The Taiwanese vendor QNAP has released security updates to fix eight vulnerabilities that could be exploited by attackers to over unpatched NAS devices.
The high-severity vulnerabilities tracked as CVE-2020-2495, CVE-2020-2496, CVE-2020-2497, and CVE-2020-2498 are cross-side-scripting flaws that could allow remote attackers to inject malicious code in File Station, to inject malicious code in System Connection Logs, and to inject malicious code in certificate configuration.
Other high severity issues fixed by the vendor are:
The Taiwanese vendor released security updates for QNAP QuTS hero high-performance ZFS-based operating system and the QTS NAS OS.
Customers have to apply the security updates as soon as possible to prevent their devices from being compromised.
In October, the vendor published an advisory to warn customers that certain versions of its NAS OS (QTS) are affected by the Zerologon vulnerability.
In October, QNAP also addressed two critical security vulnerabilities in the Helpdesk app that can potentially allow threat actors to take over the vulnerable QNAP network-attached storage (NAS) devices.
In September, while the AgeLocker ransomware was continuing to target QNAP NAS systems, the Taiwanese vendor urged customers to update the firmware and apps.
In June the company also warned of eCh0raix ransomware attacks that targeted its NAS devices.
(SecurityAffairs – hacking, NAS)