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Use of cryptographically weak PRNG in the password recovery token generation of Revive Adserver < v4.2.1 causes a potential authentication bypass attack if an attacker exploits the password recovery functionality. In lib/OA/Dal/PasswordRecovery.php, the function generateRecoveryId() generates a password reset token that relies on the PHP uniqid function and consequently depends only on the current server time, which is often visible in an HTTP Date header.
A user having access to the UI of a Revive Adserver instance could be tricked into clicking on a specifically crafted admin account-switch.php URL that would eventually lead them to another (unsafe) domain, potentially used for stealing credentials or other phishing attacks. This vulnerability was addressed in version 4.2.0.
Revive Adserver before 3.2.5 and 4.0.0 suffers from Reflected XSS. The Revive Adserver web installer scripts were vulnerable to a reflected XSS attack via the dbHost, dbUser, and possibly other parameters. It has to be noted that the window for such attack vectors to be possible is extremely narrow and it is very unlikely that such an attack could be actually effective.
Revive Adserver before 3.2.5 and 4.0.0 suffers from Special Element Injection. Usernames weren't properly sanitised when creating users on a Revive Adserver instance. Especially, control characters were not filtered, allowing apparently identical usernames to co-exist in the system, due to the fact that such characters are normally ignored when an HTML page is displayed in a browser. The issue could have therefore been exploited for user spoofing, although elevated privileges are required to create users within Revive Adserver.
Revive Adserver before 3.2.5 and 4.0.0 suffers from Reflected File Download. `www/delivery/asyncspc.php` was vulnerable to the fairly new Reflected File Download (RFD) web attack vector that enables attackers to gain complete control over a victim's machine by virtually downloading a file from a trusted domain.
Revive Adserver before 3.2.3 suffers from Reflected XSS. `www/admin/stats.php` is vulnerable to reflected XSS attacks via multiple parameters that are not properly sanitised or escaped when displayed, such as setPerPage, pageId, bannerid, period_start, period_end, and possibly others.
Revive Adserver before 3.2.3 suffers from Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF). The Revive Adserver team conducted a security audit of the admin interface scripts in order to identify and fix other potential CSRF vulnerabilities. Over 20+ such issues were fixed.
Revive Adserver before 3.2.3 suffers from Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF). A number of scripts in Revive Adserver's user interface are vulnerable to CSRF attacks: `www/admin/banner-acl.php`, `www/admin/banner-activate.php`, `www/admin/banner-advanced.php`, `www/admin/banner-modify.php`, `www/admin/banner-swf.php`, `www/admin/banner-zone.php`, `www/admin/tracker-modify.php`.
Revive Adserver before 3.2.3 suffers from Persistent XSS. A vector for persistent XSS attacks via the Revive Adserver user interface exists, requiring a trusted (non-admin) account. The banner image URL for external banners wasn't properly escaped when displayed in most of the banner related pages.
Revive Adserver before 3.2.3 suffers from Persistent XSS. A vector for persistent XSS attacks via the Revive Adserver user interface exists, requiring a trusted (non-admin) account. The website name wasn't properly escaped when displayed in the campaign-zone.php script.
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