Cosign SSO Authentication Bypass Apr 11 2007 03:04PM
Jon Oberheide (jon oberheide org)
Author: Jon Oberheide <jon (at) oberheide (dot) org [email concealed]>
Date: Wed, April 11th, 2007

Summary
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Application: Cosign Single Sign-On
Affected Versions: 2.0.1 and previous
Vendor Website: http://weblogin.org
Type of Vulnerability: Authentication Bypass - Remote

Background
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cosign is a web single-sign-on system. Written at the University of
Michigan, cosign is an open source software project and a part of the
National Science Foundation Middleware Initiative (NMI) EDIT software
release. cosign is deployed extensively at the University of Michigan
and at educational institutions and other organizations around the
world.

Description
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Two critical remote vulnerabilities exist within the CGI component of
cosign allowing authentication bypass and impersonation of an arbitrary
user. The full details of each vulnerability can be found at the
following links:

http://www.umich.edu/~umweb/software/cosign/cosign-vuln-2007-001.txt
http://www.umich.edu/~umweb/software/cosign/cosign-vuln-2007-002.txt

Resolution
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Organizations utilizing cosign should upgrade to versions 1.9.4b or
2.0.2a available at http://weblogin.org.

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Jon Oberheide <jon (at) oberheide (dot) org [email concealed]>
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