STIGQter STIGQter: STIG Summary: Adobe ColdFusion 11 Security Technical Implementation Guide Version: 1 Release: 4 Benchmark Date: 26 Jan 2018: The ColdFusion log information must be protected from any type of unauthorized deletion by having file ownership set properly.

DISA Rule

SV-76887r1_rule

Vulnerability Number

V-62397

Group Title

SRG-APP-000120-AS-000080

Rule Version

CF11-02-000082

Severity

CAT II

CCI(s)

Weight

10

Fix Recommendation

Locate the logs directory for ColdFusion. The location can be found in the Administrator Console within the "Logging Settings" page under the "Debugging & Logging" menu. The log directory and log file permissions can be set by:

ColdFusion running on Windows:
1. Right click on the logs directory for ColdFusion and select "Properties".
2. Click on the "Security" tab and then click the "Advanced" button.
3. On the "Permissions" tab, click the "Disable inheritance" button and select "Remove all inherited permissions from this object."
4. Click the "Add" button, in the permission Entry dialog, click "Select a principal."
5. Enter the user that is running the ColdFusion service and give this user Full control and click "OK" to save.
6. Click the "Add" button again, in the permission Entry dialog, click "Select a principal."
7. Enter the Administrators group and give the group Full control and click "OK" to save.
8. Check the checkbox to "Replace all child object permission entries with inheritable permission entries from this object."
9. Click "OK" to apply these permissions.

ColdFusion running on Linux:
Use the chown command to set the owner and group. For example, if the log directory is located at /opt/cf11/cfusion/logs and the owner is to be cfuser, the command would be:
chown -R cfuser:root /opt/cf11/cfusion/logs

Check Contents

Locate the logs directory for ColdFusion. The location can be found in the Administrator Console within the "Logging Settings" page under the "Debugging & Logging" menu. The log directory and log files should have the following permissions:

ColdFusion running on Windows should have full control for the Administrators group and the user running ColdFusion. No other users should have permissions.

ColdFusion running on Linux must have group ownership set to "root" and the owner set to the user running ColdFusion.

If the ownership of the log directory and log files is incorrect, this is a finding.

Vulnerability Number

V-62397

Documentable

False

Rule Version

CF11-02-000082

Severity Override Guidance

Locate the logs directory for ColdFusion. The location can be found in the Administrator Console within the "Logging Settings" page under the "Debugging & Logging" menu. The log directory and log files should have the following permissions:

ColdFusion running on Windows should have full control for the Administrators group and the user running ColdFusion. No other users should have permissions.

ColdFusion running on Linux must have group ownership set to "root" and the owner set to the user running ColdFusion.

If the ownership of the log directory and log files is incorrect, this is a finding.

Check Content Reference

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Target Key

2661

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