Tailscale up to 1.32.2 on Windows tailscaled cross-site request forgery
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A vulnerability has been found in Tailscale up to 1.32.2 on Windows and classified as problematic. Affected by this vulnerability is an unknown code block of the component tailscaled. The manipulation with an unknown input leads to a cross-site request forgery vulnerability. The CWE definition for the vulnerability is CWE-352. The web application does not, or can not, sufficiently verify whether a well-formed, valid, consistent request was intentionally provided by the user who submitted the request. As an impact it is known to affect integrity. The summary by CVE is:
A vulnerability identified in the Tailscale Windows client allows a malicious website to reconfigure the Tailscale daemon `tailscaled`, which can then be used to remotely execute code. In the Tailscale Windows client, the local API was bound to a local TCP socket, and communicated with the Windows client GUI in cleartext with no Host header verification. This allowed an attacker-controlled website visited by the node to rebind DNS to an attacker-controlled DNS server, and then make local API requests in the client, including changing the coordination server to an attacker-controlled coordination server. An attacker-controlled coordination server can send malicious URL responses to the client, including pushing executables or installing an SMB share. These allow the attacker to remotely execute code on the node. All Windows clients prior to version v.1.32.3 are affected. If you are running Tailscale on Windows, upgrade to v1.32.3 or later to remediate the issue.
The weakness was presented 11/24/2022 as GHSA-vqp6-rc3h-83cp. It is possible to read the advisory at github.com. This vulnerability is known as CVE-2022-41924 since 09/30/2022. It demands that the victim is doing some kind of user interaction. The technical details are unknown and an exploit is not publicly available.
Upgrading to version 1.32.3 eliminates this vulnerability.
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ExploitingClass: Cross-site request forgery
CWE: CWE-352 / CWE-862 / CWE-863
Status: Not defined
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Upgrade: Tailscale 1.32.3
Timeline09/30/2022 CVE reserved
11/24/2022 +55 days Advisory disclosed
11/24/2022 +0 days VulDB entry created
11/24/2022 +0 days VulDB last update
CVE: CVE-2022-41924 (🔒)
EntryCreated: 11/24/2022 08:42 AM
Changes: 11/24/2022 08:42 AM (51)
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