Oracle Identity Manager 11g R2 SP1 (11.1.2.1.0) - Unvalidated Redirects

EDB-ID:

32670




Platform:

PHP

Date:

2014-04-03


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Unvalidated Redirects on Oracle Identity Manager
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[ADVISORY INFORMATION]
Title:    		Unvalidated Redirects on Oracle Identity Manager
Discovery date: 	10/12/2013
Release date:   	03/04/2014
Vendor Homepage: 	www.oracle.com
Version:		Oracle Identity Manager 11g R2 SP1 (11.1.2.1.0)
Credits:        	Giuseppe D'Amore (http://it.linkedin.com/pub/giuseppe-d-amore/69/37/66b)
 
[VULNERABILITY INFORMATION]
Class:           	Unvalidated Redirects
Category:		Web

AFFECTED PRODUCTS]
This security vulnerability affects:

	* Oracle Identity Manager 11g R2 SP1 (11.1.2.1.0)

[VULNERABILITY DETAILS]

Sending to a legitimate user the following request:

https://trusteddomainname/identity/faces/firstlogin?action=changepwd&backUrl=https://myevildomain/

it is possible, after the password change procedure, to redirect the user to a malicious domain.

Attacker links to unvalidated redirect and tricks victims into clicking it. Victims are more likely to click on it, since the link is to a valid site. So such redirects may attempt to install malware or trick victims into disclosing passwords or other sensitive information. 
 
[DISCLOSURE TIME-LINE]
    * 10/12/2013 - Initial vendor contact.
 
    * 11/12/2013 - Oracle confirmed the issue is a new security vulnerability.
 
    * 03/04/2014 - Oracle hasn't fixed this vulnerability yet.
 
    * 03/04/2014 - Public disclosure.
 
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