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|Author:||mfotek [ Fri Nov 18, 2016 7:24 pm ]|
|Post subject:||Security questions|
Hi. We're considering security of open-audit.
Main question is audit script results that are submitted online. Are they validate somehow ? Will someone be able to make mess by sending corrupt/malicious xml to submit url?
If so - are there known ways to protect from it? Can I modify blessed subnets to accept only from network only when it's is audited ?
|Author:||Mark [ Wed Nov 23, 2016 9:03 am ]|
|Post subject:||Re: Security questions|
Are they validate somehow ?The audit result must be valid XML.
Will someone be able to make mess by sending corrupt/malicious xml to submit url?They can certainly do that. Any changes to a device will be recorded in Open-AudIT though. So you'll see that a "bad" audit was submitted pretty quickly.
If so - are there known ways to protect from it?Blessed subnets are your answer.
Can I modify blessed subnets to accept only from network only when it's is audited ?I suppose we could look at something like that. Only accept data when a discovery run is occurring. I'll make a note to give that some thought but to be honest - if you have users in your organisation doing this you have more important issues to worry about!
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