Frame Injection on Sun Java System Identity Manager 6.0/7.x "helpUrl" parameter
11 June 2007
18 June 2007
Jan Fry and Adrian Pastor of ProCheckUp Ltd (www.procheckup.com) ProCheckUp thanks Sun for working with us.
Sun Java System Identity Manager is vulnerable to frame injection within the "helpUrl" parameter processed by the "/idm/help/index.jsp" server-side script.
Attackers may inject frames that embed third-party sites, which can help launching phishing attacks by injecting a frame that points to a "spoof" login page.
Additionally, this frame injection issue can result in non-persistent defacement of the target site.
Sun Java System Identity Manager 6.0 (20061212 SP 2)
Microsoft Internet Explorer 7.0.5730.11
Sun has confirmed the following products to be affected by this issue:
Sun Java System Identity Manager 6.0, Sun Java System Identity Manager 7.0, Sun Java System Identity Manager 7.1
Proof of concept:
The provided PoC URLs embed a third-party site (www.procheckup.com in this case):
How to fix:
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