Multiple XSS vulnerabilities in Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server 2001
From: Ory Segal (ory.segal_at_sanctuminc.com)
Date: Mon, 05 Apr 2004 13:12:41 +0200 To: BUGTRAQ@SECURITYFOCUS.COM, email@example.com
--[ Security Advisory
--[ Multiple XSS vulnerabilities in Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server
--[ Author: Ory Segal , Sanctum inc. http://www.SanctumInc.com
--[ Release Date: April 5th. 2004
--[ Product: Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server 2001
--[ Severity: High
--[ CVE: CAN-2004-0379
From Microsoft's web site: "Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server
provides an easy way to create Web portals with integrated document
management services and search capabilities. You can establish a
central point of access to all your existing key business information
and applications, as well as share information across file servers,
databases, public folders, Internet sites, and SharePoint
Team Services-based Web sites."
Sanctum inc. has discovered several Cross Site Scripting
vulnerabilities in three scripts, which are a part of Microsoft
SharePoint Portal server 2001.
These vulnerabilities may lead to theft of cookies associated with the
domain, or execution of client-side scripts in the user's browser.
Microsoft has addressed these XSS issues in Service Pack 3 of
Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server, which can be downloaded at: