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CVE-2020-17519 Scanner

Detects 'Directory Traversal' vulnerability in Apache Software Foundation Apache Flink affects v. 1.11.0 to 1.11.2.


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Apache Flink is a distributed computing software that is used for real-time stream processing and batch processing. It was developed by the Apache Software Foundation and is written in Java, Scala, and Python. Flink is capable of processing vast amounts of data in real-time and is used by various organizations for data analysis, machine learning, and data mining.

CVE-2020-17519 is a vulnerability that was detected in Apache Flink 1.11.0, 1.11.1, and 1.11.2. The vulnerability allows attackers to read any file on the local filesystem of the JobManager through the REST interface of the JobManager process. This access is restricted to files accessible by the JobManager process, but it still can pose a significant security threat.

If this vulnerability is exploited, it can lead to unauthorized access to sensitive information such as login credentials, financial data, and personal information. This vulnerability can also result in the leak of trade secrets and confidential information, leading to a significant loss of revenue and reputation for organizations.

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