CVE-2023-36829

CVSS Score of 10 (low)

Details

Published Jul 6, 2023
Updated: Jul 17, 2023
CWE ID 942
CWE ID 863
CWE ID 697

Summary

CVE-2023-36829 is a vulnerability in the Sentry error tracking and performance monitoring platform. Versions 23.6.0 to 23.6.2 of Sentry API incorrectly return the `access-control-allow-credentials: true` HTTP header when the `Origin` request header ends with the `system.base-hostname` option of Sentry installation, affecting installations with this option explicitly set. While recent versions of major browsers have cross-site cookie blocking enabled by default, this flaw could still allow for other multi-step attacks. The vulnerability has been patched in Sentry version 23.6.2, reducing the potential danger it poses to organizations using the affected product.

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