CVE-2022-22948 The vCenter Server has an information disclosure vulnerability due to improper permission of files.

CVE-2022-22948 The vCenter Server has an information disclosure vulnerability due to improper permission of files.

vCenter Server is an important component of your IT infrastructure. An attacker with access to vCenter Server may cause disruptions in critical operations such as hosting virtual machines, deploying applications, and taking backups.

A cross-site scripting vulnerability exists in the vCenter Server web application due to improper sanitization of input. A malicious user may exploit this issue to conduct cross-site request forgery and inject malicious code into web pages.

A cross-site scripting vulnerability exists in the vCenter Server web application due to improper sanitization of input. A malicious user may exploit this issue to conduct cross-site request forgery and inject malicious code into web pages.

An information disclosure vulnerability exists due to improper permission of files. A malicious user with access to vCenter Server may exploit this issue to view sensitive information such as passwords, keys, and other confidential data.

An information disclosure vulnerability exists due to improper permission of files. A malicious user with access to vCenter Server may exploit this issue to view sensitive information such as passwords, keys, and other confidential data.

An information disclosure vulnerability exists due to improper permission of files. A malicious user with access to vCenter Server may exploit this issue to view sensitive information such as passwords, keys, and other confidential data.

Affected Software vCenter Server

CVE-2022-22948

Vulnerability summary

A cross-site scripting vulnerability exists in the vCenter Server web application due to improper sanitization of input. A malicious user may exploit this issue to conduct cross-site request forgery and inject malicious code into web pages.
An information disclosure vulnerability exists due to improper permission of files. A malicious user with access to vCenter Server may exploit this issue to view sensitive information such as passwords, keys, and other confidential data.

Vulnerability Introduction:

A cross-site scripting vulnerability exists in the vCenter Server web application due to improper sanitization of input. A malicious user may exploit this issue to conduct cross-site request forgery and inject malicious code into web pages.
An information disclosure vulnerability exists due to improper permission of files. A malicious user with access to vCenter Server may exploit this issue to view sensitive information such as passwords, keys, and other confidential data.

VIM Overview

VIM is a powerful, yet easy to use text editor. It has the ability to work with multiple files at once and offers a wide range of features.

If you are looking for a text editor with many features but not too complicated to use, then VIM is a good choice.

The main advantage of using VIM over other editors is that it can handle multiple files at once. This allows you to open multiple documents and do edits in one spot. VIM also offers many different functions that allow you to do complex things similar to other editors—such as syntax highlighting, outlining code blocks, searching and replacing text, indenting code blocks, and more.

Affected Software: vCenter Server 5.5

vCenter Server 5.1U2
vCenter Server 5.0
vCenter Server 4.1

References

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