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AUSCERT External Security Bulletin Redistribution
Multiple Vulnerabilities in FortiManager
20 April 2015
AusCERT Security Bulletin Summary
Product: FortiNet FortiManager
Publisher: FortiGuard Labs
Operating System: Network Appliance
Impact/Access: Execute Arbitrary Code/Commands -- Remote/Unauthenticated
Increased Privileges -- Existing Account
Cross-site Scripting -- Remote with User Interaction
Access Confidential Data -- Existing Account
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Multiple Vulnerabilities in FortiManager
Date Apr 16 2015
Impact Escalation of Privileges, Cross-Site Scripting, SQL Query Execution,
SQL Injection, Arbitrary File Download
CVE ID Pending
Fixed In Firmware FortiManager v5.2.2, FortiManager v5.0.11
Certain versions of FortiManager are subject to the following vulnerabilities:
1. Escalation of Privileges: under certain circumstances, there exists the
possibility for a user to escalate privileges by modifying specific
2. Cross-Site Scripting Vulnerability: it may be possible for an attacker to
other user profiles. This vulnerability requires account access and privilege
escalation in order to be successful.
3. SQL Injection: a remote attacker may be able to perform an SQL Injection
attack on the FortiManager via an improperly sanitized input.
4. Local Privilege Escalation via CLI: certain commands can be exploited to
allow the passing of additional code which can allow an escalation of
5. Arbitrary File Download: an opportunity exists for an attacker to obtain
arbitrary files from the FortiManager which can lead to information
disclosure. This vulnerability requires an attacker to exploit another
vulnerability to escalate their privileges.
FortiManager v.5.2.1 and earlier
FortiManager v5.0.10 and earlier
FortiManager v5.0 through v5.0.10: Upgrade FortiManager to v5.0.11 or v5.2.2.
FortiManager v5.2 through v5.2.1: Upgrade FortiManager to v5.2.2.
Thank you to Maksymilian Motyl and the ITN Security Team at Orange Polska for
responsibly disclosing these vulnerabilities to Fortinet.
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