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CVE-2017-14087 Trend Micro OfficeScan v11.0 and XG (12.0)* Host Header Injection (apparitionsec / hyp3rlinx)
Sep 28 2017 06:35PM
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[+] Credits: John Page (aka hyp3rlinx)
[+] Website: hyp3rlinx.altervista.org
[+] Source: http://hyp3rlinx.altervista.org/advisories/CVE-2017-14087-TRENDMICRO-OFF
[+] ISR: ApparitionSec
v11.0 and XG (12.0)*
OfficeScan protects enterprise networks from malware, network viruses, web-based threats, spyware, and mixed threat attacks.
An integrated solution, OfficeScan consists of the OfficeScan agent program that resides at the endpoint and a server program that
manages all agents. The OfficeScan agent guards the endpoint and reports its security status to the server. The server, through the
web-based management console, makes it easy to set coordinated security policies and deploy updates to every agent.
Host Header Injection
Host header injection issue as "db_controller.php" relies on $_SERVER['HTTP_HOST'] which can be spoofed by client, instead of $_SERVER['SERVER_NAME'].
In environments where caching is in place by making HTTP GET request with a poisoned HOST header webpages can potentially render arbitrary
links that point to a malicious website.
c:\> CURL http://x.x.x.x -H "Host: ATTACKER-IP"
Vendor Notification: June 2, 2017
Vendor releases fixes / advisory : September 27, 2017
September 28, 2017 : Public Disclosure
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