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CVE-2021-25296 Scanner

Detects 'OS Command Injection' vulnerability in Nagios XI affects v. xi-5.7.5.

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Short Info


Level

High

Type

Single Scan

Can be used by

Asset Owner

Estimated Time

10 sec

Scan only one

Domain, Ipv4

Parent Category

CVE-2021-25296 Scanner Detail

Nagios XI is an enterprise-level IT infrastructure monitoring solution used to detect and resolve IT infrastructure issues before they affect critical business processes. It provides complete monitoring of networks, servers, applications, and services, all through a single pane of glass. It is widely used by organizations that require high availability and uptime for their critical business operations.

Unfortunately, Nagios XI is not immune to vulnerabilities. One such vulnerability is CVE-2021-25296. This vulnerability exists in the file "/usr/local/nagiosxi/html/includes/configwizards/windowswmi/windowswmi.inc.php" due to incorrect sanitization of user-controlled input. As a result, authenticated users can inject operating system commands, leading to OS command injection on the Nagios XI server.

The exploitation of CVE-2021-25296 can lead to grave consequences. Attackers can leverage the vulnerability to execute arbitrary commands on the remote server with the permissions of the Nagios XI user account. With the right privileges, this can result in information disclosure, data theft, or even complete control of the system.

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