Lenovo ThinkManagement Console ServerSetup file upload
|thinkmanagement-serversetup-file-upload (73207)||Medium Risk|
Lenovo ThinkManagement Console could allow a remote attacker to upload arbitrary files, caused by the failure to restrict access to specific SOAP based operations by the ServerSetup Web service. By using the PutUpdateFileCore command, a remote attacker could exploit this vulnerability to upload a malicious file to the Web root, which could allow the attacker to execute arbitrary PHP code on the vulnerable system.
No remedy available as of September 1, 2014.
- LANDesk Web site: Lenovo ThinkManagement Console.
- Offensive Security Exploit Database [03-19-2012]: LANDesk Lenovo ThinkManagement Suite 9.0.3 Core Server Remote Code Execution Vulnerability.
- Offensive Security Exploit Database [04-08-2012]: LANDesk Lenovo ThinkManagement Console Remote Command Execution.
- BID-52023: Lenovo ThinkManagement Console Multiple Security Bypass Vulnerabilities
- CVE-2012-1195: Unrestricted file upload vulnerability in andesk/managementsuite/core/core.anonymous/ServerSetup.asmx in the ServerSetup web service in Lenovo ThinkManagement Console 9.0.3 allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code by uploading a file with an executable extension via a PutUpdateFileCore command in a RunAMTCommand SOAP request, then accessing the file via a direct request to the file in the web root.
- OSVDB ID: 79276: Lenovo ThinkManagement Console landesk/managementsuite/core/core.anonymous/ServerSetup.asmx RunAMTCommand Operation -PutUpdateFileCore Command Parsing Arbitrary File Upload
- SA47666: Lenovo ThinkManagement Console Web Services Two Vulnerabilities
- LANDesk Software Lenovo ThinkManagement Console 9.0.3
Feb 15, 2012
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