CVSS Score of 10 (low)


Published Jul 11, 2023
Updated: Jul 18, 2023


CVE-2023-36755 is a vulnerability that affects various versions of RUGGEDCOM ROX MX5000, ROX MX5000RE, ROX RX1400, ROX RX1500, ROX RX1501, ROX RX1510, ROX RX1511, ROX RX1512, ROX RX1524, ROX RX1536, and ROX RX5000 devices. The vulnerability exists in the SCEP CA Certificate Name parameter in the web interface of these devices, which lacks server-side input sanitation. An authenticated remote attacker with privileged access could exploit this vulnerability to execute arbitrary code with root privileges. The risk score is 26 out of 100, and the severity is rated as critical. It is recommended to apply the latest version (V2.16.0) of the affected products to remediate this vulnerability and prevent potential damage or unauthorized access to the organization's systems.


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