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'Cloud foundry elastic runtime'
Pivotal Cloud Foundry Elastic Runtime version 1.4.0 through 1.4.5, 1.5.0 through 1.5.11 and 1.6.0 through 1.6.11 is vulnerable to a remote information disclosure. It was found that original mitigation configuration instructions provided as part of CVE-2016-0708 were incomplete and could leave PHP Buildpack, Staticfile Buildpack and potentially other custom Buildpack applications vulnerable to remote information disclosure. Affected applications use automated buildpack detection, serve files directly from the root of the application and have a buildpack that matched after the Java Buildpack in the system buildpack priority when Java Buildpack versions 2.0 through 3.4 were present.
Applications in cf-release before 245 can be configured and pushed with a user-provided custom buildpack using a URL pointing to the buildpack. Although it is not recommended, a user can specify a credential in the URL (basic auth or OAuth) to access the buildpack through the CLI. For example, the user could include a GitHub username and password in the URL to access a private repo. Because the URL to access the buildpack is stored unencrypted, an operator with privileged access to the Cloud Controller database could view these credentials.
Cloud Foundry Runtime cf-release before 216, UAA before 2.5.2, and Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF) Elastic Runtime before 1.7.0 allow attackers to have unspecified impact via vectors involving emails with password recovery links, aka "Cross Domain Referer Leakage."
Cloud Foundry Runtime cf-release before 216, UAA before 2.5.2, and Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF) Elastic Runtime before 1.7.0 allow attackers to have unspecified impact by leveraging failure to expire password reset links.
The password change functionality in Cloud Foundry Runtime cf-release before 216, UAA before 2.5.2, and Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF) Elastic Runtime before 1.7.0 allow attackers to have unspecified impact by leveraging failure to expire existing sessions.
Cloud Foundry Runtime cf-release before 216, UAA before 2.5.2, and Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF) Elastic Runtime before 1.7.0 allow remote attackers to conduct cross-site request forgery (CSRF) attacks on PWS and log a user into an arbitrary account by leveraging lack of CSRF checks.
An issue was discovered in Pivotal PCF Elastic Runtime 1.8.x versions prior to 1.8.29 and 1.9.x versions prior to 1.9.7. Pivotal Cloud Foundry deployments using the Pivotal Account application are vulnerable to a flaw which allows an authorized user to take over the account of another user, causing account lockout and potential escalation of privileges.
An issue was discovered in Pivotal PCF Elastic Runtime 1.6.x versions prior to 1.6.65, 1.7.x versions prior to 1.7.48, 1.8.x versions prior to 1.8.28, and 1.9.x versions prior to 1.9.5. Several credentials were present in the logs for the Notifications errand in the PCF Elastic Runtime tile.
An issue was discovered in Pivotal PCF Elastic Runtime 1.6.x versions prior to 1.6.60, 1.7.x versions prior to 1.7.41, 1.8.x versions prior to 1.8.23, and 1.9.x versions prior to 1.9.1. Incomplete validation logic in JSON Web Token (JWT) libraries can allow unprivileged attackers to impersonate other users in multiple components included in PCF Elastic Runtime, aka an "Unauthenticated JWT signing algorithm in multiple components" issue.
The UAA reset password flow in Cloud Foundry release v236 and earlier versions, UAA release v3.3.0 and earlier versions, all versions of Login-server, UAA release v10 and earlier versions and Pivotal Elastic Runtime versions prior to 1.7.2 is vulnerable to a brute force attack due to multiple active codes at a given time. This vulnerability is applicable only when using the UAA internal user store for authentication. Deployments enabled for integration via SAML or LDAP are not affected.
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