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Date: Wed, 03 Oct 2012 23:39:40 -0600
From: Kurt Seifried <kseifried@...hat.com>
To: oss-security@...ts.openwall.com
CC: Joshua Brauer <joshua@...uerranch.com>
Subject: Re: CVE Request for Drupal Contributed Modules

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On 10/03/2012 10:23 PM, Joshua Brauer wrote:
> Thanks these have been posted and I'll have more catching up
> tomorrow.
> 
> Just to verify the process CVE-2012-4472 SA-CONTRIB-2012-108 is for
> multiple vulnerabilities which Drupal issued one advisory about. In
> the past I think these got separate CVE's and we have in our
> process to report it once for each vulnerability. Which leads to
> the questions: 1) Should it have multiple CVE's? 2) Should we be
> reporting these separately or all on one?

Sorry I was reading the titles of the advisories, usually they say
"multiple issues" when there are multiple issues, "SA-CONTRIB-2012-108
- - Drag & Drop Gallery - Arbitrary PHP code execution". Oops.

> Thanks, Josh

>>>> Thanks, Josh - on behalf of the Drupal security team.
> 
> Perfect, this is easy =).
> 
> Please use the following CVEs:
> 
> CVE-2012-4468 SA-CONTRIB-2012-104 CVE-2012-4469
> SA-CONTRIB-2012-105 CVE-2012-4470 SA-CONTRIB-2012-106 CVE-2012-4471
> SA-CONTRIB-2012-107 CVE-2012-4472 SA-CONTRIB-2012-108 CVE-2012-4473
> SA-CONTRIB-2012-109 CVE-2012-4474 SA-CONTRIB-2012-110 CVE-2012-4475
> SA-CONTRIB-2012-111


Ok so a clarification on  CVE-2012-4472 SA-CONTRIB-2012-108 and some
additional CVEs:

SA-CONTRIB-2012-108 - Drag & Drop Gallery - Cross Site Scripting
Please use CVE-2012-4476 for this issue.

SA-CONTRIB-2012-108 - Drag & Drop Gallery - Access bypass
Please use CVE-2012-4477 for this issue.

SA-CONTRIB-2012-108 - Drag & Drop Gallery - Cross Site Request Forgery
Please use CVE-2012-4478 for this issue.

SA-CONTRIB-2012-108 - Drag & Drop Gallery - SQL Injection
Please use CVE-2012-4479 for this issue.

SA-CONTRIB-2012-108 - Drag & Drop Gallery - Arbitrary PHP code execution
Please continue to use CVE-2012-4472 (it's the most serious one and
listed in the title of the web page currently).


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Kurt Seifried Red Hat Security Response Team (SRT)
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