SSD Advisory – BMC Track-It Arbitrary file upload vulnerability and Information disclosure vulnerability

Vulnerability Description
BMC Track-It! 11.4 contains an arbitrary file upload vulnerability and an information disclosure vulnerability which can be exploited by an unauthenticated user. The file upload vulnerability can be used to upload a file to the web root and execute code under the IIS user. The information disclosure vulnerability allows you to obtain the SQL database and the domain administrator credentials (username and password).
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SSD Advisory – Multiple Vulnerabilities in WebNMS Framework Server

Background
WebNMS is an industry-leading framework for building network management applications. With over 25,000 deployments worldwide and in every Tier 1 Carrier, network equipment providers and service providers can customize, extend and rebrand WebNMS as a comprehensive Element Management System (EMS) or Network Management System (NMS). NOC Operators, Architects and Developers can customize the functional modules to fit their domain and network. Functional modules include Fault Correlation, Performance KPIs, Device Configuration, Service Provisioning and Security. WebNMS supports numerous Operating Systems, Application Servers, and databases.

Vulnerabilities Description
Multiple vulnerabilities affecting WebNMS have been found, these vulnerabilities allows uploading of arbitrary files and their execution, arbitrary file download (with directory traversal), use of a weak algorithm for storing passwords and session hijacking.

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