CVE-2022-22970, CVE-2022-22971 Vulnerabilities in SonarQube 8.9 LTS

Hi All,
We are using Sonarqube EE 8.9 LTS and we have got the following vulnerabilities. May I know is this really vulnerable for non-public faced Sonarqube instance? if yes how to fix this?

Vulnerability Information:

CVEs: CVE-2022-22970, CVE-2022-22971

Title: Spring Framework Denial of Service (DoS) Vulnerability


Dear Mohan Manokaran,

Thank you for bringing these vulnerabilities to our attention. We take security very seriously and appreciate your efforts in helping us to maintain a secure product.

On this occasion, the reported findings affect SonarQube EE 8.9 LTS.
As per our patch policy, we support only 2 versions of SonarQube: the LTS and the latest .
As soon as a more recent version of SonarQube exists, we stop patching old non-LTS versions of SonarQube. We therefore highly recommend that you update to the latest SonarQube 9.9 LTS Enterprise Edition to ensure that your environment is protected against any known vulnerabilities.

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