What are the identified vulnerabilities? Access bypass, information disclosure, open redirect in Drupal versions 6.x and Drupal 7.x

Solutions to vulnerabilities? Upgrade Drupal 6.x to Drupal core 6.36, Upgrade Drupal 7.x to Drupal core 7.38

Description of Vulnerabilities

Impersonation through OpenID

OpenID is an account created by the open source community that allows you to use an existing account to sign in to multiple websites with one password. The Drupal vulnerability with OpenID uses impersonation to log in as other users on a site including administrators. They then use the administrator access level to hijack accounts. This vulnerability affects Drupal 6 and Drupal 7 versions.

Open Redirect through Field UI and Overlay modules

Drupal 7 sites using the Field UI can be used to trick users to go to a malicious URL that can gather information. The Overlay module does not properly validate URLs prior to displaying content. This can lead to an open redirect vulnerability.

Information Disclosure through the Drupal 7 Render Cache system

Drupal 7 sites utilizing the render cache system may cache content that is typically protected by user role. The content may be exposed to non-privileged users. This vulnerability is specific to private content on sites where User 1 is an account.

For more information please go to the Drupal Security Advisories page.

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