Updated phpmyadmin packages fix security vulnerabilityPublication date: 25 Jan 2022
Affected Mageia releases : 8
CVE: CVE-2022-23807 , CVE-2022-23808
A flaw was identified in how phpMyAdmin processes two factor authentication; a user could potentially manipulate their account to bypass two factor authentication in subsequent authentication sessions (PMASA-2022-1). A series of weaknesses was identified allowing a malicious user to submit malicious information to present an XSS or HTML injection attack in the graphical setup page (PMASA-2022-2). In some scenarios, potentially sensitive information such as a the database name can be part of the URL. This can now be optionally encrypted. During a failed log on attempt, the error message reveals the target database server's hostname or IP address. This can reveal some information about the network infrastructure to an attacker. Fixed some situations where a user is logged out when working with more than one server Fixed a problem with assigning privileges to a user using the multiselect list when the database name has an underscore Enable cookie parameter "SameSite" when the PHP version is 7.3 or newer.