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- SonarQube-dev 10.2.1
- how is SonarQube deployed: Helm
we have detected that our sonarqube image is affected by the vulnerability CVE-2023-4911 | Vulnerability Database | Aqua Security. Have you analyzed whether this represents a security risk? If yes, it would be great if you could provide a hotfix with a patch for it.
Thanks a lot,
Dear Jesús Pajares,
Thank you for bringing this vulnerability to our attention. We take security very seriously and appreciate your efforts in helping us to maintain a secure product.
On this occasion, the CVE-2023-4911 reported affecting the sonarqube:10.2.1-developer docker image is a false positive.
Package | Vulnerability ID | Severity | Installed Version | Fixed Version
libc-bin CVE-2023-4911 HIGH 2.35-0ubuntu3.3 2.35-0ubuntu3.4
libc6 CVE-2023-4911 HIGH 2.35-0ubuntu3.3 2.35-0ubuntu3.4
locales CVE-2023-4911 HIGH 2.35-0ubuntu3.3 2.35-0ubuntu3.4
These vulnerabilities stem from the SonarQube dependencies (base OS image eclipse-temurin) and are not inherent vulnerabilities of SonarQube itself.
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