High severity vulnerabilities found in Harbor open-source artifact registry
Oxeye security researchers have uncovered several new high severity variants of the IDOR (Insecure Director Object Reference) vulnerabilities (CVE-2022-31671, CVE-2022-31666, CVE-2022-31670, CVE-2022-31669, CVE-2022-31667) in CNCF-graduated project Harbor, the popular open-source artifact registry by VMware. Harbor is an open-source cloud native registry project that stores, signs, and scans content. It can integrate with various Docker registries to provide security features such as user management, access control, and activity auditing. Classified as an access control vulnerability, IDOR … More
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