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PR06-03b: F5 Firepass 1000 SSL VPN version 5.5 vulnerable to Cross-Site Scripting
From: research () procheckup com
Date: 17 Oct 2006 15:34:53 -0000

The F5 FirePass 1000 SSL VPN application version 5.5, and possibly earlier versions, is vulnerable to Cross-Site 

This advisory has been published following consultation with UK NISCC <http://www.niscc.gov.uk>

The updated version of this advisory can be found on the following link http://www.procheckup.com/Vulner_PR0603b.php

Date Found: 23rd January 2006

Date Public: 27th September 2006

Vulnerable: Version 5.5 and possibly previous versions.

Severity: Medium/High

Authors: Richard Brain [richard.brain [at] procheckup.com]

CVE Candidate: Not assigned


The F5 FirePass 1000 SSL VPN appliance is vulnerable to Cross-Site Scripting within the sid" field of the 
"my.acctab.php3" program.


An attacker may be able to cause the execution of malicious script code in the browser of a user who clicks on a link 
to the F5 FirePass SSL VPN appliance. This type of attack can result in the defacement of a site, or the redirection of 
confidential information to unauthorised third 


This report was investigated by F5 under the following support ticket CR64237.

This flaw has been fixed in version 6.0 of FirePass, and will be fixed in the 5.52 version of FirePass.




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