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Seagate BlackArmor Multiple Vulnerabilities

Disclosed January 6, 2014    Zeroday : 321 days

Vulnerability Description:

Seagate BlackArmor NAS is vulnerable to a cross-site scripting vulnerability that attackers to submit a malicious POST request to the vulnerable server. The malicious POST request would permit the attacker’s arbitrary HTML and script code to be served to users, causing the cross-site scripting scenario to manifest. Additionally, Seagate BlackArmor NAS is vulnerable to a cross-site request forgery vulnerability, which could allow attackers to execute arbitrary administrative actions if a user clicked on a malicious link from the attacker.

Vendors:

Seagate

Vulnerable Software/Devices:

Seagate BlackArmor NAS sg2000-2000.1331, and possibly other versions.

Vulnerability Severity:

High

Exploit Availability:

Publicly Available

Exploit Impact:

Cross-Site Scripting
Exploitation of this vulnerability is possible via maliciously crafted URLs that contain malicious scripts. This may allow an attacker to siphon sensitive information or execute arbitrary web scripts within the context of the browser.

Cross-Site Request Forgery
Exploitation of this vulnerability is possible via forged HTML forms, sent to a victim through a number of different attack vectors (including malicious links). Attackers who successfully exploit this vulnerability may be able execute administrative actions.

BeyondTrust Prevention and Detection:

BeyondTrust's Retina® Network Security Scanner scans devices to detect for this vulnerability.

  • 32352 - Seagate BlackArmor Multiple Vulnerabilities (Zero-Day)

Mitigation:

No mitigations are currently available.

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