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FreeBSD: VID-3C5A4FE0-9EBB-11E9-9169-FCAA147E860E (CVE-2019-12469): mediawiki -- multiple vulnerabilities

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FreeBSD: VID-3C5A4FE0-9EBB-11E9-9169-FCAA147E860E (CVE-2019-12469): mediawiki -- multiple vulnerabilities



Details for this vulnerability have not been published by NIST at this point. Descriptions from software vendor advisories for this issue are provided below.

From VID-3C5A4FE0-9EBB-11E9-9169-FCAA147E860E:

Mediawiki reports:

Security fixes:

T197279, CVE-2019-12468: Directly POSTing to Special:ChangeEmail would allow

for bypassing reauthentication, allowing for potential account takeover.

T204729, CVE-2019-12473: Passing invalid titles to the API could cause a DoS

by querying the entire `watchlist` table.

T207603, CVE-2019-12471: Loading user JavaScript from a non-existent account

allows anyone to create the account, and XSS the users' loading that script.

T208881: blacklist CSS var().

T199540, CVE-2019-12472: It is possible to bypass the limits on IP range

blocks (`$wgBlockCIDRLimit`) by using the API.

T212118, CVE-2019-12474: Privileged API responses that include whether a

recent change has been patrolled may be cached publicly.

T209794, CVE-2019-12467: A spammer can use Special:ChangeEmail to send out

spam with no rate limiting or ability to block them.

T25227, CVE-2019-12466: An account can be logged out without using a token(CRRF)

T222036, CVE-2019-12469: Exposed suppressed username or log in Special:EditTags.

T222038, CVE-2019-12470: Exposed suppressed log in RevisionDelete page.

T221739, CVE-2019-11358: Fix potential XSS in jQuery.


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  • freebsd-upgrade-package-mediawiki132

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