Primekey : Security Vulnerabilities CVSS score >= 3

An issue was discovered in EJBCA before 6.15.2.6 and 7.x before 7.3.1.2. In several sections of code, the verification of serialized objects sent between nodes (connected via the Peers protocol) allows insecure objects to be deserialized.
Max Base Score
9.8
Published 2020-04-08
Updated 2020-04-08
EPSS 0.46%
An issue was discovered in Keyfactor PrimeKey EJBCA before 7.9.0, related to possible inconsistencies in DNS identifiers submitted in an ACME order and the corresponding CSR submitted during finalization. During the ACME enrollment process, an order is submitted containing an identifier for one or multiple dnsNames. These are validated properly in the ACME challenge. However, if the validation passes, a non-compliant client can include additional dnsNames the CSR sent to the finalize endpoint, resulting in EJBCA issuing a certificate including the identifiers that were not validated. This occurs even if the certificate profile is configured to not allow a DN override by the CSR.
Max Base Score
9.8
Published 2022-09-14
Updated 2022-09-16
EPSS 0.11%
An issue was discovered in EJBCA before 6.15.2.6 and 7.x before 7.3.1.2. A Cross Site Request Forgery (CSRF) issue has been found in the CA UI.
Max Base Score
8.8
Published 2020-04-08
Updated 2020-04-08
EPSS 0.07%
An issue was discovered in PrimeKey EJBCA 6.x and 7.x before 7.4.1. When using a client certificate to enroll over the EST protocol, no revocation check is performed on that certificate. This vulnerability can only affect a system that has EST configured, uses client certificates to authenticate enrollment, and has had such a certificate revoked. This certificate needs to belong to a role that is authorized to enroll new end entities. (To completely mitigate this problem prior to upgrade, remove any revoked client certificates from their respective roles.)
Max Base Score
7.3
Published 2020-09-11
Updated 2020-09-16
EPSS 0.09%
An issue was discovered in EJBCA before 6.15.2.6 and 7.x before 7.3.1.2. The External Command Certificate Validator, which allows administrators to upload external linters to validate certificates, is supposed to save uploaded test certificates to the server. An attacker who has gained access to the CA UI could exploit this to upload malicious scripts to the server. (Risks associated with this issue alone are negligible unless a malicious user already has gained access to the CA UI through other means, as a trusted user is already trusted to upload scripts by virtue of having access to the validator.)
Max Base Score
7.2
Published 2020-04-08
Updated 2021-07-21
EPSS 0.10%
An issue was discovered in EJBCA before 6.15.2.6 and 7.x before 7.3.1.2. An error state can be generated in the CA UI by a malicious user. This, in turn, allows exploitation of other bugs. This follow-on exploitation can lead to privilege escalation and remote code execution. (This is exploitable only when at least one accessible port lacks a requirement for client certificate authentication. These ports are 8442 or 8080 in a standard installation.)
Max Base Score
6.5
Published 2020-04-08
Updated 2021-07-21
EPSS 0.09%
An issue was discovered in EJBCA before 6.15.2.6 and 7.x before 7.3.1.2. Two Cross Side Scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities have been found in the Public Web and the Certificate/CRL download servlets.
Max Base Score
6.1
Published 2020-04-08
Updated 2020-04-08
EPSS 0.08%
An issue was discovered in PrimeKey EJBCA before 7.6.0. CMP RA Mode can be configured to use a known client certificate to authenticate enrolling clients. The same RA client certificate is used for revocation requests as well. While enrollment enforces multi tenancy constraints (by verifying that the client certificate has access to the CA and Profiles being enrolled against), this check was not performed when authenticating revocation operations, allowing a known tenant to revoke a certificate belonging to another tenant.
Max Base Score
5.4
Published 2021-08-25
Updated 2021-09-07
EPSS 0.07%
An issue was discovered in EJBCA before 6.15.2.6 and 7.x before 7.3.1.2. It is intended to support restriction of available remote protocols (CMP, ACME, REST, etc.) through the system configuration. These restrictions can be bypassed by modifying the URI string from a client. (EJBCA's internal access control restrictions are still in place, and each respective protocol must be configured to allow for enrollment.)
Max Base Score
5.3
Published 2020-04-08
Updated 2020-04-08
EPSS 0.08%
An XSS was identified in the Admin Web interface of PrimeKey SignServer before 5.8.1. JavaScript code must be used in a worker name before a Generate CSR request. Only an administrator can update a worker name.
Max Base Score
4.8
Published 2022-03-21
Updated 2022-03-28
EPSS 0.05%
PrimeKey EJBCA 7.9.0.2 Community allows stored XSS in the End Entity section. A user with the RA Administrator role can inject an XSS payload to target higher-privilege users.
Max Base Score
4.8
Published 2023-01-01
Updated 2023-01-09
EPSS 0.05%
An issue exists in PrimeKey EJBCA before 7.4.3 when enrolling with EST while proxied through an RA over the Peers protocol. As a part of EJBCA's domain security model, the peer connector allows the restriction of client certificates (for the RA, not the end user) to a limited set of allowed CAs, thus restricting the accessibility of that RA to the rights it has within a specific role. While this works for other protocols such as CMP, it was found that the EJBCA enrollment over an EST implementation bypasses this check, allowing enrollment with a valid client certificate through any functioning and authenticated RA connected to the CA. NOTE: an attacker must already have a trusted client certificate and authorization to enroll against the targeted CA.
Max Base Score
4.3
Published 2020-11-19
Updated 2020-12-03
EPSS 0.05%
An issue was discovered in PrimeKey EJBCA before 7.6.0. When audit logging changes to the alias configurations of various protocols that use an enrollment secret, any modifications to the secret were logged in cleartext in the audit log (that can only be viewed by an administrator). This affects use of any of the following protocols: SCEP, CMP, or EST.
Max Base Score
4.0
Published 2021-08-25
Updated 2021-09-07
EPSS 0.05%
An issue was discovered in PrimeKey EJBCA before 7.6.0. As part of the configuration of the aliases for SCEP, CMP, EST, and Auto-enrollment, the enrollment secret was reflected on a page (that can only be viewed by an administrator). While hidden from direct view, checking the page source would reveal the secret.
Max Base Score
3.5
Published 2021-08-25
Updated 2022-07-12
EPSS 0.05%
14 vulnerabilities found
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