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We have just released Pomerium 0.13.4 to address potential security issues discovered during an internal security audit performed by Cure53. We recommend that all users update.
JWT leak via open redirect in programmatic access
Using programmatic access on protected sites, one can get a signed login URL with pomerium_redirect_uri set to an arbitrary URL. Then, if the user has already logged into Pomerium, they will be redirected to the specified pomerium_redirect_uri with a JWT attached. This allows an outside attacker to get a signed login URL that, upon visiting it, will redirect a victim to the attacker’s site. This creates an issue of Open Redirect and, more seriously, JWT leakage.
authenticate: pomerium_signature is not verified in middleware
Some API endpoints under /.pomerium/ do not verify parameters with pomerium_signature. This could allow modifying parameters intended to be trusted to Pomerium. The issue mainly affects routes responsible for sign in/out, but does not introduce an authentication bypass.