|Topic||Authenticated SQL Injection on Alerts in Guardian/CMC before 22.5.2|
|CWE Impact||CWE-89: Improper Neutralization of Special Elements used in an SQL Command ('SQL Injection')|
|Affects||Guardian, CMC < v22.5.2|
|CVE Risk Level||High|
|Risk Level for Nozomi customers||Medium|
A SQL Injection vulnerability in Nozomi Networks Guardian and CMC, due to improper input validation in the Alerts controller, allows an authenticated attacker to execute arbitrary SQL queries on the DBMS used by the web application.
Authenticated users can extract arbitrary information from the DBMS in an uncontrolled way.
Guardian, CMC < v22.5.2
Use internal firewall features to limit access to the web management interface.
Upgrade to v22.5.2 or later.
This issue was found by Stefano Libero of Nozomi Networks Product Security team during an internal code review.