Glype proxy privacy settings can be disabled via CSRF

From: Securify B.V. <lists@securify.nl>
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Subject: Glype proxy privacy settings can be disabled via CSRF
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Glype proxy privacy settings can be disabled via CSRF
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Securify, September 2014

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Abstract
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A path traversal vulnerability has been identified in the Glype
web-based proxy that allows an attacker to run arbitrary PHP code on the
server or to remove critical files from the filesystem. This only
affects servers that are configured to:

- store Glype cookies locally; AND
- disable PHP display_errors; AND
- allow the webserver process to write to the filesystem (document
root).

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Affected versions
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This issue has been identified in Glype 1.4.9. Older version are most
likely affected as well.

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Fix
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Glype was informed and a fixed version (1.4.10) is now available at
www.glype.com

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Details
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http://www.securify.nl/advisory/SFY20140902/glype_proxy_privacy_settings_can_be_disabled_via_csrf.html





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