by Ben Brown | 11/29/2023
In the ever-evolving landscape of cybersecurity, staying informed about the most critical vulnerabilities is crucial for businesses and individuals alike. This article delves into the top three cybersecurity vulnerabilities of 2023, drawing data from Exploit-DB and corroborating with other sources. We'll also discuss whether these exploits have been resolved and conclude with an introduction to Ronin Pentest's scanning service, a proactive measure for identifying vulnerabilities in your systems.
Details: This vulnerability affected several versions of Adobe ColdFusion, including 2018u17, 2021u7, and 2023u1. It allowed arbitrary code execution without user interaction due to a Deserialization of Untrusted Data issue.
Resolution: Adobe released security updates for ColdFusion versions 2021 and 2018, resolving critical vulnerabilities that could lead to arbitrary code execution and memory leak. They emphasized the importance of updating both ColdFusion and the JDK/JRE to the latest versions to ensure full protection.
**Details: ** This critical vulnerability, tagged CVE-2023-24489, had a high CVSS score of 9.1. It allowed unauthenticated attackers to remotely compromise the customer-managed ShareFile storage zones controller.
**Resolution: ** Citrix addressed this issue by releasing a patch in the ShareFile storage zones controller version 5.11.24 and subsequent versions. Additionally, Citrix blocked all customer-managed ShareFile storage zones controllers running on versions prior to 5.11.24 as a protective measure.
**Details: ** This vulnerability, with a CVSS score of 9.8, was found in Ivanti Sentry, formerly known as MobileIron Sentry. It allowed attackers to bypass authentication on the administrative interface due to an insufficiently restrictive Apache HTTPd configuration, potentially gaining control of this sensitive network component.
Resolution: Ivanti promptly released patches for supported versions of Sentry, along with RPM scripts customized for each version to fix the problem. They highlighted the low risk of exploitation for customers who did not expose the administrative API port 8443 to the internet.
In light of these vulnerabilities, it's evident that proactive measures are necessary to safeguard digital assets. Ronin Pentest offers comprehensive scanning services that help businesses identify and address potential security gaps in their systems. SMEs can significantly reduce their risk of cyber threats. Partnering with cybersecurity experts like Ronin Pentest can provide the additional support and expertise needed to navigate this complex landscape effectively. Remember, in the realm of cybersecurity, being proactive is always better than being reactive. Secure your business's future today.
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