Stack-based buffer overflow in the Apache Connector (mod_wl) in Oracle WebLogic Server (formerly BEA WebLogic Server) 10.3 and earlier allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via a long HTTP version string, as demonstrated by a string after "POST /.jsp" in an HTTP request.
BEA Tuxedo 8.0 before RP392 and 8.1 before RP293, and WebLogic Enterprise 5.1 before RP174, echo the password in cleartext, which allows physically proximate attackers to obtain sensitive information via the (1) cnsbind, (2) cnsunbind, or (3) cnsls commands.
The embedded LDAP server in BEA WebLogic Server and Express 8.1 through Service Pack 4, and 7.0 through Service Pack 5, allows remote anonymous binds, which may allow remote attackers to view user entries or cause a denial of service.
Multiple cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities in BEA WebLogic Server and Express 8.1 through Service Pack 4, and 7.0 through Service Pack 6, allow remote attackers to inject arbitrary web script or HTML, and possibly gain administrative privileges, via the (1) j_username or (2) j_password parameters in the login page (LoginForm.jsp), (3) parameters to the error page in the Administration Console, (4) unknown vectors in the Server Console while the administrator has an active session to obtain the ADMINCONSOLESESSION cookie, or (5) an alternate vector in the Server Console that does not require an active session but also leaks the username and password.
The cluster cookie parsing code in BEA WebLogic Server 7.0 through Service Pack 5 attempts to contact any host or port specified in a cookie, even when it is not in the cluster, which allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (cluster slowdown) via modified cookies.
The UserLogin control in BEA WebLogic Portal 8.1 through Service Pack 3 prints the password to standard output when an incorrect login attempt is made, which could make it easier for attackers to guess the correct password.
BEA WebLogic Server and WebLogic Express 8.1 through Service Pack 3 and 7.0 through Service Pack 5 does not properly handle when a security provider throws an exception, which may cause WebLogic to use incorrect identity for the thread, or to fail to audit security exceptions.
BEA WebLogic Server and WebLogic Express 6.1, 7.0, and 8.1, when using Remote Method Invocation (RMI) over Internet Inter-ORB Protocol (IIOP), does not properly handle when multiple logins for different users coming from the same client, which could cause an "unexpected user identity" to be used in an RMI call.
BEA WebLogic Server and WebLogic Express 7.0 through 7.0 Service Pack 4, and 8.1 through 8.1 Service Pack 2, allows attackers to obtain the username and password for booting the server by directly accessing certain internal methods.
Race condition in BEA WebLogic Server and Express 5.1 through 220.127.116.11, when using in-memory session replication or replicated stateful session beans, causes the same buffer to be provided to two users, which could allow one user to see session data that was intended for another user.
BEA WebLogic Express and WebLogic Server 7.0 and 18.104.22.168, stores passwords in plaintext when a keystore is used to store a private key or trust certificate authorities, which allows local users to gain access.
BEA WebLogic Server and WebLogic Express 6.1, 7.0, and 8.1, with RMI and anonymous admin lookup enabled, allows remote attackers to obtain configuration information by accessing MBeanHome via the Java Naming and Directory Interface (JNDI).
BEA WebLogic Server and Express 7.0 and 22.214.171.124 stores certain secrets concerning password encryption insecurely in config.xml, filerealm.properties, and weblogic-rar.xml, which allows local users to learn those secrets and decrypt passwords.
Weblogic.admin for BEA WebLogic Server and Express 7.0 and 126.96.36.199 displays the JDBCConnectionPoolRuntimeMBean password to the screen in cleartext, which allows attackers to read a user's password by physically observing ("shoulder surfing") the screen.
The Node Manager for BEA WebLogic Express and Server 6.1 through 8.1 SP 1 allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (Node Manager crash) via malformed data to the Node Manager's port, as demonstrated by nmap.
BEA WebLogic Express and Server 7.0 through 8.1 SP 1, under certain circumstances when a request to use T3 over SSL (t3s) is made to the insecure T3 port, may use a non-SSL connection for the communication, which could allow attackers to sniff sessions.
BEA WebLogic Server and Express 7.0 and 188.8.131.52, when using "memory" session persistence for web applications, does not clear authentication information when a web application is redeployed, which could allow users of that application to gain access without having to re-authenticate.
BEA WebLogic Server and Express 6.0 through 7.0 does not properly restrict access to certain internal servlets that perform administrative functions, which allows remote attackers to read arbitrary files or execute arbitrary code.
BEA WebLogic Server and Express 6.1 through 184.108.40.206 buffers HTTP requests in a way that can cause BEA to send the same response for two different HTTP requests, which could allow remote attackers to obtain sensitive information that was intended for other users.
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