[Onapsis Security Advisory 2011-009] Oracle JD Edwards JDENET SawKernel Remote Password Disclosure



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Onapsis Security Advisory 2011-009: Oracle JD Edwards JDENET SawKernel Remote Password Disclosure

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?1. Impact on Business
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By exploiting this vulnerability, a remote unauthenticated attacker might be able to obtain valid access credentials and access or modify all the
business information processed by the ERP system.
This would result in the total compromise of the ERP infrastructure.

- -- Risk Level: High


2. Advisory Information
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- -- Release Date: 2011-04-27

- -- Last Revised: 2011-04-27

- -- Security Advisory ID: ONAPSIS-2011-09

- -- Onapsis SVS ID: ONAPSIS-00031

- -- Researcher: Juan Pablo Perez Etchegoyen


3. Vulnerability Information
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- -- Vendor: ORACLE

- -- Affected Components:

* JD Edwards 9.0 EnterpriseOne Server + EnterpriseOne Tools 8.98
( older versions might be also affected)

- -- Vulnerability Class: Information Disclosure

- -- Remotely Exploitable: Yes

- -- Locally Exploitable: No

- -- Authentication Required: No

- -- Original Advisory: http://www.onapsis.com/resources/get.php?resid=adv_onapsis-2011-09


4. Affected Components Description
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JDENet is a network communication middleware that performs network communications workstation-to-server and server-to-server. It is used to call
remote functions, to authenticate users and transmit information between hosts in a JD Edwards environment.


5. Vulnerability Details
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It is possible for a remote and unauthenticated attacker to retrieve passwords of users that are allowed to login to the SAW Kernel (System
Administration Workbench Kernel) in default installations of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne servers.

As SAW users are allowed to, among other things, remotely execute commands on the server, the exploitation of this vulnerability leads to a full
compromise of the server.

Further technical details about this issue are not disclosed at this moment with the purpose of providing enough time to affected customers to patch
their systems and protect against the exploitation of the
described vulnerability.


6. Solution
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Apply Oracle Critical Patch update April ? 2010. More information available on http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/topics/security/cpuapr2011-301950.html
Onapsis strongly recommends Oracle customers to download the related security fixes and apply them to the affected components in order to reduce
business risks.


7. Report Timeline
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* 2010-09-20: Onapsis provides vulnerability information to Oracle.
* 2010-09-21: Oracle confirms reception of vulnerability submission.
* 2010-09-24: Oracle states vulnerability is under investigation.
* 2010-10-07: Oracle confirms vulnerability.
* 2011-04-19: Oracle releases fixes in CPU.
* 2011-04-27: Onapsis releases security advisory.


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About Onapsis
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