CVE-2020-11975 - MergeBase Vulnerability Database
Risk Score
9.8
Out of 10
Summary
Published
Jun 5, 2020
Updated
Jul 21, 2021
Source
NVD
Identifier

CVE-2020-11975

Description
Apache Unomi allows conditions to use OGNL scripting which offers the possibility to call static Java classes from the JDK that could execute code with the permission level of the running Java process.
MergeBase Comment
Apache Unomi up to version 1.5.0 is vulnerable to a remote code execution exploit through OGNL. Through a crafted payload you are able to invoke the Runtime.Exec JDK function. Exec is able to run commands with the same permissions as the running Java user.
Common Weakness Enumeration (CWE)

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