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The remote application server is affected by multiple vulnerabilities.
IBM WebSphere Application Server 6.1 before Fix Pack 43 appears to be
running on the remote host. As such, it is potentially affected by
the following vulnerabilities :
- An unspecified error exists related to WS-Security
enabled JAX-RPC applications. (PM45181)
- Insecure file permissions are applied to the files in
the '$WAS_HOME/systemapps/isclite.ear' and
'$WAS_HOME/bin/client_ffdc' directories. These
permissions can allow a local attacker read or write
files in those directories. Note this issue only
affects the application on the IBM i operating system.
- An error exists in the class
'javax.naming.directory.AttributeInUseException' and can
allow old passwords to still provide access. This error
is triggered when passwords are updated by using IBM
Tivoli Directory Server. (PM52049)
- Unspecified cross-site scripting issues exist related to
the administrative console. (PM52274, PM53132)
- SSL client certificate authentication can be bypassed
when all of the following are true (PM52351) :
- SSL is enabled with 'SSLEnable'
- SSL client authentication is enabled with
'SSLClientAuth required_reset'. This is not enabled
by default. Also note, 'SSLClientAuth required' is
- SSLv2 has not been disabled with
- 'SSLClientAuthRequire' is not enabled
- An issue related to the weak randomization of Java hash
data structures can allow a remote attacker to cause a
denial of service with maliciously crafted POST requests.
See also :
If using WebSphere Application Server, apply Fix Pack 43 (126.96.36.199) or
Otherwise, if using embedded WebSphere Application Server packaged with
Tivoli Directory Server, apply the latest recommended eWAS fix pack.
Risk factor :
Medium / CVSS Base Score : 5.0
CVSS Temporal Score : 4.3
Public Exploit Available : true
Family: Web Servers
Nessus Plugin ID: 58594 ()
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