Vulnerabilities (CVE)

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Total 162 CVE
CVE Vendors Products Updated CVSS v2 CVSS v3
CVE-2023-44487 32 Akka, Amazon, Apache and 29 more 310 Http Server, Opensearch Data Prepper, Apisix and 307 more 2024-06-21 N/A 7.5 HIGH
The HTTP/2 protocol allows a denial of service (server resource consumption) because request cancellation can reset many streams quickly, as exploited in the wild in August through October 2023.
CVE-2023-36478 3 Debian, Eclipse, Jenkins 3 Debian Linux, Jetty, Jenkins 2024-06-21 N/A 7.5 HIGH
Eclipse Jetty provides a web server and servlet container. In versions 11.0.0 through 11.0.15, 10.0.0 through 10.0.15, and 9.0.0 through 9.4.52, an integer overflow in `MetaDataBuilder.checkSize` allows for HTTP/2 HPACK header values to exceed their size limit. `` determines if a header name or value exceeds the size limit, and throws an exception if the limit is exceeded. However, when length is very large and huffman is true, the multiplication by 4 in line 295 will overflow, and length will become negative. `(_size+length)` will now be negative, and the check on line 296 will not be triggered. Furthermore, `MetaDataBuilder.checkSize` allows for user-entered HPACK header value sizes to be negative, potentially leading to a very large buffer allocation later on when the user-entered size is multiplied by 2. This means that if a user provides a negative length value (or, more precisely, a length value which, when multiplied by the 4/3 fudge factor, is negative), and this length value is a very large positive number when multiplied by 2, then the user can cause a very large buffer to be allocated on the server. Users of HTTP/2 can be impacted by a remote denial of service attack. The issue has been fixed in versions 11.0.16, 10.0.16, and 9.4.53. There are no known workarounds.
CVE-2023-2597 1 Eclipse 1 Openj9 2024-06-21 N/A 9.1 CRITICAL
In Eclipse Openj9 before version 0.38.0, in the implementation of the shared cache (which is enabled by default in OpenJ9 builds) the size of a string is not properly checked against the size of the buffer.
CVE-2021-41035 1 Eclipse 1 Openj9 2024-06-21 7.5 HIGH 9.8 CRITICAL
In Eclipse Openj9 before version 0.29.0, the JVM does not throw IllegalAccessError for MethodHandles that invoke inaccessible interface methods.
CVE-2021-28167 1 Eclipse 1 Openj9 2024-06-21 6.4 MEDIUM 6.5 MEDIUM
In Eclipse Openj9 to version 0.25.0, usage of the jdk.internal.reflect.ConstantPool API causes the JVM in some cases to pre-resolve certain constant pool entries. This allows a user to call static methods or access static members without running the class initialization method, and may allow a user to observe uninitialized values.
CVE-2023-4759 1 Eclipse 1 Jgit 2024-04-26 N/A 8.8 HIGH
Arbitrary File Overwrite in Eclipse JGit <= 6.6.0 In Eclipse JGit, all versions <=, a symbolic link present in a specially crafted git repository can be used to write a file to locations outside the working tree when this repository is cloned with JGit to a case-insensitive filesystem, or when a checkout from a clone of such a repository is performed on a case-insensitive filesystem. This can happen on checkout (DirCacheCheckout), merge (ResolveMerger via its WorkingTreeUpdater), pull (PullCommand using merge), and when applying a patch (PatchApplier). This can be exploited for remote code execution (RCE), for instance if the file written outside the working tree is a git filter that gets executed on a subsequent git command. The issue occurs only on case-insensitive filesystems, like the default filesystems on Windows and macOS. The user performing the clone or checkout must have the rights to create symbolic links for the problem to occur, and symbolic links must be enabled in the git configuration. Setting git configuration option core.symlinks = false before checking out avoids the problem. The issue was fixed in Eclipse JGit version and, available via Maven Central  and . A backport is available in 5.13.3 starting from The JGit maintainers would like to thank RyotaK for finding and reporting this issue.
CVE-2020-27218 5 Apache, Debian, Eclipse and 2 more 17 Kafka, Spark, Debian Linux and 14 more 2024-02-16 5.8 MEDIUM 4.8 MEDIUM
In Eclipse Jetty version 9.4.0.RC0 to 9.4.34.v20201102, 10.0.0.alpha0 to 10.0.0.beta2, and 11.0.0.alpha0 to 11.0.0.beta2, if GZIP request body inflation is enabled and requests from different clients are multiplexed onto a single connection, and if an attacker can send a request with a body that is received entirely but not consumed by the application, then a subsequent request on the same connection will see that body prepended to its body. The attacker will not see any data but may inject data into the body of the subsequent request.
CVE-2023-26049 3 Debian, Eclipse, Netapp 6 Debian Linux, Jetty, Active Iq Unified Manager and 3 more 2024-02-01 N/A 5.3 MEDIUM
Jetty is a java based web server and servlet engine. Nonstandard cookie parsing in Jetty may allow an attacker to smuggle cookies within other cookies, or otherwise perform unintended behavior by tampering with the cookie parsing mechanism. If Jetty sees a cookie VALUE that starts with `"` (double quote), it will continue to read the cookie string until it sees a closing quote -- even if a semicolon is encountered. So, a cookie header such as: `DISPLAY_LANGUAGE="b; JSESSIONID=1337; c=d"` will be parsed as one cookie, with the name DISPLAY_LANGUAGE and a value of b; JSESSIONID=1337; c=d instead of 3 separate cookies. This has security implications because if, say, JSESSIONID is an HttpOnly cookie, and the DISPLAY_LANGUAGE cookie value is rendered on the page, an attacker can smuggle the JSESSIONID cookie into the DISPLAY_LANGUAGE cookie and thereby exfiltrate it. This is significant when an intermediary is enacting some policy based on cookies, so a smuggled cookie can bypass that policy yet still be seen by the Jetty server or its logging system. This issue has been addressed in versions 9.4.51, 10.0.14, 11.0.14, and 12.0.0.beta0 and users are advised to upgrade. There are no known workarounds for this issue.
CVE-2023-41900 2 Debian, Eclipse 2 Debian Linux, Jetty 2024-01-21 N/A 4.3 MEDIUM
Jetty is a Java based web server and servlet engine. Versions 9.4.21 through 9.4.51, 10.0.15, and 11.0.15 are vulnerable to weak authentication. If a Jetty `OpenIdAuthenticator` uses the optional nested `LoginService`, and that `LoginService` decides to revoke an already authenticated user, then the current request will still treat the user as authenticated. The authentication is then cleared from the session and subsequent requests will not be treated as authenticated. So a request on a previously authenticated session could be allowed to bypass authentication after it had been rejected by the `LoginService`. This impacts usages of the jetty-openid which have configured a nested `LoginService` and where that `LoginService` will is capable of rejecting previously authenticated users. Versions 9.4.52, 10.0.16, and 11.0.16 have a patch for this issue.
CVE-2023-3592 1 Eclipse 1 Mosquitto 2024-01-07 N/A 7.5 HIGH
In Mosquitto before 2.0.16, a memory leak occurs when clients send v5 CONNECT packets with a will message that contains invalid property types.
CVE-2023-28366 1 Eclipse 1 Mosquitto 2024-01-07 N/A 7.5 HIGH
The broker in Eclipse Mosquitto 1.3.2 through 2.x before 2.0.16 has a memory leak that can be abused remotely when a client sends many QoS 2 messages with duplicate message IDs, and fails to respond to PUBREC commands. This occurs because of mishandling of EAGAIN from the libc send function.
CVE-2023-0809 1 Eclipse 1 Mosquitto 2024-01-07 N/A 5.3 MEDIUM
In Mosquitto before 2.0.16, excessive memory is allocated based on malicious initial packets that are not CONNECT packets.
CVE-2023-6194 1 Eclipse 1 Memory Analyzer 2023-12-13 N/A 7.1 HIGH
In Eclipse Memory Analyzer versions 0.7 to 1.14.0, report definition XML files are not filtered to prohibit document type definition (DTD) references to external entities. This means that if a user chooses to use a malicious report definition XML file containing an external entity reference to generate a report then Eclipse Memory Analyzer may access external files or URLs defined via a DTD in the report definition.
CVE-2023-4218 1 Eclipse 3 Eclipse Ide, Org.eclipse.core.runtime, Pde 2023-12-10 N/A 5.0 MEDIUM
In Eclipse IDE versions < 2023-09 (4.29) some files with xml content are parsed vulnerable against all sorts of XXE attacks. The user just needs to open any evil project or update an open project with a vulnerable file (for example for review a foreign repository or patch).
CVE-2023-5676 1 Eclipse 1 Openj9 2023-12-10 N/A 5.9 MEDIUM
In Eclipse OpenJ9 before version 0.41.0, the JVM can be forced into an infinite busy hang on a spinlock or a segmentation fault if a shutdown signal (SIGTERM, SIGINT or SIGHUP) is received before the JVM has finished initializing.
CVE-2023-40167 2 Debian, Eclipse 2 Debian Linux, Jetty 2023-12-10 N/A 5.3 MEDIUM
Jetty is a Java based web server and servlet engine. Prior to versions 9.4.52, 10.0.16, 11.0.16, and 12.0.1, Jetty accepts the `+` character proceeding the content-length value in a HTTP/1 header field. This is more permissive than allowed by the RFC and other servers routinely reject such requests with 400 responses. There is no known exploit scenario, but it is conceivable that request smuggling could result if jetty is used in combination with a server that does not close the connection after sending such a 400 response. Versions 9.4.52, 10.0.16, 11.0.16, and 12.0.1 contain a patch for this issue. There is no workaround as there is no known exploit scenario.
CVE-2023-4043 1 Eclipse 1 Parsson 2023-12-10 N/A 7.5 HIGH
In Eclipse Parsson before versions 1.1.4 and 1.0.5, Parsing JSON from untrusted sources can lead malicious actors to exploit the fact that the built-in support for parsing numbers with large scale in Java has a number of edge cases where the input text of a number can lead to much larger processing time than one would expect. To mitigate the risk, parsson put in place a size limit for the numbers as well as their scale.
CVE-2023-36479 2 Debian, Eclipse 2 Debian Linux, Jetty 2023-12-10 N/A 4.3 MEDIUM
Eclipse Jetty Canonical Repository is the canonical repository for the Jetty project. Users of the CgiServlet with a very specific command structure may have the wrong command executed. If a user sends a request to a org.eclipse.jetty.servlets.CGI Servlet for a binary with a space in its name, the servlet will escape the command by wrapping it in quotation marks. This wrapped command, plus an optional command prefix, will then be executed through a call to Runtime.exec. If the original binary name provided by the user contains a quotation mark followed by a space, the resulting command line will contain multiple tokens instead of one. This issue was patched in version 9.4.52, 10.0.16, 11.0.16 and 12.0.0-beta2.
CVE-2023-5632 1 Eclipse 1 Mosquitto 2023-12-10 N/A 7.5 HIGH
In Eclipse Mosquito before and including 2.0.5, establishing a connection to the mosquitto server without sending data causes the EPOLLOUT event to be added, which results excessive CPU consumption. This could be used by a malicious actor to perform denial of service type attack. This issue is fixed in 2.0.6
CVE-2023-4760 1 Eclipse 1 Remote Application Platform 2023-12-10 N/A 9.8 CRITICAL
In Eclipse RAP versions from 3.0.0 up to and including 3.25.0, Remote Code Execution is possible on Windows when using the FileUpload component. The reason for this is a not completely secure extraction of the file name in the FileUploadProcessor.stripFileName(String name) method. As soon as this finds a / in the path, everything before it is removed, but potentially \ (backslashes) coming further back are kept. For example, a file name such as /..\..\webapps\shell.war can be used to upload a file to a Tomcat server under Windows, which is then saved as ..\..\webapps\shell.war in its webapps directory and can then be executed.