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2007-10-04
 
CVE-2007-5214

CWE-79
 

 
Multiple cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities in the AXIS 2100 Network Camera 2.02 with firmware 2.43 and earlier allow remote attackers to inject arbitrary web script or HTML via (1) the PATH_INFO to the default URI associated with a directory, as demonstrated by (a) the root directory and (b) the view/ directory; (2) parameters associated with saved settings, as demonstrated by (c) the conf_Network_HostName parameter on the Network page and (d) the conf_Layout_OwnTitle parameter to ServerManager.srv; and (3) the query string to ServerManager.srv, which is displayed on the logs page. NOTE: an attacker can leverage a CSRF vulnerability to modify saved settings.

 
 
CVE-2007-5213

CWE-352
 

 
Multiple cross-site request forgery (CSRF) vulnerabilities in the AXIS 2100 Network Camera 2.02 with firmware 2.43 and earlier allow remote attackers to perform actions as administrators, as demonstrated by (1) an SMTP server change through the conf_SMTP_MailServer1 parameter to ServerManager.srv and (2) a hostname change through the conf_Network_HostName parameter on the Network page.

 
 
CVE-2007-5212

CWE-79
 

 
Multiple cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities in the AXIS 2100 Network Camera 2.02 with firmware before 2.43 allow remote attackers to inject arbitrary web script or HTML via (1) parameters associated with saved settings, as demonstrated by the conf_SMTP_MailServer1 parameter to ServerManager.srv; or (2) the subpage parameter to wizard/first/wizard_main_first.shtml. NOTE: an attacker can leverage a CSRF vulnerability to modify saved settings.

 
2007-05-07
 
CVE-2007-2239

 

 
Stack-based buffer overflow in the SaveBMP method in the AXIS Camera Control (aka CamImage) ActiveX control before 2.40.0.0 in AxisCamControl.ocx in AXIS 2100, 2110, 2120, 2130 PTZ, 2420, 2420-IR, 2400, 2400+, 2401, 2401+, 2411, and Panorama PTZ allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (Internet Explorer crash) or execute arbitrary code via a long argument.

 
2004-12-31
 
CVE-2004-2427

 

 
Axis Network Camera 2.40 and earlier, and Video Server 3.12 and earlier, allows remote attackers to obtain sensitive information via direct requests to (1) admin/getparam.cgi, (2) admin/systemlog.cgi, (3) admin/serverreport.cgi, and (4) admin/paramlist.cgi, modify system information via (5) setparam.cgi and (6) factorydefault.cgi, or (7) cause a denial of service (reboot) via restart.cgi.

 
 
CVE-2004-2426

 

 
Directory traversal vulnerability in Axis Network Camera 2.40 and earlier, and Video Server 3.12 and earlier, allows remote attackers to bypass authentication via a .. (dot dot) in an HTTP POST request to ServerManager.srv, then use these privileges to conduct other activities, such as modifying files using editcgi.cgi.

 
 
CVE-2004-2425

 

 
Axis Network Camera 2.40 and earlier, and Video Server 3.12 and earlier, allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary commands via accent (`) and possibly other shell metacharacters in the query string to virtualinput.cgi.

 
 
CVE-2004-0789

 

 
Multiple implementations of the DNS protocol, including (1) Poslib 1.0.2-1 and earlier as used by Posadis, (2) Axis Network products before firmware 3.13, and (3) Men & Mice Suite 2.2x before 2.2.3 and 3.5.x before 3.5.2, allow remote attackers to cause a denial of service (CPU and network bandwidth consumption) by triggering a communications loop via (a) DNS query packets with localhost as a spoofed source address, or (b) a response packet that triggers a response packet.

 
2003-06-09
 
CVE-2003-0240

 

 
The web-based administration capability for various Axis Network Camera products allows remote attackers to bypass access restrictions and modify configuration via an HTTP request to the admin/admin.shtml containing a leading // (double slash).

 
2001-12-31
 
CVE-2001-1543

 

 
Axis network camera 2120, 2110, 2100, 200+ and 200 contains a default administration password "pass", which allows remote attackers to gain access to the camera.

 


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