A Vulnerability has been discovered in Atlassian Bitbucket Server and Data Center which could allow for remote code execution. Bitbucket is a Git-based source code repository hosting service owned by Atlassian. Successful exploitation could allow the attacker to execute remote code in context of the application. Depending on the permission associated with the application running the exploit, an attacker could then install programs; view, change, or delete data.
There are currently no reports of these vulnerabilities being exploited in the wild.
- Bitbucket Server and Data Center versions prior to 7.6.17, 7.17.10, 7.21.4, 8.0.3, 8.1.2, 8.2.2, 8.3.1
Tactic: Execution (TA0002):
Technique: Native API (T1106):
A Vulnerability has been discovered in Atlassian Bitbucket Server and Data Center which could allow for remote code execution. An attacker with read permissions to a public or private Bitbucket repository can execute arbitrary code by sending a malicious HTTP request. Successful exploitation could allow the attacker to execute remote code in context of the application. (CVE-2022-36804)
We recommend the following actions be taken:
- Apply appropriate patches provided by Atlassian to vulnerable systems, immediately after appropriate testing. (M1051: Update Software)
- Safeguard 7.1: Establish and Maintain a Vulnerability Management Process: Establish and maintain a documented vulnerability management process for enterprise assets. Review and update documentation annually, or when significant enterprise changes occur that could impact this Safeguard.
- Safeguard 7.4: Perform Automated Application Patch Management: Perform application updates on enterprise assets through automated patch management on a monthly, or more frequent, basis.
- Safeguard 7.5: Perform Automated Vulnerability Scans of Internal Enterprise Assets: Perform automated vulnerability scans of internal enterprise assets on a quarterly, or more frequent, basis. Conduct both authenticated and unauthenticated scans, using a SCAP-compliant vulnerability scanning tool.
- Block execution of code on a system through application control, and/or script blocking. (M1038 : Execution Prevention)
- Safeguard 2.5 : Allowlist Authorized Software: Use technical controls, such as application allowlisting, to ensure that only authorized software can execute or be accessed. Reassess bi-annually, or more frequently.
- Safeguard 2.6 : Allowlist Authorized Libraries: Use technical controls to ensure that only authorized software libraries, such as specific .dll, .ocx, .so, etc., files, are allowed to load into a system process. Block unauthorized libraries from loading into a system process. Reassess bi-annually, or more frequently.
- Safeguard 2.7 : Allowlist Authorized Scripts: Use technical controls, such as digital signatures and version control, to ensure that only authorized scripts, such as specific .ps1, .py, etc., files, are allowed to execute. Block unauthorized scripts from executing. Reassess bi-annually, or more frequently.