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[R1] CiscoWorks Prime LAN Management Solution (LMS) Autologin.jsp URL Parameter HTTP Header Response Splitting

Medium

Synopsis

CiscoWorks Common Services contains a flaw related to the Autologin.jsp script. The issue is triggered when input passed via the 'URL' parameter is not properly verified. This may allow an attacker to include HTTP headers in a response to the user.

Note that CiscoWorks Common Services is used within other Cisco products.

Solution

Cisco has provided an upgrade for Unified Operations Manager (CUOM) and CiscoWorks Prime LAN Management Solution. For other affected products, please contact Cisco.

Disclosure Timeline

2011-10-12 - Report sent to [email protected]
2011-10-12 - Cisco confirms receipt
2011-11-23 - Cisco verifies vulnerability, assigns CSCtu18693, indicates many products affected
2011-12-19 - Cisco confirms LMS, CUOM, CUSM, CSM, QPM and CWVM affected
2012-05-03 - Issue disclosed via Cisco changelog

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