Improper Verification of Cryptographic Signature
|ID: 347||Date: (C)2012-05-14 (M)2019-01-21|
|Type: weakness||Status: DRAFT|
|Abstraction Type: Base|
The software does not verify, or incorrectly verifies, the
cryptographic signature for data.
Applicable PlatformsLanguage Class: All
Time Of Introduction
- Architecture and Design
Related Attack Patterns
|Access_ControlIntegrityConfidentiality ||Gain privileges / assume
dataExecute unauthorized code or
commands ||An attacker could gain access to sensitive data and possibly execute
unauthorized code. |
|CWE-347 ChildOf CWE-903 ||Category ||CWE-888 || |
Demonstrative Examples (Details)
- In the following Java snippet, a JarFile object (representing a JAR
file that was potentially downloaded from an untrusted source) is created
without verifying the signature (if present). An alternate constructor that
accepts a boolean verify parameter should be used instead.
- CVE-2002-1796 : Does not properly verify signatures for "trusted" entities.
- CVE-2005-2181 : Insufficient verification allows spoofing.
- CVE-2005-2182 : Insufficient verification allows spoofing.
- CVE-2002-1706 : Accepts a configuration file without a Message Integrity Check (MIC) signature.
For more examples, refer to CVE relations in the bottom box.
White Box Definitions None
Black Box Definitions None
|PLOVER || ||Improperly Verified Signature || |
|CERT Java Secure Coding ||SEC06-J ||Do not rely on the default automatic signature verification
provided by URLClassLoader and java.util.jar || |