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Advisory ID : SYMSA-2006-005 Advisory Title: Lanap CAPTCHA bypass exposure Author : Michael White, email@example.com and Graham Murphy, firstname.lastname@example.org Release Date : 23-06-2006 Application : BotDetect Lanap CAPTCHA component Platform : ASP.NET Severity : Low/Limited exposure Vendor status : Vendor verified, patch available CVE Number : CVE-2006-2918 Reference : http://www.securityfocus.com/bid/18315
The CAPTCHA component for ASP.NET provided by Lanap may be completely bypassed, thus undermining the security benefit of the CAPTCHA technology.
During a consulting engagement, Symantec identified that the Lanap CAPTCHA component stores the UUID and hash for a given CAPTCHA within the page ViewState. By replaying the ViewState for a known number, a remote attacker may avoid the CAPTCHA entirely. This behaviour is dependent on the way in which the Lanap component is integrated, however numerous examples including Lanap's demo code are identified as exhibiting this behaviour.
The above vulnerability has been fixed in the latest release of the product, BotDetect ASP.NET CAPTCHA 220.127.116.11. Licensed and evaluation versions of Lanap BotDetect ASP.NET CAPTCHA are available for customer download from the Lanap website at http://www.lanapsoft.com If there are any further questions about this statement, please contact Lanap support.
Upgrade to the latest release of the product, BotDetect ASP.NET CAPTCHA 18.104.22.168.
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