PT-2018-08: SQL injection in Ipswitch WhatsUp Gold
Ipswitch WhatsUp Gold
Version: 17.1.0 and earlier
Severity level: High
Impact: SQL injection
Access Vector: Remote
Base Score: 9.8
The specialists of the Positive Research center have detected an SQL injection vulnerability in Ipswitch WhatsUp Gold.
SQL injection vulnerability in Ipswitch WhatsUp Gold, due to insufficient validation of user input on some .ASP pages, allows attackers to execute arbitrary SQL commands and obtain credentials providing control over network devices.
How to fix
Update your software up to the latest version
21.04.2017 - Vendor gets vulnerability details
22.07.2017 - Vendor releases fixed version and details
28.04.2018 - Public disclosure
The vulnerability was detected by Anton Vaychikauskas, Positive Research Center (Positive Technologies Company)
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