Web security flaws in QNAP storage devices

A security researcher has published details of how a series of web security flaws in QNAP network attached storage (NAS) devices leave many systems open to pwnage. Multiple vulnerabilities in QNAP Photo Station and CGI programs can be chained together to achieve a pre-authentication remote code execution attack, Henry Huang from CyCarrier CSIRT discovered. Huang discovered and reported four vulnerabilities to QNAP NAS devices last June (CVE-2019–7192, CVE-2019–7193, CVE-2019–7194, and CVE-2019–7195). The clutch of bugs were fixed last December, but Huang held off on going public with the details in order to give admins a chance to patch systems that would otherwise be wide open to attack.

Source: Daily Swig