08 July 2014
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-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 =========================================================================== AUSCERT External Security Bulletin Redistribution ESB-2014.1096 ESA-2014-057: EMC Documentum Foundation Services (DFS) XML External Entity (XXE) Vulnerability 8 July 2014 =========================================================================== AusCERT Security Bulletin Summary --------------------------------- Product: EMC Documentum Foundation Services (DFS) Publisher: EMC Operating System: Windows UNIX variants (UNIX, Linux, OSX) Impact/Access: Access Confidential Data -- Existing Account Resolution: Patch/Upgrade CVE Names: CVE-2014-2510 - --------------------------BEGIN INCLUDED TEXT-------------------- ESA-2014-057: EMC Documentum Foundation Services (DFS) XML External Entity (XXE) Vulnerability EMC Identifier: ESA-2014-057 CVE Identifier: CVE-2014-2510 Severity Rating: CVSS v2 Base Score: 8 (AV:N/AC:L/Au:S/C:C/I:P/A:P) Affected products: EMC DFS 6.6 all service packs and patch versions prior to P39 EMC DFS 6.7 SP1 all patch versions prior to P28 EMC DFS 6.7 SP2 all patch versions prior to P15 EMC My Documentum for Desktop 6.7.2 EMC My Documentum for Microsoft Outlook 6.7SP1, 6.7SP2, 6.7.3 & 6.7.1 EMC CenterStage 1.2SP1 and 1.2SP2 Summary: EMC DFS may be vulnerable to XML External Entity (XXE) vulnerability which can be potentially leveraged by a malicious authenticated user to compromise the affected system. Details: EMC DFS may be vulnerable to XXE vulnerability due to the way the JAXB XML parser handles the incoming XML from an authenticated user. This can be potentially leveraged by a malicious authenticated user to inject malicious data in the XML and retrieve information from sensitive files on the system. This may also be potentially leveraged to affect the Integrity and Availability of the system. Resolution: The following products contain the resolution to this issue: EMC DFS 6.6 P39 and later EMC DFS 6.7 SP1 P28 and later EMC DFS 6.7 SP2 P15 and later EMC My Documentum for Desktop 6.7.2P15 and later EMC My Documentum for Microsoft Outlook 6.7SP1P28, 6.7SP2P15, 6.7.1P29, 6.7.3 (Hotfix) EMC CenterStage 1.2SP2P06 , 1.2SP1 (HotFix) EMC recommends all customers upgrade to the fixed versions listed above at the earliest opportunity. Link to remedies: Customers can download using the links below for respective products: EMC DFS 6.6: https://emc.subscribenet.com/control/dctm/download?element=2808763 EMC DFS 6.7 SP2: https://emc.subscribenet.com/control/dctm/download?element=4544131 EMC DFS 6.7 SP1 https://emc.subscribenet.com/control/dctm/download?element=3812321 My Documentum for Microsoft Desktop 6.7.2: https://emc.subscribenet.com/control/dctm/download?element=4300661 My Documentum for Microsoft Outlook 6.7SP1: https://emc.subscribenet.com/control/dctm/download?element=3832891 My Documentum for Microsoft Outlook 6.7SP2: https://emc.subscribenet.com/control/dctm/download?element=4544671 My Documentum for Microsoft Outlook 6.7.1: https://emc.subscribenet.com/control/dctm/download?element=4194721 My Documentum for Microsoft Outlook 6.7.3: (hot fix) For the My Documentum for Microsoft Outlook 6.7.3 hot fix contact EMC Support CenterStage 1.2SP1 (hot fix) https://emc.subscribenet.com/control/dctm/download?element=3686131 CenterStage 1.2SP2 : https://emc.subscribenet.com/control/dctm/download?cert_num=90816713&element=4880201 Credits: EMC would like to thank Lukasz Plonka for reporting this issue. 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