Recently, NSFOCUS CERT found that there was a deserialization vulnerability in Nacos’s Raft protocol. Due to the Nacos cluster’s unrestricted use of Hessian for deserialization when processing some Jraft requests, attackers can execute code. Affected users should take protective measures as soon as possible.
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Scope of Impact
At present, a new version has been officially released to fix this vulnerability. Affected users are requested to upgrade the version as soon as possible for protection. The official download links are as follows:
By default, this vulnerability only affects port 7848 for Raft protocol communication between Nacos clusters. This port does not host client requests and can be alleviated by restricting external IP access to port 7848.
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