Multiple vulnerabilities in the Baseboard Management Controller(BMC) of INSPUR server could allow an remote attacker with administrator privileges to perform a denial of service attack ,read an arbitrary file or execute arbitrary code with root privileges. The vulnerabilities are due to improper checks for certain user-supplied input.
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Download your product’s corresponding BMC image and perform the BMC upgrade. Please visit the Support Center site for updates on the applicable products.An attacker with administrator privileges could exploit these vulnerabilities by sending a crafted HTTP request. When this request is processed, an exploitable buffer overflow condition may occur.
2020-12-04 V1.0 INITIAL
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