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** DISPUTED ** OpenStack Keystone through 14.0.1 has a user enumeration vulnerability because invalid usernames have much faster responses than valid ones for a POST /v3/auth/tokens request. NOTE: the vendor's position is that this is a hardening opportunity, and not necessarily an issue that should have an OpenStack Security Advisory.
In the Federation component of OpenStack Keystone before 11.0.4, 12.0.0, and 13.0.0, an authenticated "GET /v3/OS-FEDERATION/projects" request may bypass intended access restrictions on listing projects. An authenticated user may discover projects they have no authority to access, leaking all projects in the deployment and their attributes. Only Keystone with the /v3/OS-FEDERATION endpoint enabled via policy.json is affected.
The identity service in OpenStack Identity (Keystone) before 2015.1.3 (Kilo) and 8.0.x before 8.0.2 (Liberty) and keystonemiddleware (formerly python-keystoneclient) before 1.5.4 (Kilo) and Liberty before 2.3.3 does not properly invalidate authorization tokens when using the PKI or PKIZ token providers, which allows remote authenticated users to bypass intended access restrictions and gain access to cloud resources by manipulating byte fields within a revoked token.
OpenStack Identity (Keystone) before 2014.1.5 and 2014.2.x before 2014.2.4 logs the backend_argument configuration option content, which allows remote authenticated users to obtain passwords and other sensitive backend information by reading the Keystone logs.
OpenStack Identity (Keystone) before 2014.1.1 does not properly handle when a role is assigned to a group that has the same ID as a user, which allows remote authenticated users to gain privileges that are assigned to a group with the same ID.
OpenStack Identity (Keystone) before 2013.2.4, 2014.x before 2014.1.2, and Juno before Juno-2 allows remote authenticated trustees to gain access to an unauthorized project for which the trustor has certain roles via the project ID in a V2 API trust token request.
The catalog url replacement in OpenStack Identity (Keystone) before 2013.2.3 and 2014.1 before 2014.1.2.1 allows remote authenticated users to read sensitive configuration options via a crafted endpoint, as demonstrated by "$(admin_token)" in the publicurl endpoint field.
OpenStack Identity (Keystone) 2014.1.x before 2014.1.2.1 and Juno before Juno-3 does not properly revoke tokens when a domain is invalidated, which allows remote authenticated users to retain access via a domain-scoped token for that domain.
The V3 API in OpenStack Identity (Keystone) 2014.1.x before 2014.1.2.1 and Juno before Juno-3 updates the issued_at value for UUID v2 tokens, which allows remote authenticated users to bypass the token expiration and retain access via a verification (1) GET or (2) HEAD request to v3/auth/tokens/.
The MySQL token driver in OpenStack Identity (Keystone) 2014.1.x before 2014.1.2.1 and Juno before Juno-3 stores timestamps with the incorrect precision, which causes the expiration comparison for tokens to fail and allows remote authenticated users to retain access via an expired token.
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