000031081 - Impact of Sping Framework CVE-2011-2730 on RSA Access Manager

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Article Number000031081
Applies ToRSA Access Manager (AxM) 6.2
CVE IDCVE-2011-2730
Scanning Tool and VersionBlack Duck
Article SummaryIs Access Manager vulnerable to CVE-2011-2730 as it contains the spring-core-3.0.3.RELEASE.jar
Link to Advisorieshttps://cve.mitre.org/cgi-bin/cvename.cgi?name=CVE-2011-2730
Alert ImpactNot Exploitable
Technical DetailsThe flaw exists but it is not exploitable
Technical Details ExplanationAfter engineering review, it was determined that Access Manager is not impacted due to CVE-2011-2730.

Access Manager (AxM) is not using the expression language feature of Spring which is found vulnerable.



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