A vulnerability found last month in the configuration interface of the BIG-IP delivery controller used by some of the world’s biggest companies, governments, military, internet service providers, cloud-computing data centers and enterprise networks, was quickly fixed by its developer F5.
U.S. Cyber Command retweeted last Friday F5’s advisory to patch immediately the flaw that could unleash a Remote Code Execution (RCE), possibly leading to the creation or deletion files, disability of services, interception of information, run arbitrary system commands and Java code, completely compromise the system, and pursue further targets, such as the internal network.
Positive Technologies researcher Mikhail Klyuchnikov discovered the application delivery controller (ADC) vulnerability in the configuration interface of F5’s popular BIG-IP product
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