Cisco Unified Computing System MCTOOLS command execution
Cisco Unified Computing System could allow a local authenticated attacker to execute arbitrary commands on the system, caused by the improper validation of input by the MCTOOLS command in the FI software. By injecting commands into the MCTOOLS commands, an attacker could exploit this vulnerability to execute arbitrary commands on the system.
|Base Score: ||6.6
| Access Vector: ||Local
| Access Complexity: ||Medium
| Authentication: ||Single
| Confidentiality Impact: ||Complete
| Integrity Impact: ||Complete
| Availability Impact: ||Complete
|Temporal Score: ||4.9
| Exploitability: ||Unproven
| Remediation Level: ||Official-Fix
| Report Confidence: ||Confirmed
Refer to Cisco Security Notice for patch, upgrade or suggested workaround information. See References.
- Cisco Security Notice: Cisco Unified Computing System Baseboard Management Controller Arbitrary Command Execution Vulnerability .
Cisco Unified Computing System CVE-2012-4089 Local Command Injection Vulnerability
MCTOOLS in the fabric interconnect in Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS) allows local users to execute arbitrary Baseboard Management Controller (BMC) commands by leveraging (1) local, (2) shell-level, or (3) debug-level privileges at the operating-system layer, aka Bug ID CSCtg76239.
- Cisco Unified Computing System
Sep 23, 2013
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