Session fixation and insufficient session expiration vulnerabilities allow an attacker to perfom session hijacking attacks against users.
An un-authenticated remote attacker would be able to impersonate other users and access the BMC web application under their privileges for potentially an indefinite amount of time.
October 21, 2022
The vulnerability affects: Lanner Inc IAC-AST2500A standard firmware version 1.10.0
Updated BMC firmware versions that fix the issue are available from Lanner technical support
Andrea Palanca of Nozomi Networks
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