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CVE-2022-41923 Grails Spring Security Core plugin is vulnerable to privilege escalation. The vulnerability allows an attacker access to one endpoint (i.e. the targeted endpoint) using the authorization requirements of a different endpoint (i.e. the donor endpoint). In some Grails framework applications, access to the targeted endpoint will be granted based on meeting the authorization requirements of the donor endpoint, which can result in a privilege escalation attack. This vulnerability has been patched in grails-spring-security-core versions 3.3.2, 4.0.5 and 5.1.1. Impacted Applications: Grails Spring Security Core plugin versions: 1.x 2.x >=3.0.0 <3.3.2 >=4.0.0 <4.0.5 >=5.0.0 <5.1.1 We strongly suggest that all Grails framework applications using the Grails Spring Security Core plugin be updated to a patched release of the plugin. Workarounds: Users should create a subclass extending one of the following classes from the `grails.plugin.springsecurity.web.access.intercept` package, depending on their security configuration: * `AnnotationFilterInvocationDefinition` * `InterceptUrlMapFilterInvocationDefinition` * `RequestmapFilterInvocationDefinition` In each case, the subclass should override the `calculateUri` method like so: ``` @Override protected String calculateUri(HttpServletRequest request) { UrlPathHelper.defaultInstance.getRequestUri(request) } ``` This should be considered a temporary measure, as the patched versions of grails-spring-security-core deprecates the `calculateUri` method. Once upgraded to a patched version of the plugin, this workaround is no longer needed. The workaround is especially important for version 2.x, as no patch is available version 2.x of the GSSC plugin.
CVE-2022-35912 In grails-databinding in Grails before 3.3.15, 4.x before 4.1.1, 5.x before 5.1.9, and 5.2.x before 5.2.1 (at least when certain Java 8 configurations are used), data binding allows a remote attacker to execute code by gaining access to the class loader.
CVE-2019-12728 Grails before 3.3.10 used cleartext HTTP to resolve the SDKMan notification service. NOTE: users' apps were not resolving dependencies over cleartext HTTP.
CVE-2018-17605 An issue was discovered in the Asset Pipeline plugin before 3.0.4 for Grails. An attacker can perform directory traversal via a crafted request when a servlet-based application is executed in Jetty, because there is a classloader vulnerability that can allow a reverse file traversal route in AssetPipelineFilter.groovy or AssetPipelineFilterCore.groovy.
CVE-2018-1000817 Asset Pipeline Grails Plugin Asset-pipeline plugin version Prior to, 2.15.1 and 3.0.6 contains a Incorrect Access Control vulnerability in Applications deployed in Jetty that can result in Download .class files and any arbitrary file. This attack appear to be exploitable via Specially crafted GET request containing directory traversal from assets-pipeline context. This vulnerability appears to have been fixed in (for Grails 2.x), 2.15.1 (for Grails 3 and Java 7) and 3.0.6 (for Grails 3 and Java 8).
CVE-2018-1000529 Grails Fields plugin version 2.2.7 contains a Cross Site Scripting (XSS) vulnerability in Using the display tag that can result in XSS . This vulnerability appears to have been fixed in 2.2.8.
CVE-2017-6344 XML External Entity (XXE) vulnerability in Grails PDF Plugin 0.6 allows remote attackers to read arbitrary files via a crafted XML document.
CVE-2016-6521 Cross-site request forgery (CSRF) vulnerability in Grails console (aka Grails Debug Console and Grails Web Console) 2.0.7, 1.5.10, and earlier allows remote attackers to hijack the authentication of users for requests that execute arbitrary Groovy code via unspecified vectors.
CVE-2014-3626 The Grails Resource Plugin often has to exchange URIs for resources with other internal components. Those other components will decode any URI passed to them. To protect against directory traversal the Grails Resource Plugin did the following: normalized the URI, checked the normalized URI did not step outside the appropriate root directory (e.g. the web application root), decoded the URI and checked that this did not introduce additional /../ (and similar) sequences. A bug was introduced where the Grails Resource Plugin before 1.2.13 returned the decoded version of the URI rather than the normalized version of the URI after the directory traversal check. This exposed a double decoding vulnerability. To address this issue, the Grails Resource Plugin now repeatedly decodes the URI up to three times or until decoding no longer changes the URI. If the decode limit of 3 is exceeded the URI is rejected. A side-effect of this is that the Grails Resource Plugin is unable to serve a resource that includes a '%' character in the full path to the resource. Not all environments are vulnerable because of the differences in URL resolving in different servlet containers. Applications deployed to Tomcat 8 and Jetty 9 were found not not be vulnerable, however applications deployed to JBoss EAP 6.3 / JBoss AS 7.4 and JBoss AS 7.1 were found to be vulnerable (other JBoss versions weren't tested). In certain cases JBoss returns JBoss specific vfs protocol urls from URL resolution methods (ClassLoader.getResources). The JBoss vfs URL protocol supports resolving any file on the filesystem. This made the directory traversal possible. There may be other containers, in addition to JBoss, on which this vulnerability is exposed.
CVE-2014-2858 Directory traversal vulnerability in the Resources plugin 1.0.0 before 1.2.6 for Pivotal Grails 2.0.0 through 2.3.6 allows remote attackers to obtain sensitive information via unspecified vectors related to a "configured block." NOTE: this issue was SPLIT from CVE-2014-0053 per ADT2 due to different vulnerability types.
CVE-2014-2857 The default configuration of the Resources plugin 1.0.0 before 1.2.6 for Pivotal Grails 2.0.0 through 2.3.6 does not properly restrict access to files in the META-INF directory, which allows remote attackers to obtain sensitive information via a direct request. NOTE: this issue was SPLIT from CVE-2014-0053 due to different researchers per ADT5.
CVE-2014-0053 The default configuration of the Resources plugin 1.0.0 before 1.2.6 for Pivotal Grails 2.0.0 before 2.3.6 does not properly restrict access to files in the WEB-INF directory, which allows remote attackers to obtain sensitive information via a direct request. NOTE: this identifier has been SPLIT due to different researchers and different vulnerability types. See CVE-2014-2857 for the META-INF variant and CVE-2014-2858 for the directory traversal.
CVE-2012-1833 VMware SpringSource Grails before 1.3.8, and 2.x before 2.0.2, does not properly restrict data binding, which might allow remote attackers to bypass intended access restrictions and modify arbitrary object properties via a crafted request parameter to an application.
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