PT-2011-35: Multiple CSRF vulnerabilities in Citrix XenServer Virtual Switch Controller
(PT-2011-35) Positive Technologies Security Advisory
Multiple CSRF vulnerabilities in Citrix XenServer Virtual Switch Controller
Citrix XenServer Virtual Switch Controller
Version: 6.0.1 and earlier
Severity level: High
Impact: Configuration modification
Access Vector: Network exploitable
Base Score: 7.1
CVE: not assigned
Positive Research Center has discovered a multiple CSRF vulnerabilities in Citrix XenServer Virtual Switch Controller.
All web interface forms are vulnerable to CSRF attacks. One can exploit these vulnerabilities to change the system configuration.
How to fix
Update your software up to the latest version
10.11.2011 - Vendor is notified
10.11.2011 - Vendor gets vulnerability details
13.03.2012 - Vendor releases fixed version and details
27.03.2012 - Public disclosure
The vulnerability was discovered by Maxim Tsoy, Positive Research Center (Positive Technologies Company)
Reports on the vulnerabilities previously discovered by Positive Research:
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