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        CA20200414-01: Security Notice for CA API Developer Portal
                               17 April 2020


        AusCERT Security Bulletin Summary

Product:           CA API Developer Portal
Publisher:         CA Technologies
Operating System:  Windows
                   UNIX variants (UNIX, Linux, OSX)
Impact/Access:     Administrator Compromise       -- Existing Account      
                   Access Privileged Data         -- Existing Account      
                   Provide Misleading Information -- Remote/Unauthenticated
                   Access Confidential Data       -- Remote/Unauthenticated
                   Reduced Security               -- Remote/Unauthenticated
Resolution:        Patch/Upgrade
CVE Names:         CVE-2020-11666 CVE-2020-11665 CVE-2020-11664
                   CVE-2020-11663 CVE-2020-11662 CVE-2020-11661
                   CVE-2020-11660 CVE-2020-11659 CVE-2020-11658

Original Bulletin: 

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CA20200414-01: Security Notice for CA API Developer Portal

Issued: April 14th, 2020

Last Updated: April 14th, 2020

CA Technologies, A Broadcom Company, is alerting customers to multiple
vulnerabilities in CA API Developer Portal. Multiple vulnerabilities exist that
can allow attackers to bypass access controls, view or modify sensitive
information, perform open redirect attacks, or elevate privileges. CA published
solutions to address these vulnerabilities and recommends that all affected
customers implement these solutions.

The first vulnerability, CVE-2020-11658, occurs due insecure handling of shared
secret keys. An attacker can bypass authorization.

The second vulnerability, CVE-2020-11659, occurs due to an access control flaw.
A privileged user can perform a restricted user administration action.

The third vulnerability, CVE-2020-11660, occurs due to an access control flaw.
A privileged user can view restricted sensitive information.

The fourth vulnerability, CVE-2020-11661, occurs due to an access control flaw.
A privileged user can view and edit user data.

The fifth vulnerability, CVE-2020-11662, occurs due to insecure request
handling. A remote attacker can exploit Cross-Origin Resource Sharing to access
sensitive information.

The sixth vulnerability, CVE-2020-11663, occurs due to insecure redirect
handling of 404 requests. An attacker can perform open redirect attacks.

The seventh vulnerability, CVE-2020-11664, occurs due to insecure redirect
handling in the homeRedirect page. An attacker can perform open redirect

The eighth vulnerability, CVE-2020-11665, occurs due to insecure redirect
handling in the loginRedirect page. An attacker can perform open redirect

The ninth vulnerability, CVE-2020-11666, occurs due to an access control flaw.
A malicious user can elevate privileges.

Risk Rating

CVE-2020-11658 - Medium

CVE-2020-11659 - Low

CVE-2020-11660 - Low

CVE-2020-11661 - Low

CVE-2020-11662 - Medium

CVE-2020-11663 - Low

CVE-2020-11664 - Low

CVE-2020-11665 - Low

CVE-2020-11666 - High


All supported platforms

Affected Products

CA API Developer Portal 4.3.1

CA API Developer Portal 4.2.x and earlier

How to determine if the installation is affected

Check the version number on the login page of API Developer Portal.


CA Technologies published the following solutions to address the

Upgrade to CA API Developer Portal 4.3.2, 4.4, or 4.5 (or later when



CVE-2020-11658 - API Dev Portal reset shared secret auth bypass

CVE-2020-11659 - API Dev Portal auth schema bypass del user

CVE-2020-11660 - API Dev Portal auth schema bypass info disclosure

CVE-2020-11661 - API Dev Portal auth schema bypass edit user

CVE-2020-11662 - API Dev Portal CORS info disclosure

CVE-2020-11663 - API Dev Portal 404 open redirect

CVE-2020-11664 - API Dev Portal homeRedirect open redirect

CVE-2020-11665 - API Dev Portal loginRedirect open redirect

CVE-2020-11666 - API Dev Portal privilege elevation


CVE-2020-11658 - Matteo Civera

CVE-2020-11659 - Roman Paci

CVE-2020-11660 - Matteo Civera

CVE-2020-11661 - Roman Paci

CVE-2020-11662 - Roman Paci

CVE-2020-11663 - Roman Paci

CVE-2020-11664 - Roman Paci

CVE-2020-11665 - Roman Paci

CVE-2020-11666 - Roman Paci

Change History

Version 1.0: 2020-04-14 - Initial Release

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Customers who require additional information about this notice may contact CA
Technologies Support at https://support.broadcom.com/ .

To report a suspected vulnerability in a CA Technologies product, please send a
summary to the CA Technologies Product Vulnerability Response Team .

Copyright (C) 2020 Broadcom. All Rights Reserved. The term "Broadcom" refers to
Broadcom Inc. and/or its subsidiaries. Broadcom, the pulse logo, Connecting
everything, CA Technologies and the CA technologies logo are among the
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referenced herein belong to their respective companies.

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