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Confluence CVE-2022-26134 Vulnerability Analysis


Confluence is a knowledge management system commonly used by enterprises. It was recently found to have a security vulnerability CVE-2022-26134. This vulnerability allows attackers to remotely invade the affected system, resulting in data leakage or modification.

Impact Analysis:

The vulnerability affects Confluence Server and Data Center versions 7.4.0 to 7.11.6, 7.12.0 to 7.12.5, 7.13.0 to 7.13.6, 7.14.0 to 7.14.4, 7.15.0 to 7.15.3, and 7.16.0 to 7.16.2. Attackers exploit this vulnerability through improper input validation in an editor function. Once attackers successfully exploit the vulnerability, they can perform any actions on the target system, including but not limited to stealing sensitive data, modifying data, creating new accounts, etc.

Repair suggestions:

Atlassian has confirmed the existence of this vulnerability and released a patch to fix the affected versions. It is recommended that users of Confluence should upgrade to the latest version immediately to protect their systems from attacks. In addition to upgrading, it is also recommended to take other measures to protect the system, such as limiting access to Confluence, using a firewall, enabling multi-factor authentication, etc. Most importantly, pay attention to the latest security vulnerability news so that you can take timely actions to protect your data and systems.

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