CVE-2019-19616: Insecure Direct Object Reference (IDOR) in Xtivia Web Time and Expense (WebTE)
Updated: Jan 15
This advisory addresses a Insecure Direct Object Reference (IDOR) vulnerability in the Xtivia Web Time and Expense (WebTE) interface used for Microsoft Dynamics NAV before 2017 allows an attacker to download arbitrary expense and requisition reports by specifying arbitrary values for the "recId" and "filename" parameters of the "/Home/GetAttachment" function.
This issue was reported to Xtivia in accordance with responsible disclosure guidelines. Xtivia responded that no patch will be released as the WebTE interface used for Microsoft Dynamics NAV versions prior to 2017 have been deprecated. See screenshot of vendor email response below:
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This vulnerability was discovered and reported by Nolan B. Kennedy of MindPoint Group. (See email screenshot at top of page in Overview section).