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A SQL Injection issue in Rapid7 Nexpose version prior to 6.6.49 that may have allowed an authenticated user with a low permission level to access resources & make changes they should not have been able to access.
Rapid7 Nexpose installer version prior to 6.6.40 contains an Unquoted Search Path which may allow an attacker on the local machine to insert an arbitrary file into the executable path. This issue affects: Rapid7 Nexpose versions prior to 6.6.40.
In Rapid7 Nexpose installer versions prior to 6.6.40, the Nexpose installer calls an executable which can be placed in the appropriate directory by an attacker with access to the local machine. This would prevent the installer from distinguishing between a valid executable called during a Security Console installation and any arbitrary code executable using the same file name.
Rapid7 Nexpose before 5.5.4 contains a session hijacking vulnerability which allows remote attackers to capture a user's session and gain unauthorized access.
Rapid7 Nexpose versions 6.5.50 and prior suffer from insufficient session expiration when an administrator performs a security relevant edit on an existing, logged on user. For example, if a user's password is changed by an administrator due to an otherwise unrelated credential leak, that user account's current session is still valid after the password change, potentially allowing the attacker who originally compromised the credential to remain logged in and able to cause further damage.
A Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) vulnerability was found in Rapid7 Nexpose InsightVM Security Console versions 6.5.0 through 6.5.68. This issue allows attackers to exploit CSRF vulnerabilities on API endpoints using Flash to circumvent a cross-domain pre-flight OPTIONS request.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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