CVSS Score of 10 (low)


Published Jun 23, 2023
Updated: Jul 5, 2023


CVE-2023-34254 is a vulnerability in the GLPI Agent, a generic management agent. Prior to version 1.5, if the glpi-agent is running the remoteinventory task with an ssh command on an Unix platform, an administrator user on the remote can inject a command in a specific workflow that the agent would run with its privileges. This allows a malicious user to gain high privileges on the computer where glpi-agent is running and potentially disclose all remote accesses configured for the remoteinventory task. The vulnerability has been patched in glpi-agent 1.5. This vulnerability has a high severity rating and poses a risk to organizations as it can lead to unauthorized privilege escalation and potential exposure of sensitive information. The affected products include r6Wi2R, r6Wi2S, r6Wi2T, r6Wi2U, r6Wi2V, and r6Wi2W.

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