CISA adds 7 vulnerabilities to Known Exploited Vulnerabilities Catalog (to include Trend Micro, Sophos, Dell, QNAP) 

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has added 7 vulnerabilities to its Known Exploited Vulnerabilities Catalog.

An attacker could exploit these vulnerabilities to take over impacted systems.

The most recent vulnerabilities added to the the catalog include those affecting Trend Micro, Sophos, Windows, QNAP, Dell, and Dasan products:

CVE #Vulnerability Name
CVE-2022-26871Trend Micro Apex Central Arbitrary File Upload Vulnerability
CVE-2022-1040Sophos Firewall Authentication Bypass Vulnerability
CVE-2021-34484Microsoft Windows User Profile Service Privilege Escalation Vulnerability
CVE-2021-28799QNAP NAS Improper Authorization Vulnerability
CVE-2021-21551Dell dbutil Driver Insufficient Access Control Vulnerability
CVE-2018-10562Dasan GPON Routers Command Injection Vulnerability
CVE-2018-10561Dasan GPON Routers Authentication Bypass Vulnerability

Of special note, Trend Micro just released a security advisory on March 30, 2022 for the High severity Arbitrary File Upload vulnerability CVE-2022-26871 (CVSS score 8.6) in Apex Central products.

On March 25, 2022, Sophos fixed a Critical authentication bypass vulnerability CVE-2022-1040 (CVSS score 9.8) that affects the User Portal and Webadmin of Sophos Firewall. An attacker could exploit this issue and execute code remotely.

Moreover, another notable vulnerability added to the Catalog is the Dell dbutil driver vulnerability CVE-2021-21551.

In May of last year, security researchers from SentinelLabs discovered the BIOS driver privilege escalation flaw CVE-2021-21551 that had exposed hundreds of millions of Dell computers. As a result, a bad actor could locally escalate to kernel-mode privileges.

“Since 2009, Dell has released hundreds of millions of Windows devices worldwide which contain the vulnerable driver,” Kasif Dekel of SentinelLabs wrote in a blog post.

Finally, QNAP Systems, Inc. (QNAP) issued a statement last April warning users to immediately update and run malware scans on QNAP NAS devices after recent reports of ransomware attacks involving Qlocker and eCh0raix.

According to research reports at that time, attackers likely exploited the QNAP Improper Authorization Vulnerability in HBS 3 Hybrid Backup Sync CVE-2021-28799, as well as a SQL Injection Vulnerability in Multimedia Console and the Media Streaming Add-On CVE-2020-36195.

Readers can check out the most recent CISA post on March 31, 2022, as well as 32 previously added exploited vulnerabilities added earlier last week to the complete Known Exploited Vulnerabilities Catalog.

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