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The Cloud Controller and Router in Cloud Foundry (CAPI-release capi versions prior to v1.32.0, Routing-release versions prior to v0.159.0, CF-release versions prior to v267) do not validate the issuer on JSON Web Tokens (JWTs) from UAA. With certain multi-zone UAA configurations, zone administrators are able to escalate their privileges.
An issue was discovered in Cloud Foundry Foundation cf-release v255 and Staticfile buildpack versions v1.4.0 - v1.4.3. A regression introduced in the Static file build pack causes the Staticfile.auth configuration to be ignored when the Static file file is not present in the application root. Applications containing a Staticfile.auth file but not a Static file had their basic auth turned off when an operator upgraded the Static file build pack in the foundation to one of the vulnerable versions. Note that Static file applications without a Static file are technically misconfigured, and will not successfully detect unless the Static file build pack is explicitly specified.
An issue was discovered in Cloud Foundry Foundation routing-release versions prior to 0.142.0 and cf-release versions 203 to 231. Incomplete validation logic in JSON Web Token (JWT) libraries can allow unprivileged attackers to impersonate other users to the routing API, aka an "Unauthenticated JWT signing algorithm in routing" issue.
An issue was discovered in Cloud Foundry Foundation Cloud Foundry release versions prior to v245 and cf-mysql-release versions prior to v31. A command injection vulnerability was discovered in a common script used by many Cloud Foundry components. A malicious user may exploit numerous vectors to execute arbitrary commands on servers running Cloud Foundry.
The Cloud Controller in Cloud Foundry cf-release versions prior to v255 allows authenticated developer users to exceed memory and disk quotas for tasks.
An issue was discovered in Cloud Foundry Foundation cf-release versions prior to v250 and CAPI-release versions prior to v1.12.0. Cloud Foundry logs the credentials returned from service brokers in Cloud Controller system component logs. These logs are written to disk and often sent to a log aggregator via syslog.
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