What is CVE-2022-22965 about?
CVE-2022-22965 is a critical-severity vulnerability affecting Spring MVC or Spring WebFlux applications running on JDK 9+. When running on Tomcat as a WAR deployment your applications may be vulnerable to remote code execution (RCE) via data binding. If your application is deployed as a Spring Boot executable jar (the default) it is not vulnerable to the exploit.
Based on what we know now, can Waratek Java products remediate this vulnerability?
Yes. Waratek recommends enabling the ARMR Process Forking rule as well as the ARMR File-System Write rule to prevent file writes to the Apache Tomcat folder.
Waratek is also providing all customers an ARMR Remediation Patch that’s functionally equivalent to a vendor patch and will alleviate the need for the ARMR File-System rule.
Contact your Waratek Customer Success Managers for assistance in applying the instant ARMR Remediation Patch at [email protected].
Does the vulnerability impact any third party tools I use with Waratek solutions?
We strongly recommend that all customers check third party support and advisory sites. If you have any questions or concerns, you can also contact our Customer Support team at [email protected].
Non-Waratek customers should request a trial license or a live demonstration of Waratek’s protective agents.
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