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CVE-2023-31059 Scanner

Detects 'Directory Traversal' vulnerability in Repetier Server affects v. through 1.4.10.


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Single Scan

Single Scan

Can be used by

Asset Owner

Estimated Time

10 sec

Scan only one




Repetier Server is a popular software used for managing and controlling 3D printers remotely. It offers a user-friendly interface through which users can upload files, monitor printing progress, and adjust printer settings. With its multi-platform compatibility, Repetier Server is used by small businesses, education institutions, and individuals who require efficient and convenient 3D printing.

However, the Repetier Server is not immune to cybersecurity threats. A vulnerability referred to as CVE-2023-31059 was detected in Repetier Server version 1.4.10. This vulnerability is a directory traversal exploit, allowing attackers to read files that contain critical information such as login credentials. Attackers can achieve this by inserting characters such as "%5c" which helps them maneuver their way past the server's firewall undetected.

When exploited, the CVE-2023-31059 vulnerability can facilitate unauthorized access to sensitive information, putting the printer and the connected networks at risk of cyber attack. With unauthorized access to user credentials, an attacker can take full control of the Repetier Server and 3D printer. They can then use the printer's resources for malicious purposes like stealing or manipulating sensitive data and launching ransomware attacks.

In conclusion, by partnering with, readers and users can easily and quickly learn about vulnerabilities in their digital assets. Through the platform's pro features, they enjoy unparalleled protection against cyber threats. By staying informed, adopting best practices, and taking the necessary precautions, users can keep their Repetier Server and 3D printing activities safe.



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