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Date: Mon, 08 Apr 2013 21:06:31 -0600
From: Kurt Seifried <kseifried@...hat.com>
To: oss-security@...ts.openwall.com
CC: Damien Regad <damien.regad@...ckgroup.com>
Subject: Re: Re: Re: Multiple CVE requests for MantisBT

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On 04/08/2013 03:30 PM, Damien Regad wrote:
> Kurt Seifried <kseifried@...hat.com> Wrote in message:
> 
>>>>>> 4. XSS issue on Configuration Report page when displaying
>>>>>>  complex value
>>>>>> 
>>>>>> This issue affects Mantis 1.2.0rc1 and later.
>>>>>> 
>>>>>> Lack of proper string escaping allows users (having admin
>>>>>>  access) to enter arbitrary javascript code and have it 
>>>>>> executed on the user's browser.
>>>>>> 
>>>>>> Reference:
>>>>>> http://www.mantisbt.org/bugs/view.php?id=15416
>>>>> 
>>>>> Does this count as a proper release or does it fall into
>>>>> the "beta" classification?
>>> 
>>>> 1.2.0rc1 was a beta release. The first "proper" release
>>>> affected by this was 1.2.0
>>> 
>>> Ok not assigning a CVE then, unless there are a large number
>>> of users betas don't get CVEs.
>> 
>> Steve just pointed out I may have misread this. Is 1.2.0
>> vulnerable, and this is fixed in 1.2.1, or was it fixed in the
>> 1.2.0 release (so ONLY 1.2.0-rc1 was affected)?
> 
> Not sure who Steve is, but he is absolutely correct - this affects 
> all versions of Mantis *starting* with rc1 and until 1.2.13 
> included, so definitely non-beta releases are vulnerable.

Steve/Steven is coley@...re.org (CVE head honcho).

So:

> Lack of proper string escaping allows users (having admin access)
> to enter arbitrary javascript code and have it executed on the
> user's browser.

Please use CVE-2013-1934 for this issue

- -- 
Kurt Seifried Red Hat Security Response Team (SRT)
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