RSS   Vulnerabilities for 'Nexpose'   RSS

2017-12-14
 
CVE-2017-5264

CWE-352
 

 
Versions of Nexpose prior to 6.4.66 fail to adequately validate the source of HTTP requests intended for the Automated Actions administrative web application, and are susceptible to a cross-site request forgery (CSRF) attack.

 
2017-06-06
 
CVE-2017-5243

 

 
The default SSH configuration in Rapid7 Nexpose hardware appliances shipped before June 2017 does not specify desired algorithms for key exchange and other important functions. As a result, it falls back to allowing ALL algorithms supported by the relevant version of OpenSSH and makes the installations vulnerable to a range of MITM, downgrade, and decryption attacks.

 
2017-03-02
 
CVE-2017-5232

 

 
All editions of Rapid7 Nexpose installers prior to version 6.4.24 contain a DLL preloading vulnerability, wherein it is possible for the installer to load a malicious DLL located in the current working directory of the installer.

 
 
CVE-2017-5230

 

 
The Java keystore in all versions and editions of Rapid7 Nexpose is encrypted with a static password of 'r@p1d7k3y5t0r3' which is not modifiable by the user. The keystore provides storage for saved scan credentials in an otherwise secure location on disk.

 
2016-12-20
 
CVE-2016-9757

 

 
In the Create Tags page of the Rapid7 Nexpose version 6.4.12 user interface, any authenticated user who has the capability to create tags can inject cross-site scripting (XSS) elements in the tag name field. Once this tag is viewed in the Tag Detail page of the Rapid7 Nexpose 6.4.12 UI by another authenticated user, the script is run in that user's browser context.

 
2014-02-04
 
CVE-2012-6493

CWE-352
 

 
Cross-site request forgery (CSRF) vulnerability in Rapid7 Nexpose Security Console before 5.5.4 allows remote attackers to hijack the authentication of unspecified victims for requests that delete scan data and sites via a request to data/site/delete.

 

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