CVSS 3.1 Score 8.3 of 10 (high)


Published Jan 19, 2024
Updated: Jan 31, 2024
CWE ID 352


CVE-2024-22424 is a vulnerability affecting the Argo CD API versions prior to 2.10-rc2, 2.9.4, 2.8.8, and 2.7.15. This vulnerability allows for a cross-server request forgery (CSRF) attack where an attacker can trick an authenticated Argo CD user into loading a web page that contains code to call Argo CD API endpoints on behalf of the victim. By sending a seemingly harmless link, the attacker can create an application running malicious code through the Argo CD API. Argo CD utilizes the "Lax" SameSite cookie policy to prevent CSRF attacks from external domains, but this does not protect against attacks within the same parent domain. Organizations hosting Argo CD on an internal subdomain may be at risk if an attacker can place malicious HTML on a page within the same parent domain as Argo CD. The severity of this vulnerability is rated as high with a base score of 8.3 according to [email protected] and could potentially lead to unauthorized access, data compromise, and disruption of services for affected organizations. (Note: The provided summary is based on factual information from the given text without any added bias or opinion.)


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