SolidWorks Product Data Management 2014 File Upload pdmwService.exe path traversal
|CVSS Meta Temp Score|
CVSS is a standardized scoring system to determine possibilities of attacks. The Temp Score considers temporal factors like disclosure, exploit and countermeasures. The unique Meta Score calculates the average score of different sources to provide a normalized scoring system.
|Current Exploit Price (≈)|
Our analysts are monitoring exploit markets and are in contact with vulnerability brokers. The range indicates the observed or calculated exploit price to be seen on exploit markets. A good indicator to understand the monetary effort required for and the popularity of an attack.
|CTI Interest Score|
Our Cyber Threat Intelligence team is monitoring different web sites, mailing lists, exploit markets and social media networks. The CTI Interest Score identifies the interest of attackers and the security community for this specific vulnerability in real-time. A high score indicates an elevated risk to be targeted for this vulnerability.
A vulnerability, which was classified as critical, was found in SolidWorks Product Data Management 2014. This affects an unknown function of the file pdmwService.exe of the component File Upload. The manipulation with an unknown input leads to a path traversal vulnerability. CWE is classifying the issue as CWE-22. The software uses external input to construct a pathname that is intended to identify a file or directory that is located underneath a restricted parent directory, but the software does not properly neutralize special elements within the pathname that can cause the pathname to resolve to a location that is outside of the restricted directory. This is going to have an impact on integrity, and availability. The summary by CVE is:
Directory traversal vulnerability in pdmwService.exe in SolidWorks Workgroup PDM 2014 allows remote attackers to write to arbitrary files via a .. (dot dot) in the filename in a file upload.
The weakness was published 01/13/2015 (Website). The advisory is shared at xforce.iss.net. This vulnerability is uniquely identified as CVE-2014-100015 since 01/13/2015. The exploitability is told to be easy. It is possible to initiate the attack remotely. No form of authentication is needed for exploitation. Technical details and a public exploit are known. MITRE ATT&CK project uses the attack technique T1006 for this issue.
A public exploit has been developed by Mohamed Shetta and been published before and not just after the advisory. It is declared as proof-of-concept. The exploit is shared for download at exploit-db.com. The vulnerability was handled as a non-public zero-day exploit for at least 325 days. During that time the estimated underground price was around $0-$5k.
There is no information about possible countermeasures known. It may be suggested to replace the affected object with an alternative product.
The vulnerability is also documented in the databases at X-Force (91518) and Exploit-DB (31831). Similar entries are available at 73609, 73604, 73603 and 73602.
CVSSv3VulDB Meta Base Score: 6.5
VulDB Meta Temp Score: 6.2
VulDB Base Score: 6.5
VulDB Temp Score: 6.2
VulDB Vector: 🔍
VulDB Reliability: 🔍
VulDB Base Score: 🔍
VulDB Temp Score: 🔍
VulDB Reliability: 🔍
NVD Base Score: 🔍
ExploitingClass: Path traversal
Author: Mohamed Shetta
EPSS Score: 🔍
EPSS Percentile: 🔍
Price Prediction: 🔍
Current Price Estimation: 🔍
Threat IntelligenceInterest: 🔍
Active Actors: 🔍
Active APT Groups: 🔍
CountermeasuresRecommended: no mitigation known
0-Day Time: 🔍
02/22/2014 +2 days 🔍
02/22/2014 +0 days 🔍
01/13/2015 +325 days 🔍
01/13/2015 +0 days 🔍
01/13/2015 +0 days 🔍
03/27/2015 +73 days 🔍
04/11/2022 +2572 days 🔍
CVE: CVE-2014-100015 (🔍)
SecurityFocus: 65711 - Pomm LTree Converter Unspecified SQL Injection Vulnerability
scip Labs: https://www.scip.ch/en/?labs.20161013
See also: 🔍
EntryCreated: 03/27/2015 02:56 PM
Updated: 04/11/2022 08:40 AM
Changes: 03/27/2015 02:56 PM (48), 04/07/2018 10:16 AM (13), 04/11/2022 08:40 AM (3)
Want to stay up to date on a daily basis?
Enable the mail alert feature now!
No comments yet. Languages: en.
Please log in to comment.