The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency on Tuesday added three security flaws to its Known Exploited Vulnerabilities catalog, based on evidence of active exploitation.
CVE-2022-47986 is described as a YAML deserialization flaw in the file transfer solution that could allow a remote attacker to execute code on the system.
Details of the flaw and a proof-of-concept were shared by Assetnote on February 2, a day after which the Shadowserver Foundation said it “Picked up exploitation attempts” in the wild.
The active exploitation of the Aspera Faspex flaw comes shortly after a vulnerability in Fortra’s GoAnywhere MFT-managed file transfer software was abused by threat actors with potential links to the Clop ransomware operation.
CISA also added two flaws impacting Mitel MiVoice Connect that could permit an authenticated attacker with internal network access to execute arbitrary code.
“Successful exploitation of these vulnerabilities could allow a malicious attacker to make unidentified impacts such as authentication bypass, information disclosure, denial-of-service, or bypass IP address authentication,” the agency said.