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An issue was discovered in Nagios XI 5.8.5. Insecure file permissions on the nagios_unbundler.py file allow the nagios user to elevate their privileges to the root user.
An issue was discovered in Nagios XI 5.8.5. In the Custom Includes section of the Admin panel, an administrator can upload files with arbitrary extensions as long as the MIME type corresponds to an image. Therefore it is possible to upload a crafted PHP script to achieve remote command execution.
An issue was discovered in Nagios XI 5.8.5. In the Manage Dashlets section of the Admin panel, an administrator can upload ZIP files. A command injection (within the name of the first file in the archive) allows an attacker to execute system commands.
The Bulk Modifications functionality in Nagios XI versions prior to 5.8.5 is vulnerable to SQL injection. Exploitation requires the malicious actor to be authenticated to the vulnerable system, but once authenticated they would be able to execute arbitrary sql queries.
The Manage Backgrounds functionality within Nagvis versions prior to 2.0.9 is vulnerable to an authenticated path traversal vulnerability. Exploitation of this results in a malicious actor having the ability to arbitrarily delete files on the local system.
The general user interface in Nagios XI versions prior to 5.8.4 is vulnerable to authenticated reflected cross-site scripting. An authenticated victim, who accesses a specially crafted malicious URL, would unknowingly execute the attached payload.
Nagios Enterprises NagiosXI <= 5.8.4 contains a Server-Side Request Forgery (SSRF) vulnerability in schedulereport.php. Any authenticated user can create scheduled reports containing PDF screenshots of any view in the NagiosXI application. Due to lack of input sanitisation, the target page can be replaced with an SSRF payload to access internal resources or disclose local system files.
Nagios XI before 5.8.5 has Incorrect Permission Assignment for migrate.php.
Nagios XI before 5.8.5 incorrectly allows backup_xi.sh wildcards.
Nagios XI before 5.8.5 has Incorrect Permission Assignment for repairmysql.sh.
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