|Impact||CVSS V3 rating: 10.0 (Critical)|
|Reported||02 November 2016|
|Fixed||08 February 2017|
|Affected Builds||Till Build 13100|
|Fixed in||Build 13200|
|Overview||Remote SQL injection vulnerabilities in URL /servlet/MenuHandlerServlet.|
|Recommended Fix||Upgrade to Applications Manager Version 13200 and above|
ManageEngine Applications Manager versions 12 and 13 were prone to remote SQL injection vulnerabilities. An unauthenticated attacker could access the URL /servlet/MenuHandlerServlet, which is vulnerable to SQL injection. The attacker could extract users' password hashes and depending on the database type and its configuration, could also execute operating system commands using SQL queries.
We recommend that you upgrade to Applications Manager Version 13200 to fix this issue.
Source and Acknowledgements
Find out more about CVE-2018-11808 from the CVE dictionary and NIST NVD.
Other Resources: https://seclists.org/fulldisclosure/2017/Apr/9
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