Users with create/edit user permissions can escalate to admin
|Assigned To:||Marek Hulán|
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Any non-admin user with permissions to create or edit other users is able to change the admin flag, or assign roles that they themselves don't have, enabling a privilege escalation.
By default, Foreman ships with a "Site manager" role which has the edit_users permission. Any user assigned this role, or another with equivalent permissions, would be able to enable the admin flag or other roles on a user account.
This security issue has been assigned the identifier CVE-2013-2113. It affects all Foreman versions prior to 1.2.0-RC2.
Thank you to Ramon de C Valle for identifying and notifying us of this vulnerability.
fixes #2630 - restrict assignment of roles to those a user has (CVE-2013-2113)
(cherry picked from commit bae665de387d63f93740670ec2542db90084d0eb)
#2 Updated by Dominic Cleal about 4 years ago
Patches have been committed to develop and 1.2-stable branches. Foreman 1.2.0-RC2 will contain a fix.
Foreman 1.1 stable users may apply the following patch: https://github.com/theforeman/foreman/commit/7eadf32c.patch