|Applies To||Adaptive Authentication (on-Premise)|
|CVE ID||CVE-2013-6429, CVE-2013-7315, and CVE-2014-0054|
The Jaxb2RootElementHttpMessageConverter in Spring MVC in Spring Framework before 3.2.8 and 4.0.0 before 4.0.2 does not disable external entity resolution, which allows remote attackers to read arbitrary files, cause a denial of service, and conduct CSRF attacks via crafted XML, aka an XML External Entity (XXE) issue.
NOTE: this vulnerability exists because of an incomplete fix for CVE-2013-4152, CVE-2013-7315, and CVE-2013-6429.
CVSS Base Score : 4.9
CVSS v2 Vector (AV:A/AC:M/Au:S/C:P/I:P/A:P)
In AAOP, the xml that are imported and exported are secured by MD5 message-digest algorithm. If the xml files are altered then AAOP throws an error while importing.
So AAOP is not vulnerable to this.
|Alert Impact||Not Exploitable|
|Technical Details||The flaw exists but it is not exploitable|
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