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Forum Thread: Oracle Java Multiple Vulnerabilities

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Oracle Java Multiple Vulnerabilities

Secunia Oracle Java Multiple Vulnerabilities
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Multiple vulnerabilities have been reported in Oracle Java, which can be exploited by malicious local users to gain escalated privileges and by malicious people to disclose certain sensitive information, manipulate certain data, cause a DoS (Denial of Service), and compromise a vulnerable system.

1) An unspecified error in the 2D component of the client and server deployment can be exploited to potentially execute arbitrary code.

2) An unspecified error in the 2D component of the client and server deployment can be exploited to potentially execute arbitrary code.

3) An unspecified error in the AWT component of the client deployment can be exploited to potentially execute arbitrary code.

4) An unspecified error in the AWT component of the client deployment can be exploited to potentially execute arbitrary code.

5) An unspecified error in the AWT component of the client and server deployment can be exploited to potentially execute arbitrary code.

6) An unspecified error in the CORBA component of the client deployment can be exploited to potentially execute arbitrary code.

7) An unspecified error in the CORBA component of the client deployment can be exploited to potentially execute arbitrary code.

8) An unspecified error in the CORBA component of the client deployment can be exploited to potentially execute arbitrary code.

9) An unspecified error in the Deployment component of the client deployment can be exploited to potentially execute arbitrary code.

10) An unspecified error in the Deployment component of the client deployment can be exploited to potentially execute arbitrary code.

11) An unspecified error in the Deployment component of the client deployment can be exploited to potentially execute arbitrary code.

12) An unspecified error in the JMX component of the client deployment can be exploited to potentially execute arbitrary code.

13) An unspecified error in the JavaFX component of the client deployment can be exploited to potentially execute arbitrary code.

14) An unspecified error in the Libraries component of the client deployment can be exploited to potentially execute arbitrary code.

15) An unspecified error in the Libraries component of the client deployment can be exploited to potentially execute arbitrary code.

16) An unspecified error in the Libraries component of the client deployment can be exploited to potentially execute arbitrary code.

17) An unspecified error in the Scripting component of the client deployment can be exploited to potentially execute arbitrary code.

18) An unspecified error in the Sound component of the client deployment can be exploited to potentially execute arbitrary code.

19) An unspecified error in the Beans component of the client deployment can be exploited to potentially execute arbitrary code.

20) An unspecified error in the CORBA component of the client deployment can be exploited to potentially execute arbitrary code.

21) An unspecified error in the Deployment component of the client deployment can be exploited to potentially execute arbitrary code.

22) An unspecified error in the Deployment component of the client deployment can be exploited to potentially execute arbitrary code.

23) An unspecified error in the Deployment component of the client deployment can be exploited to disclose and manipulate certain data and cause a DoS.

24) An unspecified error in the Install component of the client deployment can be exploited by a local user to gain escalated privileges.

25) An unspecified error in the AWT component of the client deployment can be exploited to disclose and manipulate certain data.

26) An unspecified error in the Deployment component of the client deployment can be exploited to disclose certain data.

27) An unspecified error in the Deployment component of the client deployment can be exploited to manipulate certain data.

28) An unspecified error in the JAX-WS component of the client deployment can be exploited to disclose certain data.

29) An unspecified error in the JAXP component of the client deployment can be exploited to disclose certain data.

30) An unspecified error in the JMX component of the client deployment can be exploited to disclose certain data.

31) An unspecified error in the JMX component of the client deployment can be exploited to disclose certain data.

32) An unspecified error in the Libraries component of the client deployment can be exploited to manipulate certain data.

33) An unspecified error in the Libraries component of the client deployment can be exploited to manipulate certain data.

34) An unspecified error in the Networking component of the client deployment can be exploited to manipulate certain data.

35) An unspecified error in the RMI component of the client deployment can be exploited to manipulate certain data.

36) An unspecified error in the JSSE component of the server deployment can be exploited via SSL/TLS to cause a DoS.

37) An unspecified error in the Deployment component of the client deployment can be exploited to disclose certain data.

38) An unspecified error in the JSSE component of the client deployment can be exploited via SSL/TLS to disclose and manipulate certain data.

The vulnerabilities are reported in the following products:
* JDK and JRE 7 Update 11 and earlier.
* JDK and JRE 6 Update 38 and earlier.
* JDK and JRE 5.0 Update 38 and earlier.
* SDK and JRE 1.4.2_40 and earlier.

Lanan_Makz RE: Oracle Java Multiple Vulnerabilities
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Last edited on 4th Feb, 2013 10:25
Why extremely critical??
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ddmarshall RE: Oracle Java Multiple Vulnerabilities
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To be extremely critical a vulnerability has to be
1: exploitable without any user interaction
2: have exploits being used in attacks
http://secunia.com/community/advisories/terminolog...


According to Oracle, both these conditions are satisfied. See: http://krebsonsecurity.com/2013/02/critical-java-u...

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Anthony Wells RE: Oracle Java Multiple Vulnerabilities
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Hello ,

For Support , for your information , the PSI version 2.0.0.3003 is not yet showing the vulnerability after a full scan .

Take care

Anthony

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E.Jeppesen RE: Oracle Java Multiple Vulnerabilities
Secunia Official 4th Feb, 2013 13:46
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Hi Anthony
I have been unable to reproduce the issue. Please try a rescan and see if our latest update to our version rules for Java should have fixed the issue.


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