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Jfrog Artifactory uses default passwords (such as "password") for administrative accounts and does not require users to change them. This may allow unauthorized network-based attackers to completely compromise of Jfrog Artifactory. This issue affects Jfrog Artifactory versions prior to 6.17.0.
Jenkins Artifactory Plugin 3.6.0 and earlier transmits configured passwords in plain text as part of its global Jenkins configuration form, potentially resulting in their exposure.
Jenkins Artifactory Plugin 3.5.0 and earlier stores its Artifactory server password unencrypted in its global configuration file on the Jenkins master where it can be viewed by users with access to the master file system.
In JFrog Artifactory before 6.18, it is not possible to restrict either system or repository imports by any admin user in the enterprise, which can lead to "undesirable results."
In JFrog Artifactory 5.x and 6.x, insecure FreeMarker template processing leads to remote code execution, e.g., by modifying a .ssh/authorized_keys file. Patches are available for various versions between 5.11.8 and 6.16.0. The issue exists because use of the DefaultObjectWrapper class makes certain Java functions accessible to a template.
A cross-site request forgery vulnerability in Jenkins Artifactory Plugin 3.2.2 and earlier in ReleaseAction#doSubmit, GradleReleaseApiAction#doStaging, MavenReleaseApiAction#doStaging, and UnifiedPromoteBuildAction#doSubmit allowed attackers to schedule a release build, perform release staging for Gradle and Maven projects, and promote previously staged builds, respectively.
A missing permission check in Jenkins Artifactory Plugin 3.2.3 and earlier in various 'fillCredentialsIdItems' methods allowed users with Overall/Read access to enumerate credentials ID of credentials stored in Jenkins.
A missing permission check in Jenkins Artifactory Plugin 3.2.2 and earlier in ArtifactoryBuilder.DescriptorImpl#doTestConnection allowed users with Overall/Read access to connect to an attacker-specified URL using attacker-specified credentials IDs obtained through another method, capturing credentials stored in Jenkins.
A cross-site request forgery vulnerability in Jenkins Artifactory Plugin 3.2.2 and earlier in ArtifactoryBuilder.DescriptorImpl#doTestConnection allowed users with Overall/Read access to connect to an attacker-specified URL using attacker-specified credentials IDs obtained through another method, capturing credentials stored in Jenkins.
JFrog Artifactory Pro 6.5.9 has Incorrect Access Control.
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