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An authenticated attacker could create an audit file that bypasses PowerShell cmdlet checks and executes commands with administrator privileges.
An authenticated attacker could read arbitrary files from the underlying operating system of the scanner using a custom crafted compliance audit file without providing any valid SSH credentials.
Nessus versions 8.15.2 and earlier were found to contain a local privilege escalation vulnerability which could allow an authenticated, local administrator to run specific executables on the Nessus Agent host. Tenable has included a fix for this issue in Nessus 10.0.0. The installation files can be obtained from the Tenable Downloads Portal (https://www.tenable.com/downloads/nessus).
Nessus versions 8.13.2 and earlier were found to contain a privilege escalation vulnerability which could allow a Nessus administrator user to upload a specially crafted file that could lead to gaining administrator privileges on the Nessus host.
Nessus versions 8.11.0 and earlier were found to maintain sessions longer than the permitted period in certain scenarios. The lack of proper session expiration could allow attackers with local access to login into an existing browser session.
Nessus 8.10.0 and earlier were found to contain a Stored XSS vulnerability due to improper validation of input during scan configuration. An authenticated, remote attacker could potentially exploit this vulnerability to execute arbitrary code in a user's session. Tenable has implemented additional input validation mechanisms to correct this issue in Nessus 8.11.0.
Tenable Nessus before 6.8 has a stored XSS issue that requires admin-level authentication to the Nessus UI, and would potentially impact other admins (Tenable IDs 5218 and 5269).
Tenable Nessus before 6.8 has a stored XSS issue that requires admin-level authentication to the Nessus UI, and would only potentially impact other admins. (Tenable ID 5198).
Nessus 8.5.2 and earlier on Windows platforms were found to contain an issue where certain system files could be overwritten arbitrarily, potentially creating a denial of service condition.
Content Injection vulnerability in Tenable Nessus prior to 8.5.0 may allow an authenticated, local attacker to exploit this vulnerability by convincing another targeted Nessus user to view a malicious URL and use Nessus to send fraudulent messages. Successful exploitation could allow the authenticated adversary to inject arbitrary text into the feed status, which will remain saved post session expiration.
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