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I'm looking to see an instance of Jira that we have is vulnerable to JSDSERVER-14007 (https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JSDSERVER-14007). I'm not an admin or user on it so I can't log in, I just see the public URL. Can I see what version it is the same way I can see the version of Confluence?
@Kevin Dea - welcome to the Atlassian Community, Kevin! 👋
One way to check the app version of a particular Jira instance is via Jira's API. This will work even if you're not logged into the Jira instance.
The rest endpoint is /rest/api/2/serverinfo
Example: (don't click)!
Fun fact, that REST endpoint works in Jira Cloud - any instances with URLs ending in atlassian.net. Not that you'd need to check for versions in Atlassian-hosted cloud instances.