Vulnerability CVE-2015-3322

Published: 2015-04-16

Lenovo ThinkServer RD350, RD450, RD550, RD650, and TD350 servers before 1.26.0 use weak encryption to store (1) user and (2) administrator BIOS passwords, which allows attackers to decrypt the passwords via unspecified vectors.

Vendor: Lenovo
Product: Thinkserver rd350 firmware 
Version: 1.25.0;
Product: Thinkserver rd550 firmware 
Version: 1.25.0;
Product: Thinkserver td350 firmware 
Version: 1.25.0;
Product: Thinkserver rd450 firmware 
Version: 1.25.0;
Product: Thinkserver rd650 firmware 
Version: 1.25.0;
Product: Thinkserver rd350 
Product: Thinkserver rd550 
Product: Thinkserver td350 
Product: Thinkserver rd450 
Product: Thinkserver rd650 

CVSS2 => (AV:N/AC:L/Au:N/C:P/I:N/A:N)

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