Exploit released for maximum severity Fortinet RCE bug, patch now

Security researchers have released a proof-of-concept exploit for a maximum-severity vulnerability in Fortinet’s security information and event management solution, which was patched in February.

On Tuesday, over three months after Fortinet released security updates to patch this security flaw, Horizon3’s Attack Team shared a proof-of-concept exploit and published a technical deep-dive.

The PoC exploit released today by Horizon3 helps execute commands as root on any Internet-exposed and unpatched FortiSIEM appliances.

Horizon3’s Attack Team also released a PoC exploit for a critical flaw in Fortinet’s FortiClient Enterprise Management Server software, which is now actively exploited in attacks.

Maximum severity Flowmon bug has a public exploit, patch now.

PoC exploit released for RCE zero-day in D-Link EXO AX4800 routers.

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