Sun Java System Application Server SSL service weak security
|sun-applicationserver-ssl-weak-security (36169)||Low Risk|
Sun Java System Application Server could provide weaker than expected security. The Admin user interface does not save SSL service settings when restarted. A remote attacker could exploit this vulnerability to bypass protocol and cipher restrictions.
No remedy available as of August 1, 2014.
- BugTraq Mailing List, Wed Aug 22 2007 - 07:09:50 CDT: Encryption Weakness in Sun Sun AS 9.0_0.1 (build b02-p01).
- Sun Java System Application Server Web site: Sun Java System Application Server - Overview.
- BID-25400: Sun Java System Application Server Administrative Console Encryption Protocol Selection Weakness
- CVE-2007-4511: The Sun Admin Console in Sun Application Server 9.0_0.1 does not apply certain configuration changes persistently, which causes the (1) SSL and (2) SSL_MutualAuth ORB listener services to enable all protocols and ciphers after the services are restarted, possibly allowing remote attackers to bypass intended policy.
- OSVDB ID: 45828: Sun Application Server Admin Console ORB Listener Services Weak Cipher Persistence
- Sun Java System Application Server 9.0_0.1
Aug 22, 2007
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