Detects 'Remote Code Execution (RCE)' vulnerability in Revive Adserver affects v. 4.2.
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Revive Adserver is an open-source ad management software that helps publishers and advertisers to manage their ads effectively. This software is widely used by small and large-scale publishers to handle ad delivery, targeting, and monitoring. With Revive Adserver, publishers can manage multiple ad networks and measure their campaigns' performance with real-time reports.
CVE-2019-5434 is a vulnerability detected in the Revive Adserver application. This vulnerability is related to the unserialize() method of PHP, where an attacker can send a malicious payload to the XML-RPC invocation script's "what" parameter in the "openads.spc" RPC method. This vulnerability could allow attackers to exploit any serialize-related PHP vulnerabilities or even perform PHP object injection.
When exploited, the CVE-2019-5434 vulnerability can lead to severe consequences for publishers and advertisers. Attackers could use this vulnerability to gain access to the publisher's Revive Adserver instance and inject malicious code while managing the ad delivery process. This malicious ad code could then spread to third-party websites that host the advertiser's content, infecting their digital assets with malware.
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