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CVE-2021-37216 Scanner

Detects 'Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)' vulnerability in QSAN Storage Manager XN8008T affects v. through 3.3.2.


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10 sec

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CVE-2021-37216 Scanner Detail

QSAN Storage Manager XN8008T is a powerful storage solution that is commonly used by enterprises and data centers to store and manage large amounts of data. This advanced and feature-rich storage manager is designed to offer high performance and reliability, making it an ideal choice for businesses that require robust data storage and management capabilities.

However, recently, a vulnerability has been detected in the QSAN Storage Manager XN8008T. This vulnerability is known as CVE-2021-37216, and it can be exploited by remote attackers to inject malicious JavaScript into the header page parameters of the storage manager. This injection of JavaScript can enable attackers to launch reflected cross-site scripting (XSS) attacks, thereby granting them unauthorized access to the storage manager.

Exploiting this vulnerability can lead to serious consequences for organizations that rely on QSAN Storage Manager XN8008T. Attackers can gain access to sensitive data stored on the system, manipulate, modify, or delete data, install malware, or even take over control of the system. This can result in significant financial losses, legal ramifications and damage to the organization's reputation.

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