SonicWall fixed multiple critical vulnerabilities impacting its GMS firewall management and Analytics management and reporting engine.
SonicWall addressed multiple critical vulnerabilities in its Global Management System (GMS) firewall management and Analytics network management and reporting engine.
The company fixed 15 vulnerabilities that were disclosed in a Coordinated Vulnerability Disclosure (CVD) report in conjunction with NCCGroup. Four of these vulnerabilities are rated as critical, they can be exploited by an attacker to bypass authentication and potentially expose sensitive information to an unauthorized actor.
“GMS/Analytics is remediating a suite of 15 security vulnerabilities, disclosed in a Coordinated Vulnerability Disclosure (CVD) report in conjunction with NCCGroup.” reads the advisory published by the company. “This suite of vulnerabililtes, which was responsibility disclosed, includes four (4) vulnerabilities with a CVSSv3 rating of CRITICAL, that allows an attacker to bypass authentication and could potentially result in exposure of sensitive information to an unauthorized actor.”
Below are the critical vulnerabilities addressed by the vendor:
CVE-2023-34124Web Service Authentication Bypass9.4 (Critical)CWE-305: Authentication Bypass by Primary Weakness CVE-2023-34124Web Service Authentication Bypass9.4 (Critical)CWE-305: Authentication Bypass by Primary Weakness
CVE-2023-34134Password Hash Read via Web Service9.8 (Critical)CWE-200: Exposure of Sensitive Information to an Unauthorized ActorCVE-2023-34137CAS Authentication Bypass9.4 (Critical)CWE-305: Authentication Bypass by Primary Weakness The following table includes affected versions and versions that addressed the issues:
AFFECTEDVERSIONPATCHEDVERSION · GMS 9.3.2-SP1 and before ● GMS 9.3.3 · Analytics 220.127.116.11-R7 and before ● Analytics 2.5.2 SonicWall PSIRT is not aware of attacks in the wild exploiting any of the above vulnerabilities, according to the advisory no reports of a PoC have been made public.
The company is urging organizations using the vulnerable GMS/Analytics On-Prem versions to install security updates.
“SonicWall PSIRT strongly suggests that organizations using the GMS/Analytics On-Prem version outlined below should upgrade to the respective patched.” continues the advisory.
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