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rConfig 3.9.6 is affected by SQL Injection. A user must be authenticated to exploit the vulnerability. If --secure-file-priv in MySQL server is not set and the Mysql server is the same as rConfig, an attacker may successfully upload a webshell to the server and access it remotely.
Insecure permission of chmod command on rConfig server 3.9.6 exists. After installing rConfig apache user may execute chmod as root without password which may let an attacker with low privilege to gain root access on server.
rConfig 3.9.6 is affected by a Local File Disclosure vulnerability. An authenticated user may successfully download any file on the server.
An information disclosure vulnerability in rConfig 3.9.5 has been fixed for version 3.9.6. This vulnerability allowed remote authenticated attackers to read files on the system via a crafted request sent to to the /lib/crud/configcompare.crud.php script.
A server-side request forgery (SSRF) vulnerability in rConfig 3.9.5 has been fixed for 3.9.6. This vulnerability allowed remote authenticated attackers to open a connection to the machine via the deviceIpAddr and connPort parameters.
An arbitrary file deletion vulnerability in rConfig 3.9.5 has been fixed for 3.9.6. This vulnerability gave attackers the ability to send a crafted request to /lib/ajaxHandlers/ajaxDeleteAllLoggingFiles.php by specifying a path in the path parameter and an extension in the ext parameter and delete all the files with that extension in that path.
An insecure update feature in the /updater.php component of rConfig 3.9.6 and below allows attackers to execute arbitrary code via a crafted ZIP file.
An arbitrary file write vulnerability in lib/AjaxHandlers/ajaxEditTemplate.php of rConfig 3.9.6 allows attackers to execute arbitrary code via a crafted file.
The userLogin parameter in ldap/login.php of rConfig 3.9.5 is unsanitized, allowing attackers to perform a LDAP injection and obtain sensitive information via a crafted POST request.
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