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SOS JobScheduler 1.12 Insufficiently Protected Credentials Vulnerability


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


The information has been provided by Andreas Püschel

The original article can be found at:


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:


Disclosure Timeline:
Published Date:6/11/2020


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