Avaya Communication Manager Backup History command execution
|avaya-cm-backuphistory-cmd-execution (45747)||High Risk|
Avaya Communication Manager (CM) could allow a remote authenticated attacker to execute arbitrary commands on the system, caused by an error in the Backup History Web administration interface. By sending a specially-crafted HTTP POST request, an attacker could execute arbitrary commands with privileges of the logged in user.
Upgrade to the latest version of Avaya Communication Manager (3.1.4 SP2, 4.0.3 SP1, 5.0 SP3 or 5.1 or later), available from the Avaya Web site. See References.
- Avaya Web site: Communication Manager.
- VoIP Security Advisory, 2008-10-08: Avaya Communication Manager Web Administration Interface - Code Execution Vulnerability.
- ASA-2008-391: Input Validation Vulnerabilities in Avaya Communication Manager Web Interface
- BID-31645: Avaya Communication Manager Web Administration Multiple Security Vulnerabilities
- CVE-2008-5709: Multiple unspecified vulnerabilities in the web management interface in Avaya Communication Manager (CM) 3.1 before 3.1.4 SP2, 4.0 before 4.0.3 SP1, and 5.0 before 5.0 SP3 allow remote authenticated users to execute arbitrary code via unknown attack vectors in the (1) Set Static Routes and (2) Backup History components.
- SA32204: Avaya Communication Manager Arbitrary Command Execution Vulnerabilities
- Avaya Communication Manager 3.1
- Avaya Communication Manager 4.0
- Avaya Communication Manager 5.0
Oct 08, 2008
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