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Highwall Enterprise and Highwall Endpoint management interface - multiple vulns



Multiple vulnerabilities in Highwall Enterprise and Highwall Endpoint management interface
Multiple vulnerabilities in Highwall Enterprise and Highwall Endpoint management interface



Multiple vulnerabilities in Highwall Enterprise and Highwall Endpoint 
4.0.2.11045 management interface


SUMMARY

Highwall Enterprise and Highwall Endpoint wireless IDS management interface 
contain multiple vulnerabilities which can lead to privilege escalation and 
code execution.

DETAILS

Web interface of Highwall Enterprise and Highwall Endpoint don't properly 
screens characters in user supplied input. This can lead to Multiple 
Cross-Site Scripting and SQL Injection conditions. Vulnerabilities can be 
exploited by malicious system operator to escalate privileges or run code on 
his choice in context of Microsoft SQL Server back-end database. Also these 
vulnerabilities possible can be exploited by external attacker by using 
Access Point with special created SSID to bypass security restrictions or 
escalate privileges.

DISCLOSURE TIMELINE

8 September 2006 - Initial vendor contact, no response received.
September 2006 - Initial vendor contact, no response received.
18 October 2006 - Public disclosure 


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