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SOS JobScheduler 1.12 Insufficiently Protected Credentials Vulnerability

Summary

JOE can be configured to store passwords and passphrases on the computer where JOE is executed.

Credit:

The information has been provided by Andreas Püschel

The original article can be found at:https://change.sos-berlin.com/browse/JOE-290

Details

A vulnerability based on insecure user/password encryption in the JOE (job editor) component of SOS JobScheduler 1.12 and 1.13 allows attackers to decrypt the user/password that is optionally stored with a user’s profile.

Vulnerable Systems:

SOS JobScheduler 1.12

SOS JobScheduler 1.13 

CVE Information:

CVE-2020-12712

Disclosure Timeline:
Published Date:6/11/2020

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