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Fastjson 1.2.67 Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Scanner

Detects 'Remote Code Execution (RCE)' vulnerability in Fastjson version 1.2.67


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Fastjson 1.2.67 is a version of the Fastjson library, a popular JSON processing library in Java. It is used in various Java applications for parsing, generating, and processing JSON data efficiently. This library is widely adopted in web services, data exchange between systems, and applications requiring high-speed JSON processing. Despite its efficiency and performance, this specific version contains a critical security vulnerability that allows remote code execution, posing significant risks to applications utilizing it.

The vulnerability in Fastjson 1.2.67 involves remote code execution through deserialization of maliciously crafted JSON data. Attackers can exploit this vulnerability by sending a specially crafted JSON request to the affected application, which leads to the execution of arbitrary code on the server. This vulnerability is particularly severe due to its network exploitability and the high level of privileges attackers can gain, as reflected by its CVSS score of 10.

The exploit utilizes the @type JSON attribute to specify a Java class that the library will attempt to deserialize. In this case, the com.ibatis.sqlmap.engine.transaction.jta.JtaTransactionConfig class is abused to execute remote code via RMI (Remote Method Invocation) by manipulating the UserTransaction property. This vulnerability bypasses security checks and allows attackers to execute code remotely without authentication, leading to potential system compromise.

The exploitation of this vulnerability can have severe consequences, including unauthorized access to system resources, data theft, and potentially full system control. Attackers could leverage this access to deploy further malicious activities, such as spreading malware, escalating privileges within networks, and exfiltrating sensitive information, threatening the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of the affected systems.

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