CloudBees Security Advisory 2019-08-28
This advisory announces vulnerabilities in Jenkins, CloudBees Jenkins Distribution, CloudBees Jenkins Platform and CloudBees Core.
Stored XSS vulnerability in update center
SECURITY-1453 / CVE-2019-10383
Jenkins did not properly escape the update site URL in some status messages shown in the update center, resulting in a stored cross-site scripting vulnerability that is exploitable by administrators and affects other administrators.
Jenkins now escapes the update site URL in status messages shown in the update center.
CSRF protection tokens for anonymous users did not expire in some circumstances
SECURITY-1491 / CVE-2019-10384
Jenkins allowed the creation of CSRF tokens without a corresponding web session ID. This is the result of an incomplete fix for SECURITY-626 in the 2019-07-17 security advisory. This allowed attackers able to obtain a CSRF token without associated session ID to implement CSRF attacks with the following constraints:
The token had to be created for the anonymous user (and could only be used for actions the anonymous user can perform).
The victim’s IP address needed to remain unchanged (unless the proxy compatibility option was enabled).
The victim must not have a valid web session at the time of the attack.
CSRF token generation now creates a web session if none exists yet, so that the lack of a web session ID cannot be exploited.
|This fix may impact scripts that obtain a crumb from the crumb issuer API. They may need to be updated to retain the session ID for subsequent requests. For further information, see the LTS upgrade guide.|
As a workaround, administrators can remove any permissions granted to the anonymous user so that no privileged actions can be taken. Alternatively, the Strict Crumb Issuer Plugin can be used instead of the built-in default crumb issuer to prevent this issue, because the vulnerability is not present in the plugin.
Sandbox Bypass in Splunk Plugin
SECURITY-1294 / CVE-2019-10390
Splunk Plugin has a form validation HTTP endpoint used to validate a user-submitted Groovy script through compilation, which was not subject to sandbox protection. This allowed attackers with Overall/Read access to execute arbitrary code on the Jenkins master by applying AST transforming annotations such as
@Grab to source code elements.
The affected HTTP endpoint now applies a safe Groovy compiler configuration preventing the use of unsafe AST transforming annotations.
IBM Application Security on Cloud Plugin showed plain text password in job configuration form fields
SECURITY-1512 / CVE pending
IBM Application Security on Cloud Plugin stores service passwords in job configurations.
While the password is stored encrypted on disk, it was transmitted in plain text as part of the configuration form. This could result in exposure of the password through browser extensions, cross-site scripting vulnerabilities, and similar situations.
IBM Application Security on Cloud Plugin no longer transmits the password form field in plain text.
- CloudBees Traditional Platforms should be upgraded 184.108.40.206
- CloudBees Cloud Platforms should be upgraded 220.127.116.11
- CloudBees Jenkins Enterprise should be upgraded the Managed Masters and Operations Center to 18.104.22.168
- CloudBees Jenkins Platform (rolling train, CJP Operations Center and CJP Client Master (2.x.y.z) should be upgraded to version 22.214.171.124
- CloudBees Jenkins Platform (fixed train, CJP Operations Center and CJP Client Master (2.138.x.0.z) should be upgraded to version 126.96.36.199.1
- CloudBees Jenkins Platform (fixed train, CJP Operations Center and CJP Client Master (2.164.x.0.z) should be upgraded to version 188.8.131.52.1
- CloudBees Jenkins Distribution should be upgraded to version 184.108.40.206