JBoss Enterprise Application Platform JMX console cross-site request forgery
|jboss-jmx-console-csrf (77549)||Medium Risk|
JBoss Enterprise Application Platform is vulnerable to cross-site request forgery, caused by improper validation of user-supplied input by the JMX console. By persuading an authenticated user to visit a malicious Web site, a remote attacker could send a malformed HTTP request to invoke operations on mbeans. An attacker could exploit this vulnerability to perform cross-site scripting attacks, Web cache poisoning, and other malicious activities.
Apply the appropriate patch for your system. See References.
- JBoss Web site: JBoss.
- Red Hat Bugzilla Bug 730176: CVE-2011-2908 CSRF on jmx-console allows invocation of operations on mbeans.
- BID-54915: JBoss Enterprise Application Platform Cross Site Request Forgery Vulnerability
- CVE-2011-2908: Cross-site request forgery (CSRF) vulnerability in the JMX Console (jmx-console) in JBoss Enterprise Portal Platform before 5.2.2, BRMS Platform 5.3.0 before roll up patch1, and SOA Platform 5.3.0 allows remote authenticated users to hijack the authentication of arbitrary users for requests that perform operations on MBeans and possibly execute arbitrary code via unspecified vectors.
- OSVDB ID: 84530: JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform Arbitrary Code Execution CSRF
- RHSA-2013-0192: Important: JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 5.2.0 update
- RHSA-2013-0193: Important: JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 5.2.0 update
- JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 5
- RedHat Jboss Enterprise Application Platform 5.1.1
Aug 08, 2012
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