Atlassian addressed 3 flaws in Confluence and Bamboo products

Pierluigi Paganini July 25, 2023

Atlassian addressed three vulnerabilities in its Confluence Server, Data Center, and Bamboo Data Center products that can lead to remote code execution.

Atlassian has addressed three critical and high severity vulnerabilities impacting the Confluence Server, Data Center, and Bamboo Data Center products. Successful exploitation of the vulnerabilities could result in remote code execution on vulnerable systems.

According to the advisory, the vulnerabilities were reported to the company via its bug bounty and pen-testing processes, as well as 3rd party library scans.

Below is the list of flaws addressed by the company:


Released Security Vulnerabilities
SummarySeverityCVSS ScoreCVE IDViewPublic Date
RCE (Remote Code Execution) in Confluence Data Center & ServerHigh8CVE-2023-22505View TicketJul 18, 2023
RCE (Remote Code Execution) in Confluence Data Center & ServerHigh8.5CVE-2023-22508View TicketJul 18, 2023
Injection, RCE (Remote Code Execution) in BambooHigh7.5CVE-2023-22506View TicketJul 18, 2023

The most severe flaw, tracked as CVE-2023-22508 (CVSS score: 8.5), is a Remote Code Execution that impacts the Confluence Data Center and Server. The flaw CVE-2023-22508 was introduced in version 7.4.0 of Confluence Data Center & Server. 

The second flaw addressed by the company is a high severity Injection and RCE (Remote Code Execution) vulnerability, tracked as CVE-2023-22506 (CVSS Score 7.5). The flaw was introduced in version 8.0.0 of Bamboo Data Center.  An authenticated attacker can trigger the issue to modify the actions taken by a system call and execute arbitrary code without any user interaction.   

Weeks later, it also rolled out fixes for two critical overflow flaws in Git (CVE-2022-41903 and CVE-2022-23531) affecting Bitbucket Server and Data Center, Bamboo Server and Data Center, Fisheye, Crucible, and Sourcetree.

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Pierluigi Paganini

(SecurityAffairs – hacking, Atlassian)

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