Vulnerabilities (CVE)

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Total 144 CVE
CVE Vendors Products Updated CVSS v2 CVSS v3
CVE-2015-5377 1 Elastic 1 Elasticsearch 2024-05-17 7.5 HIGH 9.8 CRITICAL
Elasticsearch before 1.6.1 allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via unspecified vectors involving the transport protocol. NOTE: ZDI appears to claim that CVE-2015-3253 and CVE-2015-5377 are the same vulnerability
CVE-2023-46672 1 Elastic 1 Logstash 2024-03-21 N/A 5.5 MEDIUM
An issue was identified by Elastic whereby sensitive information is recorded in Logstash logs under specific circumstances. The prerequisites for the manifestation of this issue are: * Logstash is configured to log in JSON format https://www.elastic.co/guide/en/logstash/current/running-logstash-command-line.html , which is not the default logging format. * Sensitive data is stored in the Logstash keystore and referenced as a variable in Logstash configuration.
CVE-2023-31421 1 Elastic 4 Apm Server, Elastic Agent, Elastic Beats and 1 more 2024-02-15 N/A 7.5 HIGH
It was discovered that when acting as TLS clients, Beats, Elastic Agent, APM Server, and Fleet Server did not verify whether the server certificate is valid for the target IP address; however, certificate signature validation is still performed. More specifically, when the client is configured to connect to an IP address (instead of a hostname) it does not validate the server certificate's IP SAN values against that IP address and certificate validation fails, and therefore the connection is not blocked as expected.
CVE-2024-23448 1 Elastic 1 Apm Server 2024-02-15 N/A 7.5 HIGH
An issue was discovered whereby APM Server could log at ERROR level, a response from Elasticsearch indicating that indexing the document failed and that response would contain parts of the original document. Depending on the nature of the document that the APM Server attempted to ingest, this could lead to the insertion of sensitive or private information in the APM Server logs.
CVE-2024-23446 1 Elastic 1 Kibana 2024-02-14 N/A 6.5 MEDIUM
An issue was discovered by Elastic, whereby the Detection Engine Search API does not respect Document-level security (DLS) or Field-level security (FLS) when querying the .alerts-security.alerts-{space_id} indices. Users who are authorized to call this API may obtain unauthorized access to documents if their roles are configured with DLS or FLS against the aforementioned index.
CVE-2024-23447 1 Elastic 1 Network Drive Connector 2024-02-14 N/A 6.5 MEDIUM
An issue was discovered in the Windows Network Drive Connector when using Document Level Security to assign permissions to a file, with explicit allow write and deny read. Although the document is not accessible to the user in Network Drive it is visible in search applications to the user.
CVE-2020-7010 1 Elastic 1 Elastic Cloud On Kubernetes 2024-02-10 5.0 MEDIUM 7.5 HIGH
Elastic Cloud on Kubernetes (ECK) versions prior to 1.1.0 generate passwords using a weak random number generator. If an attacker is able to determine when the current Elastic Stack cluster was deployed they may be able to more easily brute force the Elasticsearch credentials generated by ECK.
CVE-2023-31419 1 Elastic 1 Elasticsearch 2024-02-01 N/A 7.5 HIGH
A flaw was discovered in Elasticsearch, affecting the _search API that allowed a specially crafted query string to cause a Stack Overflow and ultimately a Denial of Service.
CVE-2023-31417 1 Elastic 1 Elasticsearch 2024-01-03 N/A 4.4 MEDIUM
Elasticsearch generally filters out sensitive information and credentials before logging to the audit log. It was found that this filtering was not applied when requests to Elasticsearch use certain deprecated URIs for APIs. The impact of this flaw is that sensitive information such as passwords and tokens might be printed in cleartext in Elasticsearch audit logs. Note that audit logging is disabled by default and needs to be explicitly enabled and even when audit logging is enabled, request bodies that could contain sensitive information are not printed to the audit log unless explicitly configured.
CVE-2023-6687 1 Elastic 1 Elastic Agent 2023-12-19 N/A 6.5 MEDIUM
An issue was discovered by Elastic whereby Elastic Agent would log a raw event in its own logs at the WARN or ERROR level if ingesting that event to Elasticsearch failed with any 4xx HTTP status code except 409 or 429. Depending on the nature of the event that Elastic Agent attempted to ingest, this could lead to the insertion of sensitive or private information in the Elastic Agent logs. Elastic has released 8.11.3 and 7.17.16 that prevents this issue by limiting these types of logs to DEBUG level logging, which is disabled by default.
CVE-2023-49922 1 Elastic 1 Elastic Beats 2023-12-19 N/A 6.5 MEDIUM
An issue was discovered by Elastic whereby Beats and Elastic Agent would log a raw event in its own logs at the WARN or ERROR level if ingesting that event to Elasticsearch failed with any 4xx HTTP status code except 409 or 429. Depending on the nature of the event that Beats or Elastic Agent attempted to ingest, this could lead to the insertion of sensitive or private information in the Beats or Elastic Agent logs. Elastic has released 8.11.3 and 7.17.16 that prevents this issue by limiting these types of logs to DEBUG level logging, which is disabled by default.
CVE-2023-49923 1 Elastic 1 Enterprise Search 2023-12-19 N/A 6.5 MEDIUM
An issue was discovered by Elastic whereby the Documents API of App Search logged the raw contents of indexed documents at INFO log level. Depending on the contents of such documents, this could lead to the insertion of sensitive or private information in the App Search logs. Elastic has released 8.11.2 and 7.17.16 that resolves this issue by changing the log level at which these are logged to DEBUG, which is disabled by default.
CVE-2023-46671 1 Elastic 1 Kibana 2023-12-18 N/A 6.5 MEDIUM
An issue was discovered by Elastic whereby sensitive information may be recorded in Kibana logs in the event of an error. Elastic has released Kibana 8.11.1 which resolves this issue. The error message recorded in the log may contain account credentials for the kibana_system user, API Keys, and credentials of Kibana end-users. The issue occurs infrequently, only if an error is returned from an Elasticsearch cluster, in cases where there is user interaction and an unhealthy cluster (for example, when returning circuit breaker or no shard exceptions).
CVE-2023-46675 1 Elastic 1 Kibana 2023-12-18 N/A 6.5 MEDIUM
An issue was discovered by Elastic whereby sensitive information may be recorded in Kibana logs in the event of an error or in the event where debug level logging is enabled in Kibana. Elastic has released Kibana 8.11.2 which resolves this issue. The messages recorded in the log may contain Account credentials for the kibana_system user, API Keys, and credentials of Kibana end-users, Elastic Security package policy objects which can contain private keys, bearer token, and sessions of 3rd-party integrations and finally Authorization headers, client secrets, local file paths, and stack traces. The issue may occur in any Kibana instance running an affected version that could potentially receive an unexpected error when communicating to Elasticsearch causing it to include sensitive data into Kibana error logs. It could also occur under specific circumstances when debug level logging is enabled in Kibana. Note: It was found that the fix for ESA-2023-25 in Kibana 8.11.1 for a similar issue was incomplete.
CVE-2023-46674 1 Elastic 1 Elasticsearch 2023-12-12 N/A 7.8 HIGH
An issue was identified that allowed the unsafe deserialization of java objects from hadoop or spark configuration properties that could have been modified by authenticated users. Elastic would like to thank Yakov Shafranovich, with Amazon Web Services for reporting this issue.
CVE-2021-37942 1 Elastic 1 Apm Java Agent 2023-12-10 N/A 7.8 HIGH
A local privilege escalation issue was found with the APM Java agent, where a user on the system could attach a malicious plugin to an application running the APM Java agent. By using this vulnerability, an attacker could execute code at a potentially higher level of permissions than their user typically has access to.
CVE-2021-22150 1 Elastic 1 Kibana 2023-12-10 N/A 7.2 HIGH
It was discovered that a user with Fleet admin permissions could upload a malicious package. Due to using an older version of the js-yaml library, this package would be loaded in an insecure manner, allowing an attacker to execute commands on the Kibana server.
CVE-2021-37937 1 Elastic 1 Elasticsearch 2023-12-10 N/A 8.8 HIGH
An issue was found with how API keys are created with the Fleet-Server service account. When an API key is created with a service account, it is possible that the API key could be created with higher privileges than intended. Using this vulnerability, a compromised Fleet-Server service account could escalate themselves to a super-user.
CVE-2021-22142 1 Elastic 1 Kibana 2023-12-10 N/A 8.8 HIGH
Kibana contains an embedded version of the Chromium browser that the Reporting feature uses to generate the downloadable reports. If a user with permissions to generate reports is able to render arbitrary HTML with this browser, they may be able to leverage known Chromium vulnerabilities to conduct further attacks. Kibana contains a number of protections to prevent this browser from rendering arbitrary content.
CVE-2021-22143 1 Elastic 1 Apm .net Agent 2023-12-10 N/A 4.3 MEDIUM
The Elastic APM .NET Agent can leak sensitive HTTP header information when logging the details during an application error. Normally, the APM agent will sanitize sensitive HTTP header details before sending the information to the APM server. During an application error it is possible the headers will not be sanitized before being sent.