Published: 17th August 2020
CVSS Score: 8.8 (CVSS:3.1/AV:N/AC:L/PR:N/UI:R/S:U/C:H/I:H/A:H)
WSO2 API Manager : 2.2.0
WSO2 API Manager Analytics : 2.2.0
WSO2 API Microgateway : 2.2.0
WSO2 Data Analytics Server : 3.2.0
WSO2 Enterprise Integrator : 6.6.0 or earlier
WSO2 IS as Key Manager : 5.5.0
WSO2 Identity Server : 5.5.0, 5.8.0
WSO2 Identity Server Analytics : 5.5.0
WSO2 IoT Server : 3.3.0 , 3.3.1
Session Hijacking vulnerability in the SOAP service "Try it" tool.
Carbon Management Console's session cookie of a legitimate user could get delivered to an attacker-controlled endpoint by tricking that user to submit a URL of SOAP service "Try it" tool with a malicious payload.
By leveraging the Session Hijacking vulnerability, it is possible to steal session cookies if the attackercontrolled environments are reachable from the Carbon Management Console nodes. Once the attacker receives the session cookies, they can use those to access the Carbon Management Console if they have network level access to it.
The risk from this Session Hijacking vulnerability would be reduced if the unwarranted inbound and outbound network access are blocked from Carbon Management Console nodes.
If you are using an affected product version, it is highly recommended to migrate to the latest released version to receive security fixes.
You may also apply the relevant fixes based on the changes from the public fix: https://github.com/wso2/carbon-kernel/pull/2663
Note: If you are a WSO2 customer with Support Subscription, please use WSO2 Update Manager (WUM) updates in order to apply the fix.
WSO2 thanks, Krzysztof Przybylski for responsibly reporting the identified issue and working with us as we addressed it.