Vulnerability Details

Oracle Java SE JRE Multiple Unspecified Vulnerabilities-01 Jul 2014 (Windows)

Published: 2014-07-24 04:39:17
CVE Author: NIST National Vulnerability Database

CVSS Base Vector:

This host is installed with Oracle Java SE JRE and is prone to multiple unspecified vulnerabilities.

Detection Method:
Checks if a vulnerable version is present on the target host.

Technical Details:
Multiple unspecified flaws exists, - An error in the JMX subcomponent related to share/classes/com/sun/jmx/remote/security/ - An error related to the Hotspot subcomponent in share/vm/classfile/classFileParser.hpp - An error in the Libraries subcomponent related to share/classes/java/lang/reflect/ and handling of interfaces passed to proxy methods. - An error within the Swing subcomponent related to missing access restrictions imposed by the file choosers. - An error in the Security subcomponent related to share/classes/java/security/ and instantiation of security services with non-public constructors. - An error in the Diffie-Hellman key agreement within the Security subcomponent related to 'validateDHPublicKey' function in share/classes/sun/security/util/ - An error in Libraries subcomponent within 'AtomicReferenceFieldUpdaterImpl' function in /java/util/concurrent/atomic/ - An error in the Security subcomponent related to share/classes/sun/security/rsa/ and RSA 'blinding'.

Successful exploitation will allow remote attackers to update, insert, or delete certain data, execute arbitrary code, conduct a denial of service and disclosure of potentially sensitive information.

Affected Versions:
Oracle Java SE 5 update 65 and prior, 6 update 75 and prior, 7 update 60 and prior, and 8 update 5 and prior on Windows

Apply the patch from the referenced advisory.

Detection Type:
Windows Registry

Solution Type:
Vendor Patch

NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) NVD (National Vulnerability Database)

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