Detects 'Remote Code Execution (RCE)' vulnerability in Azure Open Management Infrastructure affects v. Unknown.
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The Azure Open Management Infrastructure is a management solution designed by Microsoft to help users keep track of their digital assets. It is used to manage and monitor a wide range of resources, including virtual machines, applications, and networks. The solution is commonly used by organizations to handle their IT services efficiently and with ease. Azure Open Management Infrastructure is especially useful for those who operate cloud infrastructures, as it allows them to monitor and manage multiple cloud resources in one place.
CVE-2021-38647 is a critical remote execution vulnerability that was detected in the Azure Open Management Infrastructure. This vulnerability allows an attacker to execute arbitrary code remotely and gain complete control over the targeted system. Specifically, this vulnerability is caused by a flaw in the Open Management Infrastructure agent that failed to validate the inputs received from users, enabling malicious actors to exploit it easily.
If exploited, the CVE-2021-38647 vulnerability could lead to devastating consequences for organizations. Hackers could gain unauthorized access to sensitive data and cause data breaches. The vulnerability could also enable attackers to deploy malware, ransomware or steal valuable corporate or personal information.
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