Adobe released a series of out-of-band security fixes to address multiple Magento vulnerabilities that lead to code execution, customer list tampering.
Adobe has released a series of out-of-band security fixes to address multiple Magento vulnerabilities that lead to code execution, customer list tampering.
Eight of the vulnerabilities are considered either critical or important, only one is considered a moderate-severity flaw. The critical flaws are tracked as CVE-2020-24407 and CVE-2020-24400.
Below the list of affected versions:
|Magento Commerce||2.3.5-p1 and earlier versions||All|
|Magento Commerce||2.4.0 and earlier versions||All|
|Magento Open Source||2.3.5-p1 and earlier versions||All|
|Magento Open Source||2.4.0 and earlier versions||All|
One of the critical flaws addressed by Adobe is a file upload issue that can allow list bypass. Another critical SQL injection issue can lead to the execution of arbitrary code or arbitrary read/write database access. Both issues require an attacker to have already obtained admin privileges.
Adobe has also addressed a vulnerability, tracked as CVE-2020-24402, that can allow attackers to manipulate and modify customer lists.
Other flaws fixed by Adobe include a stored cross-site scripting (XSS) issue (CVE-2020-24408), a user session invalidation bug (CVE-2020-24401), and a security vulnerability that allows Magento CMS pages to be modified without permission (CVE-2020-24404). The company also addressed two restricted resource access bugs, tracked as CVE-2020-24405 and CVE-2020-24403 respectively, and unintended disclosure of a document root path that could lead to sensitive information disclosure (CVE-2020-24406).
This week, Adobe has also released a security update to address a critical remote code execution flaw in Adobe Flash Player (CVE-2020-9746) that could be exploited by threat actors by tricking the victims into visiting a website.
Attackers could exploit this flaw by simply inserting malicious strings in HTTP responses while unaware users visit a website.
(SecurityAffairs – hacking, Adobe)