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             AUSCERT External Security Bulletin Redistribution

          Multiple vulnerabilities have been identified in Gitlab
                             2 September 2019


        AusCERT Security Bulletin Summary

Product:           Gitlab
Publisher:         FreeBSD
Operating System:  UNIX variants (UNIX, Linux, OSX)
Impact/Access:     Increased Privileges     -- Unknown/Unspecified   
                   Cross-site Scripting     -- Existing Account      
                   Denial of Service        -- Unknown/Unspecified   
                   Unauthorised Access      -- Remote/Unauthenticated
                   Access Confidential Data -- Unknown/Unspecified   
                   Reduced Security         -- Unknown/Unspecified   
Resolution:        Patch/Upgrade
CVE Names:         CVE-2019-15741 CVE-2019-15740 CVE-2019-15739
                   CVE-2019-15738 CVE-2019-15737 CVE-2019-15736
                   CVE-2019-15734 CVE-2019-15733 CVE-2019-15732
                   CVE-2019-15731 CVE-2019-15730 CVE-2019-15729
                   CVE-2019-15728 CVE-2019-15727 CVE-2019-15726
                   CVE-2019-15725 CVE-2019-15724 CVE-2019-15723
                   CVE-2019-15722 CVE-2019-15721 

Original Bulletin: 

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Gitlab -- Multiple Vulnerabilities

Affected packages
12.2.0	<=	gitlab-ce	<	12.2.3
12.1.0	<=	gitlab-ce	<	12.1.8
0.0.0	<=	gitlab-ce	<	12.0.8


VuXML ID	b68cc195-cae7-11e9-86e9-001b217b3468
Discovery	2019-08-29
Entry	2019-08-30
Gitlab reports:

Kubernetes Integration Server-Side Request Forgery

Server-Side Request Forgery in Jira Integration

Improved Protection Against Credential Stuffing Attacks

Markdown Clientside Resource Exhaustion

Pipeline Status Disclosure

Group Runner Authorization Issue

CI Metrics Disclosure

User IP Disclosed by Embedded Image and Media

Label Description HTML Injection

IDOR in Epic Notes API

Push Rule Bypass

Project Visibility Restriction Bypass

Merge Request Discussion Restriction Bypass

Disclosure of Merge Request IDs

Weak Authentication In Certain Account Actions

Disclosure of Commit Title and Comments

Stored XSS via Markdown

EXIF Geolocation Data Exposure

Multiple SSRF Regressions on Gitaly

Default Branch Name Exposure

Potential Denial of Service via CI Pipelines

Privilege Escalation via Logrotate

CVE Name	CVE-2019-15721
CVE Name	CVE-2019-15722
CVE Name	CVE-2019-15723
CVE Name	CVE-2019-15724
CVE Name	CVE-2019-15725
CVE Name	CVE-2019-15726
CVE Name	CVE-2019-15727
CVE Name	CVE-2019-15728
CVE Name	CVE-2019-15729
CVE Name	CVE-2019-15730
CVE Name	CVE-2019-15731
CVE Name	CVE-2019-15732
CVE Name	CVE-2019-15733
CVE Name	CVE-2019-15734
CVE Name	CVE-2019-15736
CVE Name	CVE-2019-15737
CVE Name	CVE-2019-15738
CVE Name	CVE-2019-15739
CVE Name	CVE-2019-15740
CVE Name	CVE-2019-15741

URL	https://about.gitlab.com/2019/08/29/security-release-gitlab-12-dot-2-dot-3-released/

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