CVE-2022-21476 Vulnerability in Oracle Java SE, Oracle GraalVM Enterprise Edition.

CVE-2022-21476 Vulnerability in Oracle Java SE, Oracle GraalVM Enterprise Edition.

by using the Java reflection API. The vulnerability can be exploited through web requests. A potential attacker can host a specially crafted website on a hosting provider, application marketplace, or social media site and lure users to extract information via a Java reflection vulnerability, typically during a web browser information gathering phase. If this occurs on an enterprise network, hackers might be able to obtain user credentials or install malware. !!! Critical CVEs related to this issue: CVE-2018-13094 What's Fixed in 20.3.5? This version includes the following improvements: Improves performance of XAPF.

Fixes issue with PGO not enabled by default on RHEL/CentOS 7.

Fixes issue with Graal CLI not starting on Windows.

Fixes issue with GraalCLI not starting on Windows.

Fixes issue with GraalCLI not starting on Windows. What's Fixed in 21.3.1 and 22.0.0.2? This version includes the following improvements: Improves performance of XAPF.

Fixes issue with PGO not enabled by default on RHEL/CentOS 7.

Fixes issue with Graal CLI not starting on Windows.

Fixes issue with GraalCLI not starting on Windows.

Fixes issue with GraalCLI not starting on Windows. What's Fixed in 20.3.5 and 21.3.1 and 22.0.

Differences Between 20.3.5, 21.3.1 and 22.0 .0?

The changes in the release of 20.3.5, 21.3.1 and 22.0 are: This version includes the following improvements:
- Improves performance of XAPF.
- Fixes issue with PGO not enabled by default on RHEL/CentOS 7.
- Fixes issue with Graal CLI not starting on Windows.
- Fixes issue with GraalCLI not starting on Windows. What's Fixed in 20.3.5 and 21.3.1 and 22.0.? This version includes the following improvements:
- Improves performance of XAPF - Fixes issue with PGO not enabled by default on RHEL/CentOS 7 - Fixes issue with Graal CLI not starting on Windows - Fixes issue with GraalCLI not starting on Windows

What is GraalVM?

GraalVM is a runtime for running applications written in Java or JavaScript with support for native languages, such as Groovy, Kotlin, and Scala. With GraalVM, developers can write once and deploy to the cloud or on-premises with confidence. !!! Critical CVEs related to this issue: CVE-2018-13094 What's Fixed in 20.3.5? This version includes the following improvements: Improves performance of XAPF.
Fixes issue with Graal CLI not starting on Windows.
Fixes issue with GraalCLI not starting on Windows.
Fixes issue with GraalCLI not starting on Windows. What's Fixed in 21.3.1 and 22.0.0? This version includes the following improvements: Improves performance of XAPF.
Fixes issue with PGO not enabled by default on RHEL/CentOS 7.
Fixes issue with Graal CLI not starting on Windows.
Fixes issue with GraalCLI not starting on Windows.

Version 20.3.5

This version includes the following improvements: Improves performance of XAPF.

20.3.5 - January 12, 2019

This version includes the following improvements: Improves performance of XAPF.
Fixes issue with PGO not enabled by default on RHEL/CentOS 7.
Fixes issue with Graal CLI not starting on Windows.
Fixes issue with GraalCLI not starting on Windows.
Fixes issue with GraalCLI not starting on Windows.

References

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