CVE-2021-40096 - Stored cross-site scripting (provider configuration)
Cross-site scripting (XSS) enable attackers to bring malicious content into a website or application.
Before SquaredUp DS version 5.3.1, stored XSS was possible when creating an Azure Active Directory, Azure App Insights, or Azure Log Analytics provider. This vulnerability allows remote attackers to inject arbitrary web script or HTML.
What should you do?
If you are using a SquaredUp DS version earlier than 5.3.1, update to version 5.3.1 or later.
Affected and resolved software versions
|Product||Affected versions||Resolved versions|
|SquaredUp DS for SCOM||Versions earlier than 5.3.1||5.3.1 and later versions|
|SquaredUp DS for Azure||Versions earlier than 5.3.1||5.3.1 and later versions|
|SquaredUp DS Standalone||Versions earlier than 5.3.1||5.3.1 and later versions|
SquaredUp would like to thank Kajetan Rostojek from ING Tech Poland for reporting this vulnerability.
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Please contact SquaredUp Support if you have any questions about this vulnerability or need further help.
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