Advisory: Gitlab EE multiple high-risk vulnerabilities

Advisory: Gitlab EE multiple high-risk vulnerabilities

dezembro 24, 2019 | Mina Hao

Vulnerability Description

On December 10, 2019 local time, GitLab officially released an important version update notice, announcing three high-risk vulnerabilities in GitLab EE (Enterprise Edition). GitLab is an open source and web-based Git-repository management project.

CVE-2019-19628: Because the registry of the maven package does not have accurate parameter settings, an attacker can achieve privilege escalation and remote code execution under certain conditions.

CVE-2019-19629: When importing public projects into private groups, the Group Search API integrated on Elasticsearch may cause leakage of private codes.

CVE-2019-19604: When users use the Git submodule update function, an attacker can use this vulnerability to execute arbitrary commands defined in the .gitmodules file.

Reference:

https://gitlab.com/gitlab-com/gl-security/disclosures/blob/master/003_git_submodule/advisory.md

https://about.gitlab.com/blog/2019/12/10/critical-security-release-gitlab-12-5-4-released/

 

Scope of Impact

CVE-2019-19628:

Affected Versions

  • GitLab EE 11.3 or later.

Unaffected Versions

  • GitLab EE = 12.3.9
  • GitLab EE = 12.4.6
  • GitLab EE = 12.5.4

 

CVE-2019-19629:

Affected Versions

  • GitLab EE 10.5 or later.

Unaffected Versions

  • GitLab EE = 12.3.9
  • GitLab EE = 12.4.6
  • GitLab EE = 12.5.4

 

CVE-2019-19604:

Affected Versions

  • Git 2.20.0-2.20.1
  • Git 2.21.0
  • Git 2.22.0-2.22.1
  • Git 2.23.0
  • Git 2.24.0
  • All versions of GitLab Omnibus

Unaffected Versions

  • Git 2.20.2
  • Git 2.21.1
  • Git 2.22.2
  • Git 2.23.1
  • Git 2.24.1
  • GitLab EE = 12.3.9
  • GitLab EE = 12.4.6
  • GitLab EE = 12.5.4

 

Vulnerability Detection

Version Inspection

Users who are using GitLab software are recommended to view your current system version and find whether your version is affected or not.

Gitlab:

Use the following command to view the current version of Gitlab:

cat /opt/gitlab/embedded/service/gitlab-rails/VERSION

 

Git:

Use the following command to view the current Gti version:

git –version

Mitigation

Official Upgrade

At present, the above vulnerabilities have been fixed in the latest version. Users can upgrade their system to the latest version.

Gitlab download and installation:

https://about.gitlab.com/update/

Git download and installationk:

https://git-scm.com/download/

Statement

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