CA20141215-01: Security Notice for CA LISA Release Automation
Issued: December 15, 2014
CA Technologies Support is alerting customers to multiple vulnerabilities in CA Release Automation (formerly CA LISA Release Automation, change effective 2014-09-19).
The first vulnerability, CVE-2014-8246, is a cross-site request forgery (CSRF) issue related to insufficient validation. A remote attacker can potentially execute privileged actions on a vulnerable website.
The second vulnerability, CVE-2014-8247, is a cross-site scripting (XSS) issue caused by insufficient input filtering. A remote attacker can execute specially crafted script.
The third vulnerability, CVE-2014-8248, is a SQL injection issue caused by insufficient input sanitization. An attacker with a non-privileged account could utilize a specially crafted query to access privileged information.
CA Release Automation 4.7.1 Build 413 and earlier
CA Release Automation 4.7.1 Build 448
How to determine if the installation is affected
To confirm that cumulative hot fix b448 is installed, navigate to the RA “About Automation Studio” page and check the displayed version. Patched systems will display version 22.214.171.1248 or later.
Alternatively, you can also see which fixes (you can see the fix folders) are applied by looking at the Fix_Maintenance directory.
Linux, Solaris example:
CA Technologies has issued the following fix to address the vulnerabilities.
CA Release Automation 4.7.1:
Apply Hot Fix 5 (cumulative hot fix b448) for CA Lisa Release Automation 4.7.1.
CVE-2014-8246 – Release Automation cross-site request forgery (CSRF)
CVE-2014-8247 – Release Automation cross-site scripting (XSS)
CVE-2014-8248 – Release Automation SQL injection
CVE-2014-8246 – Lukasz Plonka, Julian Horoszkiewicz
CVE-2014-8247 – Julian Horoszkiewicz
CVE-2014-8248 – Lukasz Plonka
v1.0: 2014-12-15, Initial Release
If additional information is required, please contact CA Technologies Support at https://support.ca.com/.
If you discover a vulnerability in CA Technologies products, please report your findings to the CA Technologies Product Vulnerability Response Team at email@example.com.
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