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  • Keyword (text search): cpe:2.3:o:siemens:ruggedcom_rox_rx1536_firmware:2.14.1:*:*:*:*:*:*:*
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A vulnerability has been identified in RUGGEDCOM ROX MX5000 (All versions < 2.15.1), RUGGEDCOM ROX MX5000RE (All versions < 2.15.1), RUGGEDCOM ROX RX1400 (All versions < 2.15.1), RUGGEDCOM ROX RX1500 (All versions < 2.15.1), RUGGEDCOM ROX RX1501 (All versions < 2.15.1), RUGGEDCOM ROX RX1510 (All versions < 2.15.1), RUGGEDCOM ROX RX1511 (All versions < 2.15.1), RUGGEDCOM ROX RX1512 (All versions < 2.15.1), RUGGEDCOM ROX RX1524 (All versions < 2.15.1), RUGGEDCOM ROX RX1536 (All versions < 2.15.1), RUGGEDCOM ROX RX5000 (All versions < 2.15.1). Affected devices do not properly validate user input, making them susceptible to command injection. An attacker with access to either the shell or the web CLI with administrator privileges could access the underlying operating system as the root user.

Published: July 12, 2022; 6:15:10 AM -0400
V3.1: 7.2 HIGH
V2.0: 10.0 HIGH

In ISC DHCP 4.1-ESV-R1 -> 4.1-ESV-R16, ISC DHCP 4.4.0 -> 4.4.2 (Other branches of ISC DHCP (i.e., releases in the 4.0.x series or lower and releases in the 4.3.x series) are beyond their End-of-Life (EOL) and no longer supported by ISC. From inspection it is clear that the defect is also present in releases from those series, but they have not been officially tested for the vulnerability), The outcome of encountering the defect while reading a lease that will trigger it varies, according to: the component being affected (i.e., dhclient or dhcpd) whether the package was built as a 32-bit or 64-bit binary whether the compiler flag -fstack-protection-strong was used when compiling In dhclient, ISC has not successfully reproduced the error on a 64-bit system. However, on a 32-bit system it is possible to cause dhclient to crash when reading an improper lease, which could cause network connectivity problems for an affected system due to the absence of a running DHCP client process. In dhcpd, when run in DHCPv4 or DHCPv6 mode: if the dhcpd server binary was built for a 32-bit architecture AND the -fstack-protection-strong flag was specified to the compiler, dhcpd may exit while parsing a lease file containing an objectionable lease, resulting in lack of service to clients. Additionally, the offending lease and the lease immediately following it in the lease database may be improperly deleted. if the dhcpd server binary was built for a 64-bit architecture OR if the -fstack-protection-strong compiler flag was NOT specified, the crash will not occur, but it is possible for the offending lease and the lease which immediately followed it to be improperly deleted.

Published: May 26, 2021; 6:15:07 PM -0400
V3.1: 7.4 HIGH
V2.0: 3.3 LOW