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'Enigma network management solution'
An OS command injection vulnerability in the discover_and_manage CGI script in NETSAS Enigma NMS 65.0.0 and prior allows an attacker to execute arbitrary code because of improper neutralization of shell metacharacters in the ip_address variable within an snmp_browser action.
A number of stored Cross-site Scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities were identified in NETSAS Enigma NMS 65.0.0 and prior that could allow a threat actor to inject malicious code directly into the application through the SNMP protocol.
A CSRF vulnerability exists in NETSAS ENIGMA NMS version 65.0.0 and prior that could allow an attacker to be able to trick a victim into submitting a malicious manage_files.cgi request. This can be triggered via XSS or an IFRAME tag included within the site.
NETSAS Enigma NMS 65.0.0 and prior does not encrypt sensitive data rendered within web pages. It is possible for an attacker to expose unencrypted sensitive data.
A number of stored Cross-site Scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities were identified in NETSAS Enigma NMS 65.0.0 and prior that could allow a threat actor to inject malicious code directly into the application through web application form inputs.
NETSAS Enigma NMS 65.0.0 and prior utilises basic authentication over HTTP for enforcing access control to the web application. The use of weak authentication transmitted over cleartext protocols can allow an attacker to steal username and password combinations by intercepting authentication traffic in transit.
An unrestricted file upload vulnerability exists in user and system file upload functions in NETSAS Enigma NMS 65.0.0 and prior. This allows an attacker to upload malicious files and perform arbitrary code execution on the system.
A remote SQL injection web vulnerability was discovered in the Enigma NMS 65.0.0 and prior web application that allows an attacker to execute SQL commands to expose and compromise the web server, expose database tables and values, and potentially execute system-based commands as the mysql user. This affects the search_pattern value of the manage_hosts_short.cgi script.
NETSAS Enigma NMS 65.0.0 and prior suffers from a directory traversal vulnerability that can allow an authenticated user to access files and directories stored outside of the web root folder. By exploiting this vulnerability, it is possible for an attacker to list operating-system directory contents on the server, create directories and upload files in permissible locations, and modify filenames and delete files that are accessible by the user running the web server instance.
NETSAS Enigma NMS 65.0.0 and prior does not encrypt sensitive data stored within the SQL database. It is possible for an attacker to expose unencrypted sensitive data.
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