000038396 - RSA Adaptive Authentication (on Premise) 7.1 P6 False Positive Security Vulnerabilities

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Article Number000038396
Applies ToRSA Adaptive Authentication (on Premise) 7.1 P6
CVE IDCVE-2015-0899, CVE-2016-0785, CVE-2011-3923
Article SummaryThis article provides a list of security vulnerabilities that cannot be exploited on RSA Adaptive Authentication (on Premise), but which may be identified by security scanners.
Link to AdvisoriesEach CVE ID listed can be searched using the following link: https://web.nvd.nist.gov/view/vuln/search. Once there, you can search for each CVE ID referenced in this article for more details.
Alert ImpactNot Applicable
Alert Impact ExplanationThe vulnerabilities that are listed in the table below are in order by the date on which RSA Adaptive Authentication Engineering determined that RSA Adaptive Authentication (on Premise) 7.1 SP6 was not vulnerable.
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Embedded ComponentCVE IDSummary of VulnerabilityReason why Product is not VulnerableDate Determined False Positive
Apache StrutsCVE-2015-0899The MultiPageValidator implementation in Apache Struts 1 1.1 through 1.3.10 allows remote attackers to bypass intended access restrictions using a modified page parameter.
    Does not affect RSA Adaptive Authentication (on Premise) version 7.1 P6 as we do not use the functionality or do not meet the criteria’s listed in the CVE.
30 January, 2020
Apache Struts
    
   CVE-2016-0785
Apache Struts 2.x before 2.3.28 allows remote attackers to run arbitrary code by a "%{}" sequence in a tag attribute, aka forced double OGNL evaluation. .Does not affect RSA Adaptive Authentication (on Premise) version 7.1 P6 as we do not use the functionality or do not meet the criteria’s listed in the CVE.30 January, 2020
Apache Struts
    CVE-2011-3923
Apache Struts before 2.3.1.2 allows remote attackers to bypass security protections in the Parameter Interceptor class and run arbitrary commandsRSA Adaptive Authentication (on Premise) version 7.1 P6 is not impacted by this vulnerability as we use Spring Web jar and Spring-web internally mitigates this vulnerability.    30 January, 2020

 

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