CVE-2023-42661: JFrog Artifactory Improper Input Validation Leads to Arbitrary File Write

JFrog Release Information

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Paligo

CVE ID

Severity

Date Published

Date Updated

CVE-2023-42661

High

7 Mar 24

7 Mar 24

Description

JFrog Artifactory prior to version 7.76.2 is vulnerable to Arbitrary File Write of untrusted data, which may lead to DoS or Remote Code Execution when a specially crafted series of requests is sent by an authenticated user. This is due to insufficient validation of artifacts.

Severity

High

CVSSv3.1 Base Score: 7.2 AV:N/AC:L/PR:H/UI:N/S:U/C:H/I:H/A:H

Affected Products

Product

Affected Version

Patched Version

Artifactory (7.x)

Earlier than 7.76.2

7.76.2 or later (SaaS)

7.77.3 or later (On-prem)

Required Configuration for Exposure

This vulnerability affects all JFrog Artifactory deployments.

How to Fix

Cloud Environments: Affected Cloud environments have already been updated with a fixed version. No action is required for cloud instances.

Self Hosted Environments: To fix this issue, take the following action. Upgrade your version of Artifactory to one of the versions listed below:

Workarounds and Mitigations

No workarounds

Weakness Type

CWE-20: Improper Input validation

Acknowledgements

This issue was discovered and reported by Matthias Kaiser from Apple Information Security.

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