Descriptionpython-keystoneclient before 0.2.4, as used in OpenStack Keystone (Folsom), does not properly check expiry for PKI tokens, which allows remote authenticated users to (1) retain use of a token after it has expired, or (2) use a revoked token once it expires.
SourceCVE (at NVD; CERT, LWN, oss-sec, fulldisc, bugtraq, EDB, Metasploit, Red Hat, Ubuntu, Gentoo, SUSE bugzilla/CVE, Mageia, GitHub advisories/code/issues, web search, more)

Vulnerable and fixed packages

The table below lists information on source packages.

Source PackageReleaseVersionStatus
keystone (PTS)buster, buster (security)2:14.2.0-0+deb10u1fixed
bookworm, sid2:22.0.0-1.1fixed
python-keystoneclient (PTS)buster1:3.17.0-2fixed
bookworm, sid1:5.0.1-3fixed

The information below is based on the following data on fixed versions.

PackageTypeReleaseFixed VersionUrgencyOriginDebian Bugs
keystonesourcewheezy(not affected)
keystonesource(unstable)(not affected)
python-keystoneclientsourcewheezy(not affected)


- keystone <not-affected> (Vulnerable code only in experimental versions of keystone)
[wheezy] - keystone <not-affected> (PKI token support not yet present)
[wheezy] - python-keystoneclient <not-affected> (vulnerable code not present)
Keystone Folsom fix:
python-keystoneclient fix:
Starting with 2013.1-1 code in keystone/middleware/ moved to python-keystoneclient

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