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JFrog Artifactory Pro 6.5.9 has Incorrect Access Control.
An issue was discovered in JFrog Artifactory 6.7.3. By default, the access-admin account is used to reset the password of the admin account in case an administrator gets locked out from the Artifactory console. This is only allowable from a connection directly from localhost, but providing a X-Forwarded-For HTTP header to the request allows an unauthenticated user to login with the default credentials of the access-admin account while bypassing the whitelist of allowed IP addresses. The access-admin account can use Artifactory's API to request authentication tokens for all users including the admin account and, in turn, assume full control of all artifacts and repositories managed by Artifactory.
An insufficiently protected credentials vulnerability exists in Jenkins Artifactory Plugin 2.16.1 and earlier in ArtifactoryBuilder.java, CredentialsConfig.java that allows attackers with local file system access to obtain old credentials configured for the plugin before it integrated with Credentials Plugin.
JFrog Artifactory before 4.11 allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via an LDAP attribute with a crafted serialized Java object, aka LDAP entry poisoning.
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