CVE-2022-0020 An XSS flaw in the Cortex XSOAR web interface allows an attacker to store a persistent payload that will perform arbitrary actions.

CVE-2022-0020 An XSS flaw in the Cortex XSOAR web interface allows an attacker to store a persistent payload that will perform arbitrary actions.

You should update your vulnerable system to version 6.2.0.1958888 as soon as possible. We apologize for the inconvenience. XSS vulnerabilities can be exploited by malicious users to execute script code in vulnerable websites and web applications. This can facilitate a variety of attacks, such as data theft, session hijacking, and/or modification of information stored by the application. XSS vulnerabilities are often present in web applications and often go undetected due to the lack of proper validation of user input by these applications. Normally, when inputting data into a website form, the website validates the input against a set of rules to ensure that it is within a certain range and does not contain any incorrect characters. However, due to the nature of XSS, it is possible for a malicious user to inject data into the website that will pass the validation of the website and cause unexpected results.

Summary of XSS Vulnerability

The following is a summary of the XSS vulnerability:

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Vulnerability details

The vulnerability is located in the "Vulnerability Details" section of the pop-up.

Vulnerable URLs: http://www.t-mobile.com/jsp/index.jsp

What is Apache Struts?

Apache Struts is an open source framework for creating web applications in Java. Struts provides a number of features that makes developing web applications easier, including interactive forms, parameterized actions and data binding. Struts provides support for internationalization and localization of application components, which can include different languages and date formats. The framework is flexible by default and allows the developers to alter the default behavior with additional filters or interceptors.

How to Install Apache Hadoop YARN?

The Apache Hadoop YARN (Yet Another Resource Negotiator) is a resource management framework for large distributed applications that run on Apache Hadoop. It is the successor to the Apache Hadoop MapReduce, and was first released in December 2013. The primary purpose of this system is to facilitate task distribution across a cluster of machines, and it does this by providing an application programming interface (API) into YARN's functionality.
To install Apache Hadoop YARN on a given OS, you must first download the package called hadoop2-yarn-client-distro.tar.gz from the following location:
C:\Program Files\Apache Software Foundation\Hadoop 2.0\hadoop2-yarn-client-distro
Then you must extract the contents of this file and execute the following command:
tar -zxf hadoop2-yarn-client-distro.tar.gz && cd hadoop2-yarn-client-distro/hadoop2 && ./hadoop install –config conf/sliderock/sliderockrc

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