Zimbra - Remote Code Execution (CVE-2022-41352)
- CVSSv3 Score
- Vulnerability description
Zimbra server is is vulnerable to CVE-2022-41352, a vulnerability found in the archive unpacking utility named cpio, which is used by the Amavis content filter, which in turn is part of the Zimbra Collaboration suite. This vulnerability is affecting the
/fileupload/toolsAnyendpoint. The attacker can upload and execute Java Server Pages (JSP) files through the vulnerable endpoint. Uploading a webshell, the attacker can successfully achieve Remote Code Execution on the server.
- Risk description
The risk exists that a remote unauthenticated attacker can fully compromise the server in order to steal confidential information, install ransomware, or pivot to the internal network.
- Exploit capabilities
Sniper can gain unauthenticated Remote Code Execution on the target system and extract multiple artefacts as evidence.
Upgrade the Zimbra server to the latest version.
- Not available
- Detectable with
- Network Scanner
- Exploitable with Sniper
- Vuln date
- Sep 2022
- Published at
- Updated at
- Software Type
- Email server
- Zimbra Collaboration Software