Advisory ID vasco-sa-20150903-DPAuth4CWI
Revision number 1.0
Date of Release September 03, 2015 01:19 PM UTC+1
Last update September 03, 2015 01:19 PM UTC+1
Information security auditors from the company Integrity have privately reported a cross-site scripting vulnerability that may be present in Citrix Web Interface installations that use OneSpan’s DIGIPASS authentication for Citrix Web Interface plugin. The issue is present in the login page of the Citrix Web Interface.
Following products are affected by the vulnerability:
DIGIPASS authentication for Citrix Web Interface
The DIGIPASS Authentication Plug-In may be configured to pass information to Citrix when it fails an authentication request. This information may be used to provide users with an explanation of why their login failed, and steps that they may be able to take to rectify the problem. The DIGIPASS Authentication Plug-In will pass the error or status code and message text for the authentication server to Citrix, which may then display the message verbatim or interpret the code to provide the user with a clear explanation or set of instructions.
As part of the installation package OneSpan provides a sample feedback.inc file that customers should copy into the Citrix installation directory. The code in the feedback.inc file is executed during the loading of the Citrix Web interface login page. The sample code displays error or status code and the message text without applying input filtering, which results in a reflected cross-site scripting vulnerability.
Customers are only vulnerable if they have replaced the feedback.inc file with the sample file provided by OneSpan, or if they have updated their feedback.inc file using the sample code available in the product documentation.
The tables below denote the CVSS 2.0 vulnerability score of the various vulnerabilities.
|CVSS Base Score: 4.3
Since the approaching end-of-maintenance date set by Citrix for its Citrix Web Interface product, OneSpan will not release an update of the DIGIPASS Authentication Plug-In for Citrix Web Interface. Instead customers who have modified the feedback.inc file of their Citrix Web Interface product should apply the workaround documented below.
In order to remediate this issue, an impacted customer may use one of following solutions:
The customer may replace the feedback.inc file with the original feedback.inc file that was provided by Citrix. In this case the customer must set the flag ‘Return failure reason’ unchecked in the DIGIPASS Authentication Plug-In Configuration Center.
The customer may edit the feedback.inc file and remove or comment out the code that displays the DIGIPASS failure reason. Customers should follow this approach if the original feedback.inc file is no longer available.
More details about these solutions are available in OneSpan’s Knowledge Base article KB 140148.
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