RHQ Mongo DB Drift Server vulnerability

Overview :
An insecurity temporary file vulnerability exists in RHQ Mongo DB Drift Server through 2013-09-25 when unpacking zipped files.
Affected Product(s) :
  • RHQ Mongo DB Drift Server
Vulnerability Details :
CVE ID : CVE-2013-4374
A flaw was identified in how MongoDBDriftServer instances saved change sets. When unpacking a given zip file, the saveChangeSetFiles method creates and extracts to a predictable temporary directory. Once extracted all files in this directory are stored. This allows a local attacker to provide their own change set to be imported into the server instance.

Solution :
This depends mostly on the Impact of the vulnerability and the Life Cycle phase in which your product is currently in. Overall, you have the following options:

  • Upgrade to a supported product version that includes a fix for this vulnerability (recommended)
  • Apply a mitigation (if one exists)
  • Open a support case to request a prioritization of releasing a fix for this vulnerability

 

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