Based on Jenkins
This advisory announces vulnerabilities in Jenkins, CloudBees Jenkins Distribution, CloudBees Jenkins Platform and CloudBees Core.
- Configuration as Code (CasC) for Controllers bundle processing in the installation manager is subject to RCE (CTR-1251)
There was a risk of remote code execution (RCE) when parsing YAML files from a Configuration Bundle.
With this fix, the YAML parser has been properly configured to mitigate such risk.
This update only affects installations using the Configuration as Code Plugin.
- Fix persistent XSS vulnerability in the List View (CTR-1036)
The Operations Center Cluster Operations Plugin did not escape the click event on the Cluster Operation checkbox. This lapse resulted in a stored cross-site scripting vulnerability, exploitable by users with Overall/Administer permissions in Operations Center.
This update only affects installations using the Operations Center Cluster Operations Plugin.
- Conversion of Freestyle jobs to Declarative Pipelines (NGPIPELINE-442)
Maintaining Freestyle jobs in Jenkins is cumbersome. Declarative Pipelines provide a more modern, recommended approach. However, attempting to convert Freestyle jobs to Declarative Pipelines manually is time-consuming and error-prone. Using the Declarative Pipeline Migration Assistant plugin streamlines this process. The Declarative Pipeline Migration Assistant uses a best-effort approach during the conversion; supported configurations in Freestyle projects are automatically converted, and placeholder stages are created for plugins that are not yet supported.
- Update GUI with new branding (CTR-1131)
With this release, we have updated the CloudBees branding in the header icons and favicons of the graphical user interface (GUI) of our products.
- Fix multitesting enforcer issue for nectar-rbac-license-plugin on 2.204.1 and 2.211 (CTR-1064)
The public API method,
hudson.model.UpdateSite.doPostBack, has been removed from the UpdateSite class to comply with an upstream code removal for security reasons.
Version 22.214.171.124 reverse proxy issue (JENKINS-60199)
When Jenkins was run behind a reverse proxy, users were redirected to a non-functional address (127.0.0.1) upon login.
This redirect was caused by the issue 4573 in the embedded Jetty server. It only correctly processes the HTTP headers
X-Forwarded-Portwhen they are provided in a specific order.
This issue did not affect CloudBees Core on modern cloud platforms, but other instances behind reverse proxies like
haproxymay have been affected.
If you applied the workaround, it should be removed upon update.
- Cannot move/copy/promote a ComputedFolder if indexing hasn’t run (CTR-167)
It was not possible to
promoteMultibranch Pipelines if the source repository had not been scanned.
With this fix, these operations now work as expected, regardless of the state of indexing.
- NullPointerException error when using the ItemParameterDefinition without filters (CTR-1087)
A parameterized Cluster Operations project returned a NullPointerException error when it was run using Select Items parameters that included Client Master / Managed Masters Using a specified update center and Update center using a specified update center source as sources.
With this fix, running a parameterized Cluster Operations project with Select Items parameters including Client Master / Managed Masters Using a specified update center and Update center using a specified update center source as sources works as expected.
- JellyTagException when including parameter values in a Cluster Operations build (CTR-1105)
The Parameters link on the Cluster Operations build page failed with a JellyTagException when Select Items parameters were included. With this fix, the Parameters link on the Cluster Operations build page works as expected when Select Items parameters are included.
- Remove dependency on the Trilead API plugin (CTR-1379, CTR-1351)
The CloudBees License Manager plugin’s dependency on the Trilead API plugin was not installed in bootstrap scope, preventing the previous release to be used by the product.
The CloudBees License plugin no longer relies on the Trilead API plugin as the area of code has been refactored.
This update only affects installations that use the xref:release-notes:plugins:cloudbees-license-plugin/index.adoc[CloudBees License Manager plugin
- CloudBees License Manager plugin not showing up in the setup wizard on Jenkins 2.217+ (CTR-1295)
Jenkins 2.216 replaced js-builder with webpack. Since this release, the CloudBees Assurance Plugin and the CloudBees License Plugin both failed to load and display in the setup wizard.
With this fix, the frontend toolchain now uses webpack and is compatible with Jenkins 2.217+.
- CloudBees Pipeline: Templates Plugin test failures in PCT (NGPIPELINE-689)
The PCT was failing for the
We upgraded the parent pom to allow PCT to pass for the
This update only affects installations that use the CloudBees Pipeline: Templates Plugin.
- GovernancePipelineTemplatesFolder has "placeholder display name" (NGPIPELINE-716)
When configuring a folders-plus item restriction, an option under This folder can contain the following items was placeholder display name.
This placeholder text has been removed from the GUI.
- Catalog templates incompatible with Checkpoints (NGPIPELINE-930)
Pipeline restarts from a Checkpoint were failing if the Pipeline was defined using a Pipeline Template from a Pipeline Template Catalog. Pipelines were built from scratch instead of resuming from the Checkpoint.
With this fix, Pipelines defined using Pipeline Templates from Pipeline Template Catalogs are now able to resume from Checkpoints correctly.
- Global build discarders configuration isn’t loaded from disk (JENKINS-61688)
The global build discarder configuration gets saved, but it’s never loaded.
On every restart, Jenkins 2.221+ will always start with the "Job Build Discarder" configured, which means
Any custom global build discarder configuration is lost.
Users who don’t want background build discarders get the default one.