CVE-2024-31410

Claroty Security Advisory

CWE-321: USE OF HARD-CODED CRYPTOGRAPHIC KEY

The devices Power Panel manages use identical certificates based on a hard-coded cryptographic key. This can allow an attacker to impersonate any client in the system and send malicious data.

Successful exploitation of these vulnerabilities could result in an attacker bypassing authentication and gaining administrator privileges, forging JWT tokens to bypass authentication, writing arbitrary files to the server and achieving code execution, gaining access to services with the privileges of a PowerPanel application, gaining access to the testing or production server, learning passwords and authenticating with user or administrator privileges, injecting SQL syntax, writing arbitrary files to the system, executing remote code, impersonating any client in the system and sending malicious data, or obtaining data from throughout the system after gaining access to any device.

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