Improper Certificate Validation in Puppetmedium severity CVE-2020-7942
Previously, Puppet operated on a model that a node with a valid certificate
was entitled to all information in the system and that a compromised certificate
allowed access to everything in the infrastructure. When a node's catalog falls
back to the
default node, the catalog can be retrieved for a different node by
modifying facts for the Puppet run. This issue can be mitigated by setting
strict_hostname_checking = true in
puppet.conf on your Puppet master. Puppet
6.13.0 changes the default behavior for strict_hostname_checking from false to
true. It is recommended that Puppet Open Source and Puppet Enterprise users that
are not upgrading still set
true to ensure secure
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