Dell Emc Vulnerabilities


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Dell EMC PowerScale OneFS70
Dell EMC iDRAC928
Dell EMC Isilon OneFS16
Dell EMC PowerStore14
Dell EMC UnityVSA14

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Official Fix177
Temporary Fix0
Not Defined164

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Not Defined332

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Affected Products (131): AppSync (5), Avamar (1), Avamar ADMe Web Interface (1), Avamar Server (11), BSAFE Crypto-C Micro Edition (1), CloudLink (9), Cloud Mobility for Dell Storage (1), DDOS (1), Data Protection Advisor (7), Data Protection Central (4), Data Protection Search (1), ECS (3), EMC IsilonSD Edge (1), EMC PowerScale (1), EMC PowerScale OneFS (2), EMC Solutions Enabler (2), EMC Solutions Enabler Virtual Appliance (2), EMC Unisphere for VMAX Virtual Appliance (2), EMC Unity (1), EMC VASA Virtual Appliance (2), EMC VASA Virtual Appliances (2), EMC VMAX Embedded Management (4), EMC VxRail (1), ESRS Policy Manager (1), Enterprise Copy Data Management (1), Enterprise SONiC OS (1), Enterprise Storage Analytics for vRealize Operations (1), Governance (7), IDPA (1), InsightIQ (1), Integrated Data Protection Appliance (10), Integrated System for Microsoft Azure Stack Hub (2), Isilion (6), Isilon OneFS (16), IsilonSD Management Server (2), Lifecycle (4), NetWorker (13), NetWorker AMQP (1), Networking PC5500 (1), Networking S4100 Switch (1), Networking S5200 Switch (1), Networking X-Series (2), OpenManage Enterprise (9), OpenManage Enterprise-Modular (5), OpenManage Enterprise Modular (1), OpenManage Integration (2), OpenManage Integration for Microsoft System Center (1), OpenManage Server Administrator (5), Open Manage System Administrator (2), PV ME5 (1), PowerConnect 7000 (1), PowerConnect 8024 (1), PowerConnect M6220 (1), PowerConnect M6348 (1), PowerConnect M8024 (1), PowerConnect M8024-K (1), PowerEdge VRTX Switch Module (2), PowerFlex (1), PowerMax OS (5), PowerProtect Cyber Recovery (2), PowerScale Node A200 (1), PowerScale Node F800 (1), PowerScale Node F810 (1), PowerScale Node H400 (1), PowerScale Node H500 (1), PowerScale Node H600 (1), PowerScale Node H5600 (1), PowerScale Node PowerScale Node A2000 (1), PowerScale Nodes (1), PowerScale OneFS (70), PowerStore (14), RSA Archer (11), RSA Authentication Manager (6), RSA BSAFE Crypto-C Micro Edition (1), RSA BSAFE Crypto-J (1), RSA BSAFE Micro Edition Suite (6), RSA BSAFE SSL-J (3), RSA Certificate Manager (1), RSA Identity Governance (4), RSA Identity Lifecycle (2), RSA Identity Management (1), RSA NetWitness Platform (3), RSA Security Analytics (3), RSA Via Lifecycle (4), RSA Web Threat Detection (1), RecoverPoint (6), RecoverPoint for VMs (3), RecoverPoint for Virtual Machines (3), Reporting (1), Repository Manager (2), SCG (1), SMIS (1), SRS Policy Manager (1), SaleIO (1), ScaleIO (2), Secure Remote Services (3), SmartFabric (1), Solutions Enabler Virtual Appliance (1), SourceOne (1), Storage (1), Storage Monitoring (1), Streaming Data Platform (5), SupportAssist Enterprise (1), System Update (1), Unisphere for PowerMax (5), Unisphere for PowerMax Virtual Appliance (2), Unisphere for VMAX (2), Unisphere for VMAX Virtual Appliance (1), Unity (12), Unity OE (1), Unity Operating Environment (2), UnityVSA (14), UnityVSA OE (1), Unity XT (8), Update Package Framework (1), VASA Provider Virtual Appliance (1), VMAX Embedded Management (1), VNX1 (1), VNX2 (1), VNX2 OE for File (5), VNXe3200 (1), VPLEX GeoSynchrony (1), ViPR Controller (1), Virtual Appliances (1), XtremIO (2), XtremIO XMS (3), iDRAC6 (2), iDRAC7 (8), iDRAC8 (12), iDRAC9 (28), iDRAC Service Module (1)

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02/08/20245.15.1Dell EMC AppSync log fileUnknownNot DefinedOfficial Fix0.000490.05CVE-2024-22464
03/17/20236.86.7Dell EMC Unisphere for PowerMax certificate validationUnknownNot DefinedOfficial Fix0.001210.00CVE-2021-21548
03/02/20237.37.3Dell EMC PowerScale OneFS information disclosureUnknownNot DefinedNot Defined0.000420.00CVE-2023-25536
02/28/20235.55.5Dell EMC PowerScale OneFS default permissionUnknownNot DefinedNot Defined0.000430.00CVE-2023-25540
02/28/20236.06.0Dell EMC PowerScale Node F810 Hardware Management Software protection mechanismUnknownNot DefinedNot Defined0.000780.00CVE-2023-23689
02/03/20238.58.5Dell EMC NetWorker nsrexecd code injectionUnknownNot DefinedNot Defined0.006230.03CVE-2023-24576
02/01/20238.88.6Dell EMC DDOS os command injectionUnknownNot DefinedOfficial Fix0.001330.00CVE-2023-23692
02/01/20235.45.4Dell EMC Data Protection Central Web Page Cache http headers for scripting syntaxUnknownNot DefinedNot Defined0.000960.00CVE-2022-45102
01/20/20237.57.5Dell EMC PV ME5 request smugglingUnknownNot DefinedNot Defined0.000860.00CVE-2023-23691
01/19/20236.36.3Dell EMC Cloud Mobility for Dell Storage improper check for certificate revocationCloud SoftwareNot DefinedNot Defined0.000970.00CVE-2023-23690
10/22/20227.07.0Dell EMC PowerScale OneFS privileges managementUnknownNot DefinedNot Defined0.000420.00CVE-2022-34438
10/22/20227.07.0Dell EMC PowerScale OneFS os command injectionUnknownNot DefinedNot Defined0.000440.00CVE-2022-34437
10/22/20224.64.6Dell EMC PowerScale OneFS log fileUnknownNot DefinedNot Defined0.000420.04CVE-2022-31239
10/22/20224.34.3Dell EMC Isilon OneFS SSHD default permissionUnknownNot DefinedNot Defined0.000540.00CVE-2020-5355
10/22/20226.06.0Dell EMC PowerScale OneFS allocation of resourcesUnknownNot DefinedNot Defined0.001780.00CVE-2022-34439
10/13/20225.95.8Dell EMC XtremIO excessive authenticationUnknownNot DefinedOfficial Fix0.003470.00CVE-2022-31228
10/11/20226.46.4Dell EMC Enterprise SONiC OS SSH hard-coded keyUnknownNot DefinedNot Defined0.002550.00CVE-2022-34425
09/02/20224.44.4Dell EMC PowerScale OneFS path traversalUnknownNot DefinedNot Defined0.000440.00CVE-2022-34378
09/02/20227.27.2Dell EMC PowerScale OneFS cleartext transmissionUnknownNot DefinedNot Defined0.002010.05CVE-2022-34371
09/02/20226.26.2Dell EMC PowerScale OneFS log fileUnknownNot DefinedNot Defined0.001500.00CVE-2022-34369
09/02/20228.88.7Dell EMC CloudLink Active Directory improper authenticationCloud SoftwareNot DefinedOfficial Fix0.004680.00CVE-2022-34379
08/31/20224.44.4Dell EMC Data Protection Advisor Trusted Application Data Store cross site scriptingUnknownNot DefinedNot Defined0.000540.04CVE-2022-33935
08/31/20225.85.8Dell EMC NetWorker insufficient permissions or privilegesUnknownNot DefinedNot Defined0.000650.04CVE-2022-34368
08/31/20228.68.6Dell EMC SmartFabric os command injectionUnknownNot DefinedNot Defined0.002910.07CVE-2022-31232
08/23/20225.35.2Dell EMC PowerScale OneFS unprotected primary channelUnknownNot DefinedNot Defined0.000790.00CVE-2022-33932

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