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Last Modified on: 03/17/2023 10:15:00 PM UTC

The following vulnerability was found:

A command injection vulnerability in the function restore_rrddata() of Netgate pfSense v2.7.0 allows authenticated attackers to execute arbitrary commands via manipulating the contents of an XML file supplied to the component config.xml.

CVE References

Description Tags Link
Correct RRD backup/restore cmd file handling. Fixes #13935 · pfsense/[email protected] · GitHub
Bug #13935: RRD restore process does not sanitize filenames from backup XML - pfSense - pfSense bugtracker

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