Last updated on July 28th, 2022 at 12:44 am
Jira and Jira Service Management products developed by Atlassian have been identified to be affected by an authentication bypass vulnerability that exists in Jira Seraph, the web application security framework. In Seraph, Jira, and Confluence, it is a security and authentication framework used to process all login and logout requests.
The vulnerability, tracked with code CVE-2022-0540, allows a remote threat actor to bypass authentication by sending a specially crafted HTTP request to vulnerable endpoints.
The vulnerability, rated as critical, affects Jira Core Server, Software Data Center, Software Server, Service Management Server, and Management Data Center solutions. The versions of the affected solutions are as follows:
- Jira Core Server, Software Server, and Software Data Center before 8.13.18, 8.14.x, 8.15.x, 8.16.x, 8.17.x, 8.18.x, 8.19.x, 8.20.x before 8.20.6 and 8.21.x versions are affected.
- Jira Service Management Server versions earlier than 4.13.18 and Management Data Center, 4.14.x, 4.15.x, 4.16.x, 4.17.x, 4.18.x, 4.19.x, 4.20.x and earlier than 4.20.6 Versions 4.21.x are affected.
It is known that security vulnerability does not affect versions of Jira and Jira Service Management Cloud. Atlassian releases security updates for affected versions. Users who use vulnerable versions are advised to immediately upgrade to the current releases to not be the target of attacks that can be carried out using this vulnerability.