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CVE-2014-3206 Scanner

Detects 'OS Command Injection' vulnerability in Seagate BlackArmor NAS affects v. Unknown.

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Short Info


Level

Critical

Type

Single Scan

Can be used by

Asset Owner

Estimated Time

10 sec

Scan only one

Domain, Ipv4

Parent Category

CVE-2014-3206 Scanner Detail

Seagate BlackArmor NAS is a network-attached storage system designed to provide easy and secure backup solutions for small businesses and individuals. It allows users to access files from multiple devices, share content with others, and store data in a centralized location. The BlackArmor NAS is widely used in offices, homes, and personal networks due to its exceptional performance and user-friendly interface.

Unfortunately, the Seagate BlackArmor NAS is not immune to vulnerabilities, and one such vulnerability is CVE-2014-3206. This vulnerability occurs due to a lack of proper input validation in the backup management module. Attackers can exploit this vulnerability by sending a specially crafted HTTP request to the affected system, allowing them to execute arbitrary code remotely. 

When exploited, this vulnerability can cause significant damage to the system, including data loss, privacy breaches, and unauthorized access to confidential information. It can also result in the hijacking of the entire network and the installation of malware that goes undetected, leading to a compromised system.

At SecurityForEveryone.com, users can easily and quickly learn about vulnerabilities in their digital assets using the platform’s professional features. The platform leverages advanced scanning techniques and vulnerability databases to identify potential threats and provide actionable reports that help users stay protected. Whether you are a small business or an individual, SecurityForEveryone.com offers the necessary tools to keep your digital assets safe from CVE-2014-3206 and other vulnerabilities.

 

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