Vulnerability title: Unauthenticated Configuration File Retrieval In Aruba OS
|Reported by:||Russ Spooner|
The Team identified that an authenticated user of a GUEST wireless network could cause the captive portal to expose fragments of the Aruba controller’s configuration file which contains sensitive information such as RADIUS keys and passwords.
After authenticating to the captive portal, re-visit the address of the portal:
Log in using valid credentials. Sometimes the interface will appear to hang, if this occurs repeat the procedure.
On other occasions it will return fragments of the configuration file.
This issue discloses sensitive information regarding the Wireless controller and may result in the complete compromise of the wireless infrastructure if the attacker is able to access the Aruba Instant management interface.
Exploit code is not required.
|27/02/2014||Automated ticket assigned by vendor|
|18/03/2014||Attempted contact with vendor at alternate addresses|
|18/03/2014||Another automated ticket assigned by vendor|
|01/05/2014||Final attempt at contacting vendor|
|01/05/2014||Another automated ticket assigned by vendor|
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