Recently, NSFOCUS CERT monitored Spring’s official security announcement and disclosed an identity bypass vulnerability in Spring Security. Using ‘**’ as the pattern in the Spring Security configuration of WebFlux can cause a pattern mismatch between Spring Security and Spring WebFlux, and may result in identity authentication bypass. CVSS score is 9.1. Affected users should take protective measure as soon as possible.
|Vulnerability Details||Vulnerability PoC||Vulnerability EXP||Utilization in the wilderness|
Scope of Impact
- 6.1.0<=Spring Security<=6.1.1
- 6.0.0<=Spring Security<=6.0.4
- 5.8.0<=Spring Security<=5.8.4
- 5.7.0<=Spring Security<=5.7.9
- 5.6.0<=Spring Security<=5.6.11
- Spring Security>=6.1.2
- Spring Security>=6.0.5
- Spring Security>=5.8.5
- Spring Security>=5.7.10
- Spring Security>=5.6.12
Note: The above requirements for the Spring Framework version are
- Spring Framework>=6.0.11
- Spring Framework>=5.3.29
- Spring Framework>=5.2.25
Currently, the official security version has been released to fix this vulnerability. It is recommended that affected users upgrade their protection in a timely manner:
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