An exploitable information leak vulnerability exists in the Content Security Policy enforcement functionality of Microsoft Edge 40.15063.0.0. A specially crafted web page can cause a content security policy bypass resulting in an information leak. An attacker can create a malicious webpage to trigger this vulnerability.
Microsoft Edge 40.15063.0.0
4.3 - CVSS:3.0/AV:N/AC:L/PR:N/UI:R/S:U/C:L/I:N/A:N
CWE-284: Improper Access Control
An attacker can bypass the Content-Security-Policy header that is used to make the browser protect against information leakage from a web site.
The about:blank page has the same origin as its loading document, but CSP restrictions have been removed. The spec is pretty explicit that the CSP restrictions should be inherited: https://w3c.github.io/webappsec-csp/#initialize-document-csp.
Tests show that e.g. Firefox does not show this behavior, but rather makes the new document inherit CSP from its loading document. This vulnerability was also present in Apple Safari (CVE-2017-2419) and Google Chrome (CVE-2017-5033) and was corrected there.
2016-11-29 - Initial vendor contact by Nicolai
2016-12-01 - Vendor confirms receipt
2017-01-04 - Follow up with Vendor
2017-01-04 - Vendor confirms reproduction
2017-03-06 - Follow up with Vendor
2017-03-07 - Vendor says this is by design and does not consider it a vulnerability
2017-03-07 - More information provided to vendor
2017-03-29 - Talos involvement, asks vendor to reconsider
2017-06-06 - Follow up with vendor
2017-06-07 - Vendor reopens case to reconsider
2017-08-22 - Vendor informed about pending release date
2017-09-06 - Public Release
Discovered by Nicolai Grødum of Cisco.
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