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CVE-2023-23608 - advisory for GHSA-q764-g6fm-555vSource: Mitre Source: NIST CVE.ORG Print: PDF
Certain versions of Spotipy from Spotipy Project contain the following vulnerability:
Spotipy is a light weight Python library for the Spotify Web API. In versions prior to 2.22.1, if a malicious URI is passed to the library, the library can be tricked into performing an operation on a different API endpoint than intended. The code Spotipy uses to parse URIs and URLs allows an attacker to insert arbitrary characters into the path that is used for API requests. Because it is possible to include "..", an attacker can redirect for example a track lookup via spotifyApi.track() to an arbitrary API endpoint like playlists, but this is possible for other endpoints as well. The impact of this vulnerability depends heavily on what operations a client application performs when it handles a URI from a user and how it uses the responses it receives from the API. This issue is patched in version 2.22.1.
- CVE-2023-23608 has been assigned by [email protected] to track the vulnerability - currently rated as MEDIUM severity.
- Affected Vendor/Software: spotipy-dev - spotipy version = < 2.22.1
CVSS3 Score: 4.3 - MEDIUM
|Path traversal vulnerability that may lead to type confusion in URI handling code · Advisory · spotipy-dev/spotipy · GitHub|| github.com |
Related QID Numbers
- 691050 Free Berkeley Software Distribution (FreeBSD) Security Update for spotipy (c3fb48cc-a2ff-11ed-8fbc-6cf0490a8c18)
Known Affected Configurations (CPE V2.3)