A vulnerability in the CLI of Cisco SD-WAN Solution software could allow an authenticated, local malicious user to inject arbitrary commands that are executed with root privileges. The vulnerability is due to insufficient input validation. An attacker could exploit this vulnerability by authenticating to the device and submitting crafted input to the CLI utility. The attacker must be authenticated to access the CLI utility. A successful exploit could allow the malicious user to execute commands with root privileges.
Switchzilla says remote networking gear has a grab-bag of holes
Cisco has issued a series of security updates for its SD-WAN and Webex software, just when they're most needed.
Switchzilla says the SD-WAN code is host to five vulnerabilities ranging from privilege escalation to remote code injection. The five CVE-listed bugs (CVE-2020-3264, CVE-2020-3265, CVE-2020-3266, CVE-2019-16010, CVE-2019-16012) are down to what Cisco calls "insufficient input validation," and the avenues to exploit it range from SQL to HTTP requests.
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Cisco Systems has fixed three high-severity vulnerabilities in its software-defined networking for wide-area network (SD-WAN) solutions for business users. If exploited, the flaws could enable bad actors to execute commands with root privileges on affected systems. To exploit the vulnerabilities attackers need to first be local and authenticated.
The three flaws are located in various Cisco hardware and software products running the company’s SD-WAN software earlier than Release 19.2.2 (...