Vulnerability Affecting Magento Web E-Commerce Platform Actively Exploited
Date: 24 April 2015
The purpose of this alert is to bring attention to remote code-execution vulnerability in the community and enterprise editions of Magento content management system for e-commerce sites that could lead to financial fraud.
CCIRC is aware of open source reporting of an active exploitation of the vulnerability. Attackers can bypass security mechanisms and gain control of the e-commerce site and its database, possibly allowing for credit card theft or access to administrative privileges. The vulnerability can also be exploited to change the price a web merchant charges for specific items. Exploitation involves combining several CVEs (CVE-2015-1397, CVE-2015-1398, CVE-2015-1399).
Confirmed vulnerable: 184.108.40.206 CE and 220.127.116.11 EE (latest releases as of this writing)
Magento has released security patch (SUPEE-5344) to address this issue.
CCIRC recommends prioritization of this patch due to the exposure of these systems to the Internet.
Vendor Patch: https://www.magentocommerce.com/products/downloads/magento/
POC Code: http://blog.checkpoint.com/2015/04/20/analyzing-magento-vulnerability/
Exploit Code : https://blog.sucuri.net/2015/04/magento-shoplift-supee-5344-exploits-in-the-wild.html
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