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Last Modified on: 09/20/2023 03:20:00 PM UTC
Jetty is a Java based web server and servlet engine. Versions 9.4.21 through 9.4.51, 10.0.15, and 11.0.15 are vulnerable to weak authentication. If a Jetty `OpenIdAuthenticator` uses the optional nested `LoginService`, and that `LoginService` decides to revoke an already authenticated user, then the current request will still treat the user as authenticated. The authentication is then cleared from the session and subsequent requests will not be treated as authenticated. So a request on a previously authenticated session could be allowed to bypass authentication after it had been rejected by the `LoginService`. This impacts usages of the jetty-openid which have configured a nested `LoginService` and where that `LoginService` will is capable of rejecting previously authenticated users. Versions 9.4.52, 10.0.16, and 11.0.16 have a patch for this issue.
- CVE-2023-41900 has been assigned by security-adviso[email protected] to track the vulnerability - currently rated as MEDIUM severity.
- Affected Vendor/Software: eclipse - jetty.project version = >= 9.4.21, <= 9.4.51
- Affected Vendor/Software: eclipse - jetty.project version = >= 10.0.0, <= 10.0.15
- Affected Vendor/Software: eclipse - jetty.project version = >= 11.0.0, <= 11.0.15
CVSS3 Score: 4.3 - MEDIUM
|OpenId Revoked authentication allows one request · Advisory · eclipse/jetty.project · GitHub|| github.com |
|Bring back some openid improvements from 10.0.x to 9.4.x by lachlan-roberts · Pull Request #9660 · eclipse/jetty.project · GitHub|| github.com |
|Issue #9464 - Add optional configuration to log user out after OpenID idToken expires. (Jetty-10) by lachlan-roberts · Pull Request #9528 · eclipse/jetty.project · GitHub|| github.com |
Known Affected Configurations (CPE V2.3)