BEA WebLogic Server and WebLogic Express Administration Console insecure permissions
|weblogic-adminconsole-insecure-permissions (34289)||Medium Risk|
BEA WebLogic Server and WebLogic Express could allow an authenticated remote attacker with Administration Console privileges of any role to gain elevated privileges on the system, caused by insecure permissions on the file upload service. An attacker could exploit this vulnerability to upload archives to the administrative server.
Refer to BEA07-164.00 for patch and upgrade information. See References.
- BEA07-164.00: Security policy may not be applied to WebLogic administration deployers when uploading archives.
- BID-23979: Multiple BEA WebLogic Applications Multiple Vulnerabilities
- CVE-2007-2699: The Administration Console in BEA WebLogic Express and WebLogic Server 9.0 and 9.1 does not properly enforce certain Domain Security Policies, which allows remote administrative users in the Deployer role to upload arbitrary files.
- OSVDB ID: 36069: BEA WebLogic Administration Console Domain Security Policies Deployer Role Arbitrary File Upload
- SA25284: BEA Products Multiple Vulnerabilities
- SECTRACK ID: 1018057: BEA WebLogic Server Multiple Bugs Let Remote Users Deny Service, Gain Elevated Privileges
- Oracle WebLogic Server 9.0 Express
- Oracle WebLogic Server 9.0
- Oracle WebLogic Server 9.1 Express
- Oracle WebLogic Server 9.1
May 15, 2007
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