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AdRem NetCrunch 10.6.0.4587 has a Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) vulnerability in the NetCrunch web client. Successful exploitation requires a logged-in user to open a malicious page and leads to account takeover.
AdRem NetCrunch 10.6.0.4587 allows Remote Code Execution. In the NetCrunch web client, a read-only administrator can execute arbitrary code on the server running the NetCrunch server software.
AdRem NetCrunch 10.6.0.4587 has a Server-Side Request Forgery (SSRF) vulnerability in the NetCrunch server. Every user can trick the server into performing SMB requests to other systems.
AdRem NetCrunch 10.6.0.4587 allows Credentials Disclosure. Every user can read the BSD, Linux, MacOS and Solaris private keys, private keys' passwords, and root passwords stored in the credential manager. Every administrator can read the ESX and Windows passwords stored in the credential manager.
AdRem NetCrunch 10.6.0.4587 has a hardcoded SSL private key vulnerability in the NetCrunch web client. The same hardcoded SSL private key is used across different customers' installations when no other SSL certificate is installed, which allows remote attackers to defeat cryptographic protection mechanisms by leveraging knowledge of this key from another installation.
AdRem NetCrunch 10.6.0.4587 has an Improper Session Handling vulnerability in the NetCrunch web client, which can lead to an authentication bypass or escalation of privileges.
AdRem NetCrunch 10.6.0.4587 has Improper Credential Storage since the internal user database is readable by low-privileged users and passwords in the database are weakly encoded or encrypted.
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