A path traversal vulnerability exists in the Stapler web framework used by Jenkins 2.145 and earlier, LTS 2.138.1 and earlier in core/src/main/java/org/kohsuke/stapler/Facet.java, groovy/src/main/java/org/kohsuke/stapler/jelly/groovy/GroovyFacet.java, jelly/src/main/java/org/kohsuke/stapler/jelly/JellyFacet.java, jruby/src/main/java/org/kohsuke/stapler/jelly/jruby/JRubyFacet.java, jsp/src/main/java/org/kohsuke/stapler/jsp/JSPFacet.java that allows attackers to render routable objects using any view in Jenkins, exposing internal information about those objects not intended to be viewed, such as their toString() representation.
A path traversal vulnerability exists in Jenkins 2.145 and earlier, LTS 2.138.1 and earlier in core/src/main/java/hudson/model/FileParameterValue.java that allows attackers with Job/Configure permission to define a file parameter with a file name outside the intended directory, resulting in an arbitrary file write on the Jenkins master when scheduling a build.
A data modification vulnerability exists in Jenkins 2.153 and earlier, LTS 2.138.3 and earlier in User.java, IdStrategy.java that allows attackers to submit crafted user names that can cause an improper migration of user record storage formats, potentially preventing the victim from logging into Jenkins.
A path traversal vulnerability exists in Jenkins 2.120 and older, LTS 2.107.2 and older in FilePath.java, SoloFilePathFilter.java that allows malicious agents to read and write arbitrary files on the Jenkins master, bypassing the agent-to-master security subsystem protection.
A path traversal vulnerability exists in Jenkins HTML Publisher Plugin 1.15 and older in HtmlPublisherTarget.java that allows attackers able to configure the HTML Publisher build step to override arbitrary files on the Jenkins master.
Jenkins before 2.107 and Jenkins LTS before 2.89.4 did not properly prevent specifying relative paths that escape a base directory for URLs accessing plugin resource files. This allowed users with Overall/Read permission to download files from the Jenkins master they should not have access to. On Windows, any file accessible to the Jenkins master process could be downloaded. On other operating systems, any file within the Jenkins home directory accessible to the Jenkins master process could be downloaded.