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'Manageengine applications manager'
An issue was discovered in ZOHO ManageEngine Applications Manager 12.3. It is possible for an unauthenticated user to view the list of domain names and usernames used in a company's network environment via a userconfiguration.do?method=editUser request.
In Zoho ManageEngine Application Manager 13.1 Build 13100, the administrative user has the ability to upload files/binaries that can be executed upon the occurrence of an alarm. An attacker can abuse this functionality by uploading a malicious script that can be executed on the remote system.
In Zoho ManageEngine Application Manager 13.1 Build 13100, the 'haid' parameter of the '/auditLogAction.do' module is vulnerable to a Time-based Blind SQL Injection attack.
Zoho ManageEngine Applications Manager 12 through 14 allows FaultTemplateOptions.jsp resourceid SQL injection. Subsequently, an unauthenticated user can gain the authority of SYSTEM on the server by uploading a malicious file via the "Execute Program Action(s)" feature.
An issue was discovered in Zoho ManageEngine Applications Manager 11.0 through 14.0. An unauthenticated user can gain the authority of SYSTEM on the server due to a Popup_SLA.jsp sid SQL injection vulnerability. For example, the attacker can subsequently write arbitrary text to a .vbs file.
ManageEngine Applications Manager 12 and 13 before build 13200, allows unserialization of unsafe Java objects. The vulnerability can be exploited by remote user without authentication and it allows to execute remote code compromising the application as well as the operating system. As Application Manager's RMI registry is running with privileges of system administrator, by exploiting this vulnerability an attacker gains highest privileges on the underlying operating system.
ManageEngine Applications Manager 12 and 13 before build 13690 allows an authenticated user, who is able to access /register.do page (most likely limited to administrator), to browse the filesystem and read the system files, including Applications Manager configuration, stored private keys, etc. By default Application Manager is running with administrative privileges, therefore it is possible to access every directory on the underlying operating system.
In ManageEngine Applications Manager 12 and 13 before build 13200, an authenticated user is able to alter all of their own properties, including own group, i.e. changing their group to one with higher privileges like "ADMIN". A user is also able to change properties of another user, e.g. change another user's password.
A SQL Injection vulnerability exists in Zoho ManageEngine Applications Manager 13.x before build 13800 via the j_username parameter in a /j_security_check POST request.
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