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Information Governance Catalog-Information Goverence Dashboard : CSV Injection
As part of security review, following observation was made by the auditor -
"During Assessment it was observed that application allows malicious files to be uploaded. Below are the cases:
Malicious csv file can be uploaded which can lead to csv injection attack."
"A remote attacker could send a malicious file via POST request with a specially-crafted filename, file content or mime type and execute arbitrary code to take complete control of the victims machine/server.
The consequences of unrestricted file upload can vary, including complete system takeover, an overloaded file system or database, forwarding attacks to back-end systems, client-side attacks, or simple defacement."
"Restrict file types accepted for upload: check the file extension, file contents, magic numbers and only allow certain files to be uploaded. Check content of the files before uploading as it may contain malicious code appended in it. Use a whitelist approach instead of a blacklist.
Change the permissions on the upload folder so the files within it are not executable. If possible, rename the files that are uploaded."
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