Splunk Patches 9 Enterprise Product High-Severity Vulnerabilities

Splunk Patches

Splunk announced on November 2 the release of a new set of quarterly patches for Splunk Enterprise, which include fixes for nine high-severity vulnerabilities.

These security flaws are classified as remote code execution (RCE), XML external entity (XXE) injection, and reflected cross-site scripting (XSS) bugs and have a CVSS score of 8.8. The RCE vulnerabilities, identified as CVE-2022-43571 and CVE-2022-43567, allow authenticated attackers to execute code by sending crafted requests to the mobile alerts feature of the Splunk Secure Gateway app or by using the dashboard PDF generation component.

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Due to the XXE injection vulnerability, CVE-2022-43570, Splunk Web may embed the wrong documents as part of an error.

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