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The Jupyter Notebook has an Open redirect flaw until version 6.1.5. The browser could be diverted to another website through a maliciously designed connection to a notebook server.
Thursday, November 19, 2020, 08:49 GMT
Technically, all notebook servers are affected, but only established notebook server hosts can logically create these maliciously constructed connections. A connection to your notebook server will seem stable, but it will inevitably be diverted to a spoofed server on the public Internet. The problem is corrected in version 6.1.5.
What kind of vulnerability is it? Who is impacted?
Open redirect vulnerability – a maliciously crafted link to a notebook server could redirect the browser to a different website.
All notebook servers are technically affected, however, these maliciously crafted links can only be reasonably made for known notebook server hosts. A link to your notebook server may appear safe, but ultimately redirect to a spoofed server on the public internet.
Has the problem been patched? What versions should users upgrade to?
Patched in notebook 6.1.5
OWASP page on open redirects
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