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Spree e-commerce JSON Hijacking Vulnerabilities - CVE-2010-3978
From: Rodrigo Branco <rbranco () checkpoint com>
Date: Mon, 8 Nov 2010 06:53:16 -0800
I'm writing on behalf of the Check Point Vulnerability Discovery Team to publish the following vulnerability.
Check Point Software Technologies - Vulnerability Discovery Team (VDT)
Spree e-commerce JSON Hijacking Vulnerabilities
Spree e-commerce is an open source commerce platform written for the Ruby on Rails framework supporting "Over 100
extensions created by our active and dedicated community".
This problem was confirmed in the following versions of the Spree e-commerce, other versions maybe also affected.
All 0.11.x versions
The upcoming code 0.30.x versions
CVSS Scoring System
The CVSS score is: 2.7
Base Score: 3.3
Temporal Score: 2.7
We used the following values to calculate the scores:
Base score is: AV:N/AC:L/Au:N/C:C/I:N/A:N
Temporal score is: E:F/RL:OF/RC:C
There are multiple JSON Hijacking vulnerabilities and as result, an attacker can steal confidential information such
as: product costs, price and quantities and users email, encrypted password, tokens, OpenID identifier, phone and
address as well as orders count and values by period.
mechanism between the client and the server. As the application cannot differentiate real requests from forged
requests, and the JSON object returned can be accessed by the attacker's malicious code via a script tag, those pages
are vulnerable to an attack known as JSON Hijacking.
The affected pages are:
Proof of concept exploitation code is available to interested parties.
This vulnerability has been brought to our attention by Gabriel Quadros from Conviso IT Security company
(http://www.conviso.com.br) and researched internally by Rodrigo Rubira Branco from the Check Point Vulnerability
Discovery Team (VDT).
Rodrigo Rubira Branco
Senior Security Researcher
Vulnerability Discovery Team (VDT)
Check Point Software Technologies
- Spree e-commerce JSON Hijacking Vulnerabilities - CVE-2010-3978 Rodrigo Branco (Nov 08)