OpenSearch prior 2.5.0 keyword information disclosure

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A vulnerability, which was classified as problematic, was found in OpenSearch. Affected is some unknown functionality. The manipulation of the argument keyword with an unknown input leads to a information disclosure vulnerability. CWE is classifying the issue as CWE-200. The product exposes sensitive information to an actor that is not explicitly authorized to have access to that information. This is going to have an impact on confidentiality. CVE summarizes:

OpenSearch is an open source distributed and RESTful search engine. In affected versions there is an issue in the implementation of field-level security (FLS) and field masking where rules written to explicitly exclude fields are not correctly applied for certain queries that rely on their auto-generated .keyword fields. This issue is only present for authenticated users with read access to the indexes containing the restricted fields. This may expose data which may otherwise not be accessible to the user. OpenSearch 1.0.0-1.3.7 and 2.0.0-2.4.1 are affected. Users are advised to upgrade to OpenSearch 1.3.8 or 2.5.0. Users unable to upgrade may write explicit exclusion rules as a workaround. Policies authored in this way are not subject to this issue.

The weakness was published 01/24/2023 as GHSA-v3cg-7r9h-r2g6. The advisory is available at github.com. This vulnerability is traded as CVE-2023-23613 since 01/16/2023. Successful exploitation requires user interaction by the victim. Technical details are known, but there is no available exploit. This vulnerability is assigned to T1592 by the MITRE ATT&CK project.

Upgrading to version 2.5.0 eliminates this vulnerability. The upgrade is hosted for download at github.com.

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VulDB Meta Base Score: 3.5
VulDB Meta Temp Score: 3.4

VulDB Base Score: 3.5
VulDB Temp Score: 3.4
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Class: Information disclosure
CWE: CWE-200 / CWE-284 / CWE-266
ATT&CK: T1592

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Remote: Yes

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Status: Not defined

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Recommended: Upgrade
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Upgrade: OpenSearch 2.5.0

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01/16/2023 CVE reserved
01/24/2023 +8 days Advisory disclosed
01/24/2023 +0 days VulDB entry created
01/24/2023 +0 days VulDB last update

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Advisory: GHSA-v3cg-7r9h-r2g6
Status: Confirmed

CVE: CVE-2023-23613 (🔒)

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Created: 01/24/2023 11:00 PM
Changes: 01/24/2023 11:00 PM (40)
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