rubygem-rest-client: session fixation vulnerability via Set-Cookie headers in 30x redirection responses
rest-client in abstract_response.rb improperly handles Set-Cookie headers on
HTTP 30x redirection responses. Any cookies will be forwarded to the
redirection target regardless of domain, path, or expiration.
If you control a redirection source, you can cause rest-client to perform a
request to any third-party domain with cookies of your choosing, which may be
useful in performing a session fixation attack.
If you control a redirection target, you can steal any cookies set by the
third-party redirection request.
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