Oracle Application Server Dynamic Monitoring Services improper authentication

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A vulnerability, which was classified as critical, was found in Oracle Application Server (Application Server Software) (version unknown). Affected is an unknown functionality of the component Dynamic Monitoring Services. The manipulation with an unknown input leads to a improper authentication vulnerability. CWE is classifying the issue as CWE-287. When an actor claims to have a given identity, the software does not prove or insufficiently proves that the claim is correct. This is going to have an impact on confidentiality, integrity, and availability.

The weakness was shared 01/10/2002 by David Litchfield with NGSSoftware (Website). The advisory is available at This vulnerability is traded as CVE-2002-0563. It is possible to launch the attack remotely. The exploitation doesn't require any form of authentication. Technical details are unknown but an exploit is available.

After immediately, there has been an exploit disclosed. It is declared as proof-of-concept. The vulnerability scanner Nessus provides a plugin with the ID 10848 (Oracle 9iAS DMS / JPM Pages Anonymous Access), which helps to determine the existence of the flaw in a target environment. It is assigned to the family Databases.

There is no information about possible countermeasures known. It may be suggested to replace the affected object with an alternative product. Attack attempts may be identified with Snort ID 1872.

The vulnerability is also documented in the databases at X-Force (8455) and Tenable (10848). The entry 18383 is related to this item.






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Class: Improper authentication
CWE: CWE-287
ATT&CK: Unknown

Local: No
Remote: Yes

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Status: Proof-of-Concept

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Nessus ID: 10848
Nessus Name: Oracle 9iAS DMS / JPM Pages Anonymous Access
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OpenVAS ID: 53594
OpenVAS Name: Oracle 9iAS Java Process Manager
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Snort ID: 1872


01/10/2002 🔍
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02/25/2002 +46 days 🔍
07/03/2002 +127 days 🔍
09/12/2002 +71 days 🔍
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Researcher: David Litchfield
Organization: NGSSoftware
Status: Not defined

CVE: CVE-2002-0563 (🔍)
X-Force: 8455
SecurityFocus: 4293 - Oracle 9iAS Unautheticated User Access To Sensitive Services Vulnerability
OSVDB: 705 - Oracle Application Server Multiple Dynamic Monitoring Services Remote Anonymous Access

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Created: 04/11/2016 02:48 PM
Updated: 07/13/2022 09:06 AM
Changes: 04/11/2016 02:48 PM (58), 10/01/2018 10:54 AM (8), 07/13/2022 09:06 AM (4)
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