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CVE-2023-30258 Scanner

Detects 'Unauthenticated Remote Code Execution' vulnerability in MagnusBilling versions 6.x and 7.x, allowing remote attackers to execute arbitrary commands via HTTP requests.


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CVE-2023-30258 Scanner Detail

MagnusBilling is a VoIP billing and routing solution designed for VoIP providers, enabling them to manage their services efficiently. This open-source platform offers features such as rate management, invoicing, call routing, and customer management. It's widely used by telecommunications companies and VoIP service providers to streamline operations, reduce costs, and provide better service to their customers. MagnusBilling's flexibility and scalability make it a popular choice for businesses looking to leverage VoIP technology for their telecommunication needs.

CVE-2023-30258 exposes a critical security flaw in MagnusBilling 6.x and 7.x versions where an unauthenticated attacker can execute arbitrary commands on the server. This vulnerability is due to insufficient input validation in the application's HTTP request processing. By crafting a malicious request, attackers can inject and execute commands on the server without any authentication, leading to potential unauthorized access, data theft, or complete system compromise.

The vulnerability specifically resides in the icepay.php file, where the democ parameter is improperly validated. Attackers can exploit this by appending system commands to the parameter, which the server then executes. This flaw represents a significant risk as it allows for remote code execution (RCE) without needing to authenticate, granting attackers the ability to compromise the system, manipulate data, or establish a foothold within the network for further exploitation.

The exploitation of this RCE vulnerability could lead to severe consequences, including unauthorized system access, data breaches, service disruption, and the potential for further network compromise. For businesses relying on MagnusBilling for their VoIP services, this could mean significant operational downtime, financial losses, and damage to their reputation and customer trust.

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