Fortinet Patches 6 High-Severity Vulnerabilities


Fortinet has informed customers about 16 vulnerabilities discovered in the company’s products, including six flaws that have been assigned a ‘high’ severity rating.

FortiTester is vulnerable to a high-severity flaw that lets logged-in attackers run commands by passing carefully crafted arguments to already existing commands. A flaw in FortiSIEM enables a local attacker with command-line access to directly perform actions on the Glassfish server using a hardcoded password. Cross-site scripting (XSS) bugs are the remaining serious security holes. They have an effect on FortiDeceptor, FortiManager, FortiAnalyzer, and FortiADC.

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Some of them allow for remote exploits that don’t require authentication. FortiOS, FortiTester, FortiSOAR, FortiMail, FortiEDR CollectorWindows, FortiClient for Mac, and FortiADC have all received patches for medium- and low-severity flaws.

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