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A SQL injection issue in color.php in Cacti 1.2.12 allows an admin to inject SQL via the filter parameter. This can lead to remote command execution because the product accepts stacked queries.
In Cacti before 1.2.11, auth_profile.php?action=edit allows CSRF for an admin email change.
In Cacti before 1.2.11, disabling a user account does not immediately invalidate any permissions granted to that account (e.g., permission to view logs).
graph_realtime.php in Cacti 1.2.8 allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary OS commands via shell metacharacters in a cookie, if a guest user has the graph real-time privilege.
Cacti through 1.2.7 is affected by a graphs.php?template_id= SQL injection vulnerability affecting how template identifiers are handled when a string and id composite value are used to identify the template type and id. An authenticated attacker can exploit this to extract data from the database, or an unauthenticated remote attacker could exploit this via Cross-Site Request Forgery.
Cacti 1.2.8 allows Remote Code Execution (by privileged users) via shell metacharacters in the Performance Boost Debug Log field of poller_automation.php. OS commands are executed when a new poller cycle begins. The attacker must be authenticated, and must have access to modify the Performance Settings of the product.
Cacti 1.2.8 has stored XSS in data_sources.php, color_templates_item.php, graphs.php, graph_items.php, lib/api_automation.php, user_admin.php, and user_group_admin.php, as demonstrated by the description parameter in data_sources.php (a raw string from the database that is displayed by $header to trigger the XSS).
** DISPUTED ** data_input.php in Cacti 1.2.8 allows remote code execution via a crafted Input String to Data Collection -> Data Input Methods -> Unix -> Ping Host. NOTE: the vendor has stated "This is a false alarm."
Cacti through 1.2.7 is affected by multiple instances of lib/functions.php unsafe deserialization of user-controlled data to populate arrays. An authenticated attacker could use this to influence object data values and control actions taken by Cacti or potentially cause memory corruption in the PHP module.
In Cacti through 1.2.6, authenticated users may bypass authorization checks (for viewing a graph) via a direct graph_json.php request with a modified local_graph_id parameter.
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