Improper Limitation of a Pathname to a Restricted Directory ('Path Traversal')
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.
CWE-22 - Path Traversal
Path traversal (or directory traversal), is a vulnerability that allows malicious users to traverse the server's root directory, gaining access to arbitrary files and folders such as application code & data, back-end credentials, and sensitive operating system files. In the worst-case scenario, an attacker could potentially execute arbitrary files on the server, resulting in a denial of service attack. Such an exploit may severely impact the integrity, confidentiality, and availability of an application.