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Multiple Products Security Advisory - CVE-2022-26136, CVE-2022-26137

Atlassian has published security advisory CVE-2022-26136, CVE-2022-26137 today, 20 JULY 2022. This advisory is in regards to and affects the Servlet Filter Dispatcher in multiple Server and Datacenter products; these vulnerabilities have already been resolved in the Atlassian Cloud Sites. The goal of this article is to help raise awareness for this critical vulnerability and to provide you a means to ask further questions about this in Community if needed.


Please review the complete advisory in Multiple Products Security Advisory - CVE-2022-26136, CVE-2022-26137  with our FAQ in FAQ for CVE-2022-26136 / CVE-2022-26137.

Additional information

  • Customers with active licenses above the ten (10) user starter licenses can create support requests by visiting; you will be prompted to input your SEN number on this form.
  • Starter license customers can only receive technical support here in Community per our support offerings.
  • Should you have any additional questions about this vulnerability or upgrading Jira in regards to this, please use this link to create a new question in Community in regards to this topic.



Is this issue limited to HTTP only or also affects HTTPS?

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@J_Dan Garing 

Great question, we have updated our FAQ to also answer this;

We use HTTPS/SSL, are we still vulnerable?

Yes. HTTPS is HTTP with encryption (SSL/TLS) which helps secure content traveling between two points. Whether or not encryption is used doesn’t have any effect on how the vulnerability can be exploited.

Source: FAQ for CVE-2022-26136 / CVE-2022-26137 | We use HTTPS/SSL, are we still vulnerable? 

Stephen Sifers

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Thank you Stephen Sifers. I also heard that Atlassian has published a security advisory CVE-2022-26136 but I don't know what it is and also can't find it online in brief. I am thankful to you for sharing that link with us where I found all the information I need. I was actually searching for coursework help online and found it over here. As well as, I found a link to your post where I found all the information I need to know.

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