Zoho ManageEngine has released an advisory of a high-severity security flaw that affects multiple credential management products in the ManageEngine family.
The bug has been published under CVE-2022-47523.
This vulnerability grants access to the backend database of these products to an authenticated attacker. It is a SQL injection vulnerability. Exploiting it allows the attacker to run custom queries against any entries in the backend database. This vulnerability cannot be exploited by unauthenticated users.
- If your organization uses PAM360, Password Manager Pro, or Access Manager Plus, we strongly recommend you upgrade to the latest build immediately. The following versions are vulnerable:
- Password Manager Pro version 12200 and below
- PAM360 version 5800 and below
- Access Manager Plus version 4308 and below
- Enforce strong password policies and MFA whenever possible to prevent credentials from being exploited by attackers.
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