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Oracle EBS Credentials Disclosure

Oracle EBS credentials may be exposed through the jtfwrepo.xml file.

Security Misconfiguration (SM)

"The jtfwrepo.xml file in Oracle EBS may contain sensitive information such as passwords and user lists, making it a potential security risk if accessed by unauthorized individuals."

"The jtfwrepo.xml file in Oracle EBS may contain sensitive information such as passwords and user lists, making it a potential security risk if accessed by unauthorized individuals."

Impact of the vulnerability

Impact of the vulnerability

Exposing Oracle EBS credentials can lead to unauthorized access and compromise of sensitive data stored in the system.

Exposing Oracle EBS credentials can lead to unauthorized access and compromise of sensitive data stored in the system.

How this template works

APIs Selection

The API selection filters in this template specify the criteria for selecting the API to be tested. In this case, the filters include the response code range (greater than or equal to 200 and less than 300) and the extraction of the URL variable from the response.

Execute request

The execute section defines the type of request to be executed and the specific request to be made. In this template, a single request is made to modify the URL by appending "/OA_HTML/jtfwrepo.xml" to the extracted URL variable.

Validation

The validation section defines the criteria for validating the response received from the executed request. In this template, the response code is expected to be 200, the response payload should contain the words "password" and "<PUSR_LIST>", and the response headers should contain the text "text/xml".

Frequently asked questions

What is the purpose of the jtfwrepo.xml file in Oracle EBS

How can unauthorized individuals potentially access the jtfwrepo.xml file

What sensitive information can be found in the jtfwrepo.xml file

What are the potential consequences of exposing Oracle EBS credentials

How can the impact of Oracle EBS credential exposure be mitigated

Are there any recommended security measures to protect the jtfwrepo.xml file

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