Security Fixes for Apache Struts Jakarta Multipart Parser
Date: 10 March 2017
The purpose of this advisory is to raise awareness of Security Fixes for Apache Struts Jakarta Multipart Parser. A software upgrade and a work around are now available.
Security fixes and a workaround to address a vulnerability in Apache Struts Jakarta Multipart Parser has been released. The vulnerability could allow an attacker to achieve a remote code execution. The severity of the issue is critical.
- Struts 2.3.5 - Struts 2.3.31
- Struts 2.5 - Struts 2.5.10
CCIRC recommends that system administrators test and deploy the vendor-released updates or work around to affected applications accordingly.
7 March 2017 - Struts 220.127.116.11 General Availability
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