Technical details and exploitation notes have been published for a remote-code-execution vulnerability in Sonicwall SMA 100 series VPN appliances.
The information was released today by infosec outfit Rapid7. This comes about a month after Sonicwall issued a patch for the security hole, which was discovered and privately disclosed by Rapid7’s Jake Baines to Sonicwall in October.
If you haven’t yet applied the update, now would be a good time before it’s widely exploited. So far there is no evidence the programming flaw, which is present in SMA 200, 210, 400, 410 and 500v products as well as the 100, has been abused in the wild, Sonicwall said.
Source: The Register