[Openvas-devel] [openvas-Bugs] Newlines in script_name() cause serious problems
jan-oliver.wagner at intevation.de
Thu Apr 9 21:29:33 CEST 2009
this affects the 1.0.6 release of openvas-plugins for one script.
I removed the script quickly from the feed.
Does this problem justify a new release of openvas-plugins?
Alternatively we could recommed to use a improved server
so this problem can not happen anymore.
On Thursday 09 April 2009 21:21:25 openvas-bugs at wald.intevation.org wrote:
> Bugs item #951, was opened at 2009-04-09 21:21
> Status: Open
> Priority: 4
> Submitted By: Jan-Oliver Wagner (jan)
> Assigned to: Nobody (None)
> Summary: Newlines in script_name() cause serious problems
> Resolution: None
> Severity: major
> Version: v2.0
> Component: None
> Operating System: All
> Product: OpenVAS
> Hardware: None
> Initial Comment:
> In case a script_name() has a string with a newline, eg:
> script_name(english:"Xplode 'module_wrapper.asp' SQL Injection and Cross
> Site Scripting Vulnerabilities ");
> then the client, when connecting will issue error like this:
> Could not parse 184.108.40.206.4.1.256220.127.116.11113 <|> Xplode
> 'module_wrapper.asp' SQL Injection and Cross Site Scripting Vulnerabilities
> Could not parse <|> infos <|> This script is Copyright (C)
> 2009 Mi; Risk factor : Medium <|> Determine if Xplode is prone to XSS and
> SQL-injection vulnerabilities <|> Web application abuses <|> 1.0 <|> NOCVE
> <|> 34419 <|> NOXREF <|> NOSIGNKEYS <|> NOTAG
> add_md5sum_to_plugin: Unknown plugin 18.104.22.168.4.1.25622.214.171.124113
> Probably it is best to practice input sanitizing in script_name, so that
> newlines are turned into spaces or so.
> I am not sure though where the actual problem turns into effect.
> Maybe OTP protocol and later on the client.
> But there also seem to occur some problems on the
> server side.
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