Command and Control
In Eclipse OpenJ9 prior to 0.15, the String.getBytes(int, int, byte, int) method does not verify that the provided byte array is non-null nor that the provided index is in bounds when compiled by the JIT. This allows arbitrary writes to any 32-bit address or beyond the end of a byte array within Java code run under a SecurityManager.
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A vulnerability should also be considered "exploited in the wild" if there is a publicly available PoC or exploit (example: in an exploitation framework like Metasploit).