"You don't need to be a storage expert to manage NetApp storage systems.
Configuration and ongoing storage management are easy using the Web-based
OnCommand® System Manager. System Manager is the simple yet powerful
management solution for NetApp storage it'seasy for small to midsize
businesses to use and efficient for large enterprises and service providers."
NetApp OnCommand System Manager suffers from multiple permanent and reflective
cross-site scripting vulnerabilities, a local file inclusion vulnerability as
well as an OS command execution vulnerability.
Malicious, authenticated users can exploit these flaws to change the contents
of the displayed site, redirect the user to other sites, steal user
credentials, execute system commands and read sensitive information.
The vendor will not fix the file inclusion and OS command execution issues,
as it is considered a design feature.
Furthermore, when creating new groups or editing already existing ones (Configuration >
inserted into the parameter <comment>.
When creating new shares or editing already existing ones (Storage > Shares >
3) Local File Inclusion (internal bug number 654357) - CVE-2013-3321 *
When retrieving log files through SnapMirror (Diagnostics > SnapMirror Log),
the path can be changed to read arbitrary files from the file system.
4) OS Command Execution (internal bug number 654360) - CVE-2013-3322 *
When using the Halt/Reboot interface (Configuration > System Tools > Halt/Reboot),
arbitrary OS commands can be injected.
* To exploit these issues, the attacker must be authenticated as root. The
vendor will not fix these issues, as it is considered a design feature. Hence
no proof of concept will be included within this advisory.
Vendor contact timeline:
2012-11-06: Contacting vendor through security-input () netapp com
2012-11-06: Initial vendor response
2012-11-07: Forwarding security advisory to vendor
2012-11-07: Vendor acknowledges that the advisory was received
2012-11-14: Asking vendor for a status update
2012-11-14: Vendor asks for more time to address the issues
2012-11-27: Asking vendor for a conference call to discuss further details
2012-11-28: Conference call scheduled for 12th of December
2012-12-12: Conference call
2012-12-17: Requested feedback from the vendor
2013-02-07: Requested again for feedback/status update on reported
2013-03-01: Requested again for feedback/status update on reported
vulnerabilities (Received automatic reply (OOTO))
2013-03-11: Contacted vendor once again, containing publication date of
security advisory (2013-04-11) since no response was received since
2013-04-08: Meeting with vendor
2013-04-24: Contacting vendor again with updated advisory
2013-04-25: Vendor replies
2013-05-01: Vendor notified us that version 2.2 was released on 24th April
2013-05-07: Coordinated public release of security advisory
Update to NetApp OnCommand System Manager 2.2 which fixes the stored and
reflective cross-site scripting vulnerabilities.
Be aware, that OS command execution and file inclusion vulnerabilities are not
fixed and may be exploited by authenticated attackers.