Kentor.AuthServices 0.21.2 has just been released to NuGet. It is a security release fixing three issues.
- XML External Entity Injection (affecting .NET 4.5 only)
- Malicious IdP can cause write to arbitrary file
- Flawed ReturnUrl validation leads to Open Redirect
The first two issues were reported by John Heasman, Morgan Roman and Joshua Estalilla from DocuSign. While I have dreaded the day when I would get a security issue I am extremely happy with the professionalism of the disclosure.
More details on the vulernabilities will be published later.
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I’m Anders Abel, an independent systems architect and developer in Stockholm, Sweden.
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