RHSA-2015:1177 - Security Advisory
Security Advisory: Important
Red Hat JBoss A-MQ 6.2.0, which fixes multiple security issues, several
bugs, and adds various enhancements, is now available from the Red Hat
Red Hat Product Security has rated this update as having Important
security impact. Common Vulnerability Scoring System (CVSS) base
scores, which give detailed severity ratings, are available for each
vulnerability from the CVE links in the References section.
Red Hat JBoss A-MQ, based on Apache ActiveMQ, is a standards-compliant
messaging system that is tailored for use in mission critical applications.
Red Hat JBoss A-MQ 6.2.0 is a minor product release that updates Red Hat
JBoss A-MQ 6.1.0 and includes several bug fixes and enhancements. Refer to
the Release Notes document, available from the link in the References
section, for a list of changes.
The following security issues are resolved with this update:
It was found that the fix for CVE-2012-6153 was incomplete: the code added to check that the server hostname matches the domain name in a subject's Common Name (CN) field in X.509 certificates was flawed. A man-in-the-middle attacker could use this flaw to spoof an SSL server using a specially crafted X.509 certificate. (CVE-2014-3577)
It was found that JBoss Fuse would allow any user defined in the users.properties file to access the HawtIO console without having a valid admin role. This could allow a remote attacker to bypass intended authentication HawtIO console access restrictions. (CVE-2014-8175)
It was found that a prior countermeasure in Apache WSS4J for Bleichenbacher's attack on XML Encryption (CVE-2011-2487) threw an exception that permitted an attacker to determine the failure of the attempted attack, thereby leaving WSS4J vulnerable to the attack. The original flaw allowed a remote attacker to recover the entire plain text form of a symmetric key. (CVE-2015-0226)
It was found that Apache WSS4J permitted bypass of the requireSignedEncryptedDataElements configuration property via XML Signature wrapping attacks. A remote attacker could use this flaw to modify the contents of a signed request. (CVE-2015-0227)
It was found that PKIX trust components allowed an X509 credential to be trusted if no trusted names were available for the entityID. An attacker could use a certificate issued by a shibmd:KeyAuthority trust anchor to impersonate an entity within the scope of that keyAuthority. (CVE-2015-1796)
The CVE-2014-8175 issue was reported by Jay Kumar SenSharma of Red Hat.
All users of Red Hat JBoss A-MQ 6.1.0 as provided from the Red Hat Customer
Portal are advised to apply this update.
The References section of this erratum contains a download link (you must
log in to download the update).
- Red Hat JBoss Middleware Text-Only Advisories for MIDDLEWARE 1 x86_64
- BZ - 1129074 - CVE-2014-3577 Apache HttpComponents client / Apache CXF: SSL hostname verification bypass, incomplete CVE-2012-6153 fix
- BZ - 1191446 - CVE-2015-0226 wss4j: Apache WSS4J is vulnerable to Bleichenbacher's attack (incomplete fix for CVE-2011-2487)
- BZ - 1191451 - CVE-2015-0227 wss4j: Apache WSS4J doesn't correctly enforce the requireSignedEncryptedDataElements property
- BZ - 1196619 - CVE-2015-1796 OpenSAML Java: PKIX Trust Engines Exhibit Critical Flaw In Trusted Names Evaluation
- BZ - 1205112 - CVE-2014-8175 JBoss Fuse: insufficient access permissions checks when accessing Hawtio console