Tenable Research: May Vulnerability Disclosure Roundup

Tenable Research has a dedicated team that performs vulnerability research on software and hardware from third-party vendors. The goal is to discover zero-day vulnerabilities and work with vendors to get them addressed before hackers discover and exploit them. This post provides an overview of all the vulnerabilities discovered by Tenable Research in May.

You can access all Tenable Research advisories here.

 

Cisco Prime Data Center Network Manager Remote Code Execution Vulnerability

CVE ID: CVE-2018-0258

Tenable Research Advisory: TRA-2018-11

Risk Factor: Critical

What do you need to know?

Tenable Research discovered a relative path traversal vulnerability in Cisco Prime Data Center Network Manager.

What’s the attack vector?

An unauthenticated remote attacker can write a file to any location on the server and achieve remote code execution by uploading a WAR file that contains a JSP webshell.

What’s the business impact?

A malicious threat actor can execute code on affected systems, leading to full system compromise.

What’s the solution?

There are no known workarounds, but Cisco has released a software update, which you should apply.

 

OpenVPN Windows Service Double Free Vulnerability

CVE ID: CVE-2018-9336

Nessus Plugin ID: 109362

Tenable Research Advisory: TRA-2018-09

Risk Factor: High

What do you need to know?

Tenable Research recently discovered a new double free vulnerability in OpenVPN 2.4x.

What’s the attack vector?

The vulnerability can be exploited by a local attacker sending a malformed request to the interactive service

What’s the business impact?

A malicious threat actor could cause a denial-of-service through memory corruption and possibly have other unspecified impact including privilege escalation.

What’s the solution?

Affected users should upgrade to OpenVPN 2.4.6.

 

Trend Micro Smart Protection Server Denial of Service

CVE IDs: CVE-2018-6237

Tenable Research Advisory: TRA-2018-10

Risk Factor: High

What do you need to know?

Tenable Research has discovered a denial-of-service vulnerability in Trend Micro Smart Protection Server (TMSPS) versions 3.0-3.3.

What’s the attack vector?

An unauthenticated attacker can remotely send crafted HTTP requests to trigger the denial-of-service by initiating the creation of “BF” files, eventually filling up all available disk space.

What’s the business impact?

A malicious attacker can fill the entire hard drive of a targeted system, leading to a denial-of-service of the TMSPS server.

What’s the solution?

Users should apply the relevant patch for their TMSPS version.

 

Cylance PROTECT Missing SSL Certificate Verification Vulnerability

Tenable Research Advisory: TRA-2018-12

Risk Factor: Medium

What do you need to know?

Tenable Research recently discovered a missing SSL certificate verification vulnerability in Cylance PROTECT.

What’s the attack vector?

An attacker can execute a man-in-the-middle attack to intercept and modify requests and responses between the Cylance PROTECT server and clients.

What’s the business impact?

An attacker can cause Cylance PROTECT to download an arbitrary file. A user would need to be persuaded or tricked into executing the file.

What’s the solution?

Affected users should upgrade to Cylance PROTECT 1480 or later.

 



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