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CVE-2024-0204: Fortra GoAnywhere MFT Authentication Bypass Deep-Dive

On January 22, 2024 Fortra posted a security advisory for their GoAnywhere MFT product. This advisory details an authentication bypass vulnerability, CVE-2024-0204, that allows an unauthenticated attacker to create an administrative user for the application. Customers were made aware of the issue by an internal security advisory post and patch made available on December 4, 2023, in which researchers malcolm0x...
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Writeup for CVE-2023-39143: PaperCut WebDAV Vulnerability

Introduction Back in Aug. 2023 we released an advisory for CVE-2023-39143, a critical vulnerability that affects Windows installs of the PaperCut NG/MF print management software. Attackers can exploit this vulnerability to download and delete arbitrary files, and in certain common configurations upload files, leading to remote code execution. This vulnerability was patched in PaperCut version 22.1.3 in July 2023. This...
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