CVE-2022-2756 Server-Side Request Forgery (SSRF) in GitHub repository kareadita/kavita prior to 0.5.4.1.

CVE-2022-2756 Server-Side Request Forgery (SSRF) in GitHub repository kareadita/kavita prior to 0.5.4.1.

The vulnerable version was 0.5.4.1. This was fixed in version 0.5.4.2. Before updating to this version, you must make sure that you are running the latest version of kavita. If you are not sure about the version, then you must update to the latest version. After updating to the latest version, you must make sure that you are following all the steps mentioned in the tutorial to secure your GitHub repository.

How to secure your GitHub repository

To secure your GitHub repository, follow these steps:
1. Make sure that you are running the latest version of kavita.
2. Update your repository by following the instruction on the GitHub help page.
3. After updating your repository, run a scan on it to check for any vulnerabilities.
4. Follow the existing GitHub security tips and suggestions to secure your repository further and make sure that you have protected all of the important domains in your repo and the ones that you own or control.

Check if you are Vulnerable to CVE-2022-2756

If you are running the vulnerable version of kavita, then you will be vulnerable to CVE-2022-2756. After checking if you are running the vulnerable version, update your software to a secure version.
To check if you are running the vulnerable version of kavita, open your terminal and type in this command:
git describe --tags | grep kavita
If the output is similar to "vendor/kavita/kavita", then this means you are using the vulnerable version.

Check your GitHub repository to see if you are vulnerable

To check if you are vulnerable to CVE-2022-2756, you must make sure that your GitHub repository is on the latest version. If it is not, then update the repository and follow all the steps mentioned in the tutorial to secure your GitHub repository.

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Check if you are affected by CVE-2022-2756

If you are affected by CVE-2022-2756, then update your Kavita to the latest version and make sure that you are following all the steps mentioned in the tutorial.

The vulnerable version was 0.5.4.1. This was fixed in version 0.5.4.2

Check if you are vulnerable to CVE-2022-2756

A vulnerability was discovered in kavita.
- Check your version number and make sure that you are running the latest version of kavita.
- Update to the latest version, then run through all the steps mentioned in the tutorial to secure your GitHub repository.
- If you are not sure about which version of kavita is installed on your computer, then do a scan with NuGet Package Manager or NuGet Desktop.

References

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