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Jboss vulnerability Feb 20 2007 01:06PM
dexie tsn cc (4 replies)
Re: Jboss vulnerability (AUSCERT#2007d2feb) Feb 20 2007 11:48PM
AusCERT (auscert auscert org au)
Re: Jboss vulnerability Feb 20 2007 11:06PM
Javier Antunez (javier antunez gmail com)
Interesting issue...

Trying various URLs for fun in one of our lab's jboss, i found the following:

http://yoursitehere:port/web-console/ (opens the web
console of Jboss)
http://yoursitehere:port/jmx-console/ (opens the jmx
console of jboss)

Most common values for port are 80 and 8080

Browsing you can view some interesting information:

- Hostname, host Address, processor, OS name and version (view
org.jboss.system.server.ServerInfo)
- Work directories physical paths (view
org.jboss.system.server.ServerConfigImpl)
- And maybe more usefull information for an attacker

Reading about this in the jboss wiki, i find that this is the default
configuration, that is not secured by default.

Regards
Javier Antunez

On 20 Feb 2007 13:06:24 -0000, dexie (at) tsn (dot) cc [email concealed] <dexie (at) tsn (dot) cc [email concealed]> wrote:
> Just fired this off to USCERT, not pretty.
>
> ---------------------------- Original Message ----------------------------
> Subject: jboss vulnerability
> From: dexie (at) tsn (dot) cc [email concealed]
> Date: Tue, February 20, 2007 10:54 pm
> To: "cert (at) cert (dot) org [email concealed]" <cert (at) cert (dot) org [email concealed]>
> Cc: "soc (at) us-cert (dot) gov [email concealed]" <soc (at) us-cert (dot) gov [email concealed]>
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
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>
> Hi guys.
>
> I am an IT Security analyst in Canberra, Australia.
>
> I recently encountered an issue with jboss, which led me to do some Google
> enumeration...
>
> http://www.google.com.au/search?q=inurl:inspectMBean
>
> The search will pull up around 41500 results. Click on any of the links
> and you will gain access to the backend app (ie start/stop services,
> modify data,etc). I do not know if this will work in all cases, however I
> would recommend a good deal of caution if you do follow any of the links.
>
> Please let me know if you need any further info - I have nfi who to
> actually contact as auscert has no vulnerability reporting option and this
> is a first for me...
>
>
> Regards,
> Ben Dexter.
> +61 2 6207 0368
>
>
>

[ reply ]
Re: Jboss vulnerability Feb 20 2007 04:40PM
James Davis (jamesd cert ja net)
Re: Jboss vulnerability Feb 20 2007 04:30PM
Harry Hoffman (hhoffman ip-solutions net)


 

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