Apache OFBiz Arbitrary File Reading and Remote Code Execution Vulnerabilities (CVE-2023-50968/CVE-2023-51467) Alert

Apache OFBiz Arbitrary File Reading and Remote Code Execution Vulnerabilities (CVE-2023-50968/CVE-2023-51467) Alert

December 27, 2023 | NSFOCUS


Recently, NSFOCUS CERT detected that Apache officially released a security announcement and fixed two high-risk vulnerabilities in Apache Ofbiz.

CVE-2023-50968: Due to problems in Apache Software Foundation, unauthorized attackers can read files and carry out SSRF attacks when operating uri calls;

CVE-2023-51467: Due to a privilege verification logic error in Apache Ofbiz, an attacker can bypass the login authentication access back-end interface by constructing a specific request for server-side request forgery (SSRF), and remote code execution can be realized in combination with background related functions.

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Scope of Impact

Affected version

Apache Ofbiz <= 18.12.10

Unaffected version

Apache Ofbiz >= 18.12.11


Official upgrade

A new version has been officially released to fix the above vulnerabilities. Please upgrade the affected version as soon as possible for protection. Official download link: https://ofbiz.apache.org/download.html

Other protective measures

If relevant users are temporarily unable to upgrade, they can also restrict access to the affected system without affecting daily services.


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