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Last Modified on: 09/26/2022 06:07:00 PM UTC
Parse Server is an open source backend that can be deployed to any infrastructure that can run Node.js. In versions prior to 4.10.16, or from 5.0.0 to 5.2.6, validation of the authentication adapter app ID for _Facebook_ and _Spotify_ may be circumvented. Configurations which allow users to authenticate using the Parse Server authentication adapter where `appIds` is set as a string instead of an array of strings authenticate requests from an app with a different app ID than the one specified in the `appIds` configuration. For this vulnerability to be exploited, an attacker needs to be assigned an app ID by the authentication provider which is a sub-set of the server-side configured app ID. This issue is patched in versions 4.10.16 and 5.2.7. There are no known workarounds.
- CVE-2022-39231 has been assigned by [email protected] to track the vulnerability - currently rated as LOW severity.
- Affected Vendor/Software: parse-community - parse-server version < 4.10.16
- Affected Vendor/Software: parse-community - parse-server version >= 5.0.0, < 5.2.7
CVSS3 Score: 3.7 - LOW
|Auth adapter app ID validation may be circumvented · Advisory · parse-community/parse-server · GitHub|| github.com |
Known Affected Configurations (CPE V2.3)
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