Security Advisory 2022-24
|Target Discovery prints certain sensitive values in plain-text when verbose logging is enabled (CVE-2022-2721)
|08 Aug 2022
|Patch Release Date
|21 Aug 2022
|Advisory Release Date
|25 Nov 2022
|Linux and Microsoft Windows
Customers who have downloaded and installed any of the Octopus Server versions listed below ("Details") are affected.
Please upgrade your Octopus Server immediately to fix this vulnerability.
Customers who have upgraded Octopus Server to version 2022.3.10807 or higher are not affected.
Octopus Deploy has given this vulnerability a medium rating. This rating was given according to the Octopus Deploy severity levels, which ranks vulnerabilities as critical, high, medium, or low severity.
This is our assessment and you should evaluate its applicability to your own environment.
In affected versions of Octopus Server it is possible for target discovery to print certain values marked as sensitive to log files in plaint-text in when verbose logging is enabled
The versions of Octopus Server affected by this vulnerability are:
- All 2022.2.x versions before 2022.2.7965
- All 2022.3.x versions before 2022.3.9163
To address this vulnerability, we have released Octopus Server version:
What You Need to Do
Octopus Deploy recommends that you upgrade to the latest version (2022.3.10807). You can download the latest version of Octopus Server from https://octopus.com/downloads
If you can't upgrade to the latest version (2022.3.10807):
|If you have feature version...
|...then upgrade to this version
|2022.2.7965 or greater
|2022.3.9163 or greater
There is no known mitigation for CVE-2022-2721, it is important to upgrade to a fixed version as soon as possible.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding this advisory, please contact our support team https://octopus.com/support.
Exploitation and Public Announcements
The Octopus Deploy security team is not aware of any public announcements or malicious use of the vulnerability that is described in this advisory.
This vulnerability was found during internal testing by Matt Hilton at Octopus Deploy.