Potential safety implications:
XSS, CSRF, Path Traversal, Broken Access Control, Potential Buffer Overflow
Summary of Vulnerabilities:
Potential vulnerabilities have been identified in the Utax P-C2655wMFP system. The vulnerabilities can be exploited to perform cross-site scripting (XSS), cross-site request forgery (CSRF), path traversal, broken access control, or buffer overflow attacks.
CVE-2019-13195, CVE-2019-13196, CVE-2019-13197, CVE-2019-13198, CVE-2019-13199, CVE-2019-13200, CVE-2019-13201, CVE-2019-13202, CVE-2019-13203, CVE-2019-13204, CVE-2019-13205, CVE-2019-13206
TA Triumph-Adler GmbH and Utax would like to thank the NCC Group for reporting these vulnerabilities, as it helps our company to optimize product safety.
Affected product and software update:
Please use the software version below, which fixes the security vulnerabilities. For more information on installing the updated software, please contact email@example.com.
Product Name: Utax P-C2655w MFP
Updated Software version: 2R7_2000.002.301
30. August 2019