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Affected versions of Confluence Server before 7.11.0 allow attackers to identify internal hosts and ports via a blind server-side request forgery vulnerability in Team Calendars parameters.
The WidgetConnector plugin in Confluence Server and Confluence Data Center before version 5.8.6 allowed remote attackers to manipulate the content of internal network resources via a blind Server-Side Request Forgery (SSRF) vulnerability.
The ConfluenceResourceDownloadRewriteRule class in Confluence Server and Confluence Data Center before version 6.13.18, from 6.14.0 before 7.4.6, and from 7.5.0 before 7.8.3 allowed unauthenticated remote attackers to read arbitrary files within WEB-INF and META-INF directories via an incorrect path access check.
Affected versions of Atlassian Confluence Server and Data Center allow remote attackers to impact the application's availability via a Denial of Service (DoS) vulnerability in the avatar upload feature. The affected versions are before version 7.2.0.
Atlassian Confluence Server and Data Center before version 7.5.1 allowed remote attackers with system administration permissions to bypass velocity template injection mitigations via an injection vulnerability in custom user macros.
The attachment-uploading feature in Atlassian Confluence Server from version 6.14.0 through version 6.14.3, and version 6.15.0 before version 6.15.5 allows remote attackers to achieve stored cross-site- scripting (SXSS) via a malicious attachment with a modified `mimeType` parameter.
There was a man-in-the-middle (MITM) vulnerability present in the Confluence Previews plugin in Confluence Server and Confluence Data Center. This plugin was used to facilitate communication with the Atlassian Companion application. The Confluence Previews plugin in Confluence Server and Confluence Data Center communicated with the Companion application via the atlassian-domain-for-localhost-connections-only.com domain name, the DNS A record of which points at 127.0.0.1. Additionally, a signed certificate for the domain was publicly distributed with the Companion application. An attacker in the position to control DNS resolution of their victim could carry out a man-in-the-middle (MITM) attack between Confluence Server (or Confluence Data Center) and the atlassian-domain-for-localhost-connections-only.com domain intended to be used with the Companion application. This certificate has been revoked, however, usage of the atlassian-domain-for-localhost-connections-only.com domain name was still present in Confluence Server and Confluence Data Center. An attacker could perform the described attack by denying their victim access to certificate revocation information, and carry out a man-in-the-middle (MITM) attack to observe files being edited using the Companion application and/or modify them, and access some limited user information.
The Atlassian Troubleshooting and Support Tools plugin prior to version 1.17.2 allows an unprivileged user to initiate periodic log scans and send the results to a user-specified email address due to a missing authorization check. The email message may contain configuration information about the application that the plugin is installed into. A vulnerable version of the plugin is included with Bitbucket Server / Data Center before 6.6.0, Confluence Server / Data Center before 7.0.1, Jira Server / Data Center before 8.3.2, Crowd / Crowd Data Center before 3.6.0, Fisheye before 4.7.2, Crucible before 4.7.2, and Bamboo before 6.10.2.
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