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Parallels Plesk Remote Code Execution Vulnerability
No patch available, vulnerable versions of Plesk are no longer receiving updates.
Plesk is vulnerable to a remote PHP script execution vulnerability, which results in arbitrary code execution in the vulnerable system. Active exploitation of this vulnerability has been confirmed as early as April 2013. Multiple reports indicate that 9.2 is affected, while the original researcher claims multiple versions to be affected.
Yes: arbitrary PHP script execution.
Remote Code Execution
Exploitation of this vulnerability is possible via a maliciously crafted request. Attackers who successfully exploit this vulnerability will be able to execute code on the vulnerable system with the same rights as Plesk.
No mitigations are currently available.
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19269 - Plesk Remote Command Execution (Zero Day)
2013-06-05: Vulnerability disclosed
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