CVSS Score of 10 (low)


Published Nov 28, 2023
Updated: Dec 4, 2023


A vulnerability known as CVE-2023-35139 has been identified in the CGI program of the Zyxel ATP series firmware versions 5.10 through 5.37, USG FLEX series firmware versions 5.00 through 5.37, USG FLEX 50(W) series firmware versions 5.10 through 5.37, USG20(W)-VPN series firmware versions 5.10 through 5.37, and VPN series firmware versions 5.00 through 5.37. This vulnerability allows an unauthenticated attacker on the LAN to store malicious scripts in the affected device, potentially leading to the execution of these scripts and cookie theft when a user visits a specific CGI for dumping ZTP logs. The risk score associated with this vulnerability is rated at 25 out of a possible 100. It has been classified as CWE-79, which refers to improper neutralization of input during web page generation (cross-site scripting). Remediation measures should be taken promptly to mitigate the potential danger this vulnerability poses to affected organizations' security systems and data integrity. (Note: The given text lacks some necessary information such as how to remediate the vulnerability.)


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