Apache Geronimo 3.0.x vulnerabilities
This page lists all security vulnerabilities fixed in maintenance releases or interim builds of Apache Geronimo 3.0. Each vulnerability is given a security impact rating by either the Apache Geronimo team or by the dependent project supplying the fix - please note that this rating is not uniform and will vary from project to project. We also list the versions of Apache Geronimo the flaw is known to affect, and where a flaw has not been verified list the version with a question mark.
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Fixed in Geronimo 3.0.0
CVE-2013-1777 - "Apache Geronimo 3 RMI classloader exposure" has been fixed via GERONIMO-6477.
Please visit the 3.0.0 Release Notes page for details on all of the included JIRAs.
CVE-2013-1777: RMI classloader exposure
A misconfigured RMI classloader in Apache Geronimo 3.0 may enable an attacker to send a serialized object via JMX that could compromise the system.
Geronimo 3.0, Beta 1 or M1 users are strongly encouraged to upgrade to Geronimo 3.0.1.
Remote exploits can be prevented by hiding the naming (1099) and JMX (9999) ports behind a firewall or binding the ports to a local network interface.
Affects: 3.0.0, 3.0 Beta 1, and 3.0 M1