CVE-2019-10911: Add a separator in the remember me cookie hash
Symfony 2.7.0 to 2.7.50, 2.8.0 to 2.8.49, 3.4.0 to 3.4.25, 4.1.0 to 4.1.11 and 4.2.0 to 4.2.6 versions of Symfony Security component are affected by this security issue.
The issue has been fixed in Symfony 2.7.51, 2.8.50, 3.4.26, 4.1.12 and 4.2.7.
Note that no fixes are provided for Symfony 3.0, 3.1, 3.2, 3.3, and 4.0 as they are not maintained anymore.
This fixes situations where part of an expiry time in a cookie could be considered part of the username, or part of the username could be considered part of the expiry time. An attacker could modify the remember me cookie and authenticate as a different user. This attack is only possible if remember me functionality is enabled and the two users share a password hash or the password hashes (e.g. UserInterface::getPassword()) are null for all users (which is valid if passwords are checked by an external system, e.g. an SSO).
We now separate the various components (username, expires, password) of the cookie hash with colons.
The patch for this issue is available here for branch 3.4.
I would like to thank Jon Cave for reporting and Pascal Borreli & Michael Cullum for fixing the issue.
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