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An instance of a cross-site scripting vulnerability was identified to be present in the web based administration console on the queue.jsp page of Apache ActiveMQ versions 5.0.0 to 5.15.5. The root cause of this issue is improper data filtering of the QueueFilter parameter.
TLS hostname verification when using the Apache ActiveMQ Client before 5.15.6 was missing which could make the client vulnerable to a MITM attack between a Java application using the ActiveMQ client and the ActiveMQ server. This is now enabled by default.
When using the OpenWire protocol in ActiveMQ versions 5.14.0 to 5.15.2 it was found that certain system details (such as the OS and kernel version) are exposed as plain text.
In Apache ActiveMQ 5.x before 5.14.2, an instance of a cross-site scripting vulnerability was identified to be present in the web based administration console. The root cause of this issue is improper user data output validation.
XML external entity (XXE) vulnerability in Apache ActiveMQ 5.x before 5.10.1 allows remote consumers to have unspecified impact via vectors involving an XPath based selector when dequeuing XML messages.
The Hawtio console in A-MQ allows remote attackers to obtain sensitive information and perform other unspecified impact.
The Hawtio console in A-MQ does not set HTTPOnly or Secure attributes on cookies.
Cross-site request forgery (CSRF) vulnerability in the jolokia API in A-MQ.
The administration web console in Apache ActiveMQ 5.x before 5.11.4, 5.12.x before 5.12.3, and 5.13.x before 5.13.2 allows remote authenticated users to conduct cross-site scripting (XSS) attacks and consequently obtain sensitive information from a Java memory dump via vectors related to creating a queue.
The Fileserver web application in Apache ActiveMQ 5.x before 5.14.0 allows remote attackers to upload and execute arbitrary files via an HTTP PUT followed by an HTTP MOVE request.
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