1 release -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 Seeing as how I have heard back from security@...dpress.org on another matter, but not this one (nor has Steve said "don't do it" =), I can only assume CVE #'s have not been assigned. If CVE's were issued for these issues they have not been published anywhere I can find them. Google: site:wordpress.org CVE-2012 returns 12 results, most of which are CVE-2012-1835. On 07/02/2012 03:24 PM, Kurt Seifried wrote: > http://codex.wordpress.org/Version_3.4.1 > > Lists several security issues as corrected: > > -Privilege Escalation/XSS. Critical. Administrators and editors in > multisite were accidentally allowed to use unfiltered_html for > 3.4.0. Please use CVE-2012-3383 for this issue. > -CSRF. Additional CSRF protection in the customizer. Please use CVE-2012-3384 for this issue. > -Information Disclosure: Disclosure of post contents to authors > and contributors (such as private or draft posts). Please use CVE-2012-3385 for this issue. > -Hardening: Deprecate wp_explain_nonce(), which could reveal > unnecessary information. -Hardening: Require a child theme to be > activated with its intended parent only. Hopefully these are in fact only hardening issues and not security issues, so no CVE. More details (like links to the code commits) would be appreciated though. - -- Kurt Seifried Red Hat Security Response Team (SRT) PGP: 0x5E267993 A90B F995 7350 148F 66BF 7554 160D 4553 5E26 7993 -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.4.12 (GNU/Linux) Comment: Using GnuPG with Mozilla - http://enigmail.mozdev.org/ iQIcBAEBAgAGBQJP+Qr9AAoJEBYNRVNeJnmTEnIP/1eUWbW3uCJB9NM5/5cTinGt jU3cNGBKLIjJfo16nYBcbFeihUdp6RxFy5Mz63104W9UOvyS3qLW6avU8wQ34u+7 QfDCmFKM/7rRfJk2T6e5eJY6PANqmUpkOob2xqtXd44yCbT2feKr6E1EzkqkmXdl mqt6RtsiBqxNKRR9BWC5ZSFDmcHjcBX1SWFn8xWBanC2hZk2c2g5zA18ZEatKhsY gfVsSznm5VxTutvQtUhhKh8D7pVtVpydm5tb8vXiEjYTrhnOrlyhMvdgSO0PuQTf OvD3BNnGSG0JKLnwl8R7uUlhOAuHMweI0DdQGNR+vOTmMvc1FLtT5RTKb2a4ojhq nQ3V0RxLJn2ZMEkbV+E7HBwEILBKPDzIuCBm1LmPyD7kaEWkwJrmPzhn0MRS/67H nBT89hikxTmiGH8kUSjaSVPHRz2RrCPEHjp9mfjhe4huDit9eB5Fe3QKE52VVhUJ oqenf0g9f51sG4s4ail7ubmb/908TlhSDX56UK21Irb3OTjOgi5lnzVbcOq2OX3n YmWeXzO6QyIq0OK+GIGpp3WlDd00AKgg1Ip/wxa2aNDIAM3WTy9QGkk35F3SIg0p MA4tFgbZkbFIPVo4QJVdat0oGP0Q/AdC7Ts7DsASJnT3Qq/p/EaFa6D9MOEngX9N Xx2JZ3K6FExbFo6c1+L0 =mpKg -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----
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