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A cleartext storage in a file or on disk (CWE-313) vulnerability in FortiOS SSL VPN 6.2.2 and below may allow an attacker to retrieve a logged-in SSL VPN user's credentials should that attacker be able to read the session file stored on the targeted device's system.
An external control of system vulnerability in FortiOS may allow an authenticated, regular user to change the routing settings of the device via connecting to the ZebOS component.
An improper input validation vulnerability in FortiOS 6.2.1, 6.2.0, 6.0.8 and below until 5.4.0 under admin webUI may allow an attacker to perform an URL redirect attack via a specifically crafted request to the admin initial password change webpage.
Improper permission or value checking in the CLI console may allow a non-privileged user to obtain Fortinet FortiOS plaint text private keys of system's builtin local certificates via unsetting the keys encryption password in FortiOS 6.2.0, 6.0.0 to 6.0.6, 5.6.10 and below or for user uploaded local certificates via setting an empty password in FortiOS 6.2.1, 6.2.0, 6.0.6 and below.
An Improper Input Validation vulnerability in the SSL VPN portal of FortiOS versions 6.2.1 and below, and 6.0.6 and below may allow an unauthenticated remote attacker to crash the SSL VPN service by sending a crafted POST request.
Use of a hard-coded cryptographic key to cipher sensitive data in FortiOS configuration backup file may allow an attacker with access to the backup file to decipher the sensitive data, via knowledge of the hard-coded key. The aforementioned sensitive data includes users' passwords (except the administrator's password), private keys' passphrases and High Availability password (when set).
Use of a hardcoded cryptographic key in the FortiGuard services communication protocol may allow a Man in the middle with knowledge of the key to eavesdrop on and modify information (URL/SPAM services in FortiOS 5.6, and URL/SPAM/AV services in FortiOS 6.0.; URL rating in FortiClient) sent and received from Fortiguard severs by decrypting these messages. Affected products include FortiClient for Windows 6.0.6 and below, FortiOS 6.0.7 and below, FortiClient for Mac OS 6.2.1 and below.
A reflected Cross-Site-Scripting (XSS) vulnerability in Fortinet FortiOS 6.0.0 to 6.0.4 under SSL VPN web portal may allow an attacker to execute unauthorized malicious script code via the "err" parameter of the error process HTTP requests.
Lack of root file system integrity checking in Fortinet FortiOS VM application images all versions below 6.0.5 may allow attacker to implant malicious programs into the installing image by reassembling the image through specific methods.
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