RSS   Vulnerabilities for 'I-VU'   RSS

2017-08-31
 
CVE-2016-5795

 

 
An XXE issue was discovered in Automated Logic Corporation (ALC) Liebert SiteScan Web Version 6.5 and prior, ALC WebCTRL Version 6.5 and prior, and Carrier i-Vu Version 6.5 and prior. An attacker could enter malicious input to WebCTRL, i-Vu, or SiteScan Web through a weakly configured XML parser causing the application to execute arbitrary code or disclose file contents from a server or connected network.

 
2017-08-25
 
CVE-2017-9650

CWE-434
 

 
An Unrestricted Upload of File with Dangerous Type issue was discovered in Automated Logic Corporation (ALC) ALC WebCTRL, i-Vu, SiteScan Web 6.5 and prior; ALC WebCTRL, SiteScan Web 6.1 and prior; ALC WebCTRL, i-Vu 6.0 and prior; ALC WebCTRL, i-Vu, SiteScan Web 5.5 and prior; and ALC WebCTRL, i-Vu, SiteScan Web 5.2 and prior. An authenticated attacker may be able to upload a malicious file allowing the execution of arbitrary code.

 
 
CVE-2017-9644

CWE-428
 

 
An Unquoted Search Path or Element issue was discovered in Automated Logic Corporation (ALC) ALC WebCTRL, i-Vu, SiteScan Web 6.5 and prior; ALC WebCTRL, SiteScan Web 6.1 and prior; ALC WebCTRL, i-Vu 6.0 and prior; ALC WebCTRL, i-Vu, SiteScan Web 5.5 and prior; and ALC WebCTRL, i-Vu, SiteScan Web 5.2 and prior. An unquoted search path vulnerability may allow a non-privileged local attacker to change files in the installation directory and execute arbitrary code with elevated privileges.

 
 
CVE-2017-9640

CWE-22
 

 
A Path Traversal issue was discovered in Automated Logic Corporation (ALC) ALC WebCTRL, i-Vu, SiteScan Web prior to 6.5; ALC WebCTRL, SiteScan Web 6.1 and prior; ALC WebCTRL, i-Vu 6.0 and prior; ALC WebCTRL, i-Vu, SiteScan Web 5.5 and prior; and ALC WebCTRL, i-Vu, SiteScan Web 5.2 and prior. An authenticated attacker may be able to overwrite files that are used to execute code. This vulnerability does not affect version 6.5 of the software.

 

 >>> Vendor: Automatedlogic 4 Products
Webctrl
I-VU
Sitescan web
Webctrl server


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