Some vulnerabilities have been reported in Cisco Network Building Mediator, which can be exploited by malicious users to gain escalated privileges and by malicious people to gain knowledge of sensitive information.
1) Unspecified errors can be exploited by authenticated users via HTTP/HTTPS or XML-RPC over HTTP/HTTPS to gain escalated privileges and read/modify the device configuration.
2) Certain sensitive information (e.g. credentials) is passed via HTTP and XML-RPC over HTTP and may, therefore, be intercepted by a third party.
3) A certain system configuration file containing sensitive information (e.g. user account credentials) is accessible via XML-RPC over HTTP/HTTPS.
The vulnerabilities are reported in Richards-Zeta Mediator 2500 and Cisco Network Building Mediator NBM-2400 and NBM-4800 models.
NOTE: Certain predefined user accounts including the administrative user have default passwords assigned that, if left unchanged during setup, allows unauthorised access to the device.
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