Microsoft Service Cross Site Scripting

2012-04-14T00:00:00
ID PACKETSTORM:111870
Type packetstorm
Reporter Benjamin Kunz Mejri
Modified 2012-04-14T00:00:00

Description

                                        
                                            `Title:  
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Microsoft Service - Persistent Web Vulnerabilities  
  
  
Date:  
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2012-04-14  
  
  
References:  
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http://www.vulnerability-lab.com/get_content.php?id=433  
http://www.vulnerability-lab.com/get_content.php?id=439  
  
MSRC ID: 12209nj  
  
  
VL-ID:  
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433  
  
  
Introduction:  
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Official Microsoft Partner Program and Application Service. A Microsoft Certified Partner is an independent company that   
provides Microsoft-related products or services. Microsoft Certified partners provide Microsoft services on behalf of   
Microsoft worldwide spanning many fields including OEM, Education, Software providers and Technical Support. Microsoft   
partners also have 24-hour access to Microsoft Support, which enables them to give better customer relations and support   
to a customer. Every Microsoft Certified Partner has been in business for at least 5 years, has passed several tests, and   
has proven skills in their particular field. Microsoft rewards these partners with discounts in tools that are applicable   
to their activities. For example, in the educational field this might take the form of licenses to Microsoft Windows and   
Microsoft Office. In return for participation in the program, partners gain support services and tools from Microsoft,   
often at a significant discount to their face value. However, over the lifetime of the contract some risk is transferred   
from Microsoft to the Microsoft Partner Network in return for the benefits of the association with Microsoft and the ability   
to sell the support services.  
  
(Copy of the Vendor Homepage: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microsoft_Certified_Partner)  
  
  
Abstract:  
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A Vulnerability Lab Researcher discovered a persistent web vulnerability on Microsofts official Partners Application Service.  
  
  
Report-Timeline:  
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2012-02-11: Vendor Notification  
2012-02-00: Vendor Response/Feedback  
2012-04-10: Vendor Fix/Patch by Check   
2012-04-14: Public or Non-Public Disclosure  
  
  
Status:  
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Published  
  
  
Exploitation-Technique:  
=======================  
Remote  
  
  
Severity:  
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Medium  
  
  
Details:  
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Multiple persistent input validation vulnerabilities are detected on Microsofts official Partner Network   
Application Service. The vulnerability allows an remote attacker or local low privileged user account to   
inject/implement malicious persistent script code (Application-Side). Successful exploitation with low   
required user inter action can result in session hijacking against admin, moderator & customer sessions or   
allows an attacker to manipulate requests via persistent script code inject. The vulnerability is located on   
the Company & Mobile Phone Number input fields of the microsoft partner network service application user profile.  
  
  
Vulnerable Module(s):  
[+] Company & Mobile Phone Number (Profile)  
[+] Company Name Profile Listing  
  
Picture(s):  
../1.png  
../2.png  
../3.png  
../4.png  
../5.png  
../6.png  
../7.png  
../8.png  
../9.png  
  
  
Attack Scheme:  
../1(server).png  
  
  
Proof of Concept:  
=================  
The vulnerability can be exploited by remote attackers with service user account. Exploitation requires low user,   
moderator or admin inter action. For demonstration or reproduce ...  
  
  
<div class="label">  
<span id="displayPhoneLabel">Eingegebene Nummer:</span>  
</div>  
<div class="entry">  
<span id="displayPhoneLabel">>"<[MALICIOUS PERSISTENT SCRIPT CODE INJECT]"></span>  
</div>  
</div>  
<input id='countryHidden' type='hidden' value='250' />  
<div class='row'>  
<div class='label'>  
<span id='countryRegionLabel'>Land/Region:</span>  
</div>  
<div class='entry'>  
  
  
... or  
  
  
<tr xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">  
  
<td><img alt="" src="/PartnerProgram/WebResource.axd?d=-Tv3sV_xp32BwONeW9hUQo0fFWY-RDp2Doe-qePp16cPAoXfoy546q9RX-1OFMrOxzhCO3oAeAxwhGn1p4eUC6CYSYmmUfyVtrYNLpkxj_3KbQmv0&t=634607579700584141"/>​​​​​</td><td style="white-space: nowrap;"   
onmouseout="TreeView_UnhoverNode(this)" onmouseover="TreeView_HoverNode(ctl00_ctl00_ContentMain_ContentMain_location  
Hierarchy_locationHierarchyTreeView_TreeView_Data, this)" class="ctl00_ctl00_ContentMain_ContentMain_locationHierarchy_  
locationHierarchyTreeView_TreeView_6 ctl00_ctl00_ContentMain_ContentMain_locationHierarchy_locationHierarchyTreeView_TreeView_2 ctl00_ctl00_ContentMain_ContentMain_locationHierarchy_locationHierarchyTreeView_TreeView_4"><a id="ctl00_ctl00_ContentMain_ContentMain_locationHierarchy_locationHierarchyTreeView_TreeViewt0" onclick="TreeView_SelectNode(ctl00_ctl00_ContentMain_ContentMain_locationHierarchy_locationHierarchyTreeView_TreeView_Data, this,'ctl00_ctl00_ContentMain_ContentMain_locationHierarchy_locationHierarchyTreeView_TreeViewt0');TreeView_FindStyleManager  
ByTreeNode(this.id).ChangeStyle(this.id);HierarchyControl_Find('ctl00_ctl00_ContentMain_ContentMain_locationHierarchy_  
locationHierarchyTreeView').Select(this.id); SetSelectedValue('ctl00_ctl00_ContentMain_ContentMain_locationHierarchy_  
selectedValue', this.id); EnableSelectButton('ctl00_ctl00_ContentMain_ContentMain_locationHierarchy_selectButton');"   
href="javascript:void(0)" class="ctl00_ctl00_ContentMain_ContentMain_locationHierarchy_locationHierarchyTreeView_TreeView_5 ctl00_ctl00_ContentMain_ContentMain_locationHierarchy_locationHierarchyTreeView_TreeView_0 ctl00_ctl00_ContentMain_ContentMain_locationHierarchy_locationHierarchyTreeView_TreeView_1 ctl00_ctl00_ContentMain_ContentMain_locationHierarchy_locationHierarchyTreeView_TreeView_3">[MALICIOUS PERSISTENT SCRIPT CODE INJECT] (HQ)   
(Kassel)</a>​​​​​</td>  
</tr>  
  
  
Reference(s):  
../customer-reference-label-box.txt  
../153232.txt  
../DefineOrganization.aspx.htm  
  
  
Link Reference(s):  
[+] https://partners.microsoft.com/partnerprogram/DefineOrganization.aspx  
[+] https://partners.microsoft.com/PartnerProgram/CreateReference.aspx  
  
  
Solution:  
=========  
2012-04-10: Vendor Fix/Patch by Check   
  
  
Risk:  
=====  
The security risk of the persistent script code injection vulnerability is estimated as medium(+).  
  
  
Credits:  
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Vulnerability Research Laboratory - Benjamin Kunz Mejri (Rem0ve)  
  
  
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