Multiple cross site request forgeries exist in the Web Interface side of FTP Voyager Scheduler running on port 52986.
Allowing remote attackers to make HTTP requests on behalf of an authenticated user if that user visits a malicious
webpage or clicks an attacker supplied link.
FTP Voyager has a scheduler feature that lets users create tasks/commands to execute on some type of other action like
when Directorys are created, files uploaded/downloader, Scheduler starts or stops and so forth. Remote attackers who
successfully pull off CSRF exploitation can do things like change the Admin password or cause a persistent Denial of Service
by setting the task to terminate "FTP Voyager Scheduler" itself upon startup among other nefarious things.
Default login no password, then set a password in FTP Voyager Scheduler Web interface.
Upon CSRF the user will get a HTTP Response will be like below, we can prevent user from seeing this message
targeting hidden iframe in webpage.
<response><result>0</result><ResultText>Operation was successful.</ResultText><ObjectID>141175</ObjectID></response>
Vendor Notification: November 30, 2016
Result: No Reply
Second Notification Attempt: March 5, 2017
March 9, 2017 : Public Disclosure
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