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Is there any hope in a new STIG to support newest ColdFusion

Explorer ,
Apr 28, 2023 Apr 28, 2023

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While its vulnerabilities are still mostly relevant towards newer versions of ColdFusion, DISA has now sunset the Adobe ColdFusion 11 STIG as it has not seen an update since 26 Jul 2021. Is there any hope at all for Adobe to work through the vendor STIG process for the newest iterations of the software? 

Reference: https://public.cyber.mil/stigs/downloads/
Reference: https://public.cyber.mil/stigs/vendor-process/

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Community Expert ,
Apr 30, 2023 Apr 30, 2023

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You are asking about Adobe working through the vendor STIG process for the newest iterations of which ColdFusion version?  

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Community Expert ,
Apr 30, 2023 Apr 30, 2023

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Indeed, and I will add that I'd brought this to Adobe's attention directly the other day, and asked them to please offer some answer here. 


/Charlie (troubleshooter, carehart.org)

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Jul 13, 2023 Jul 13, 2023

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@BKBK , I apologize for the great delay. I forgot that I put this out there. Yes, I am asking if Adobe has plans to go through the vendor STIG process for newer iterations of ColdFusion. 

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Jul 13, 2023 Jul 13, 2023

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I have no idea. But I would guess not. It's a lot of work! Adobe ColdFusion contains a bunch of bundled products that Adobe doesn't completely control: a modified version of Apache Tomcat, a modified version of Apache Solr, DataDirect JDBC drivers, a bunch of JARs, a server JVM, and so on. So why should they go through that if they don't have to? My guess was that they did it back for CF 10 or whatever and decided there wasn't any benefit for them.

 

Dave Watts, Eidolon LLC 

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Community Beginner ,
May 01, 2023 May 01, 2023

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Adobe has a history of responding to security vulnerabilities in their products and releasing updates to address them. It's possible that they will work through the vendor STIG process for their newest iterations of ColdFusion, but this would depend on their internal priorities and resources.

In the meantime, organizations using ColdFusion should continue to follow best practices for securing their systems, including keeping up with security updates and patches, monitoring for potential security threats, and implementing appropriate access controls and other security measures.

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