Popping Password-“Protected” JMX

The name gives it away, Java Management Extensions (JMX) is a potentially juicy target for attack. One of the ways that a JMX service may be exposed is using Java…

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Analysis of CVE-2017-12628

This morning I spotted a tweet mentioning an “Apache James 3.0.1 JMX Server Deserialization” vulnerability, CVE-2017-12628, which caught my eye because I wrote a generic JMX deserialization exploit which is…

Java’s BaRMIe Back Door

A week ago I released a tool that I have been working on to enable security professionals to interact with applications that utilise Java’s Remote Method Invocation (RMI). This is…