Zoho this week announced patches for a high-severity SQL injection vulnerability in ManageEngine Password Manager Pro, PAM360, and Access Manager Plus.
ManageEngine is an enterprise software solution offering management capabilities for endpoints, enterprise services, identity and access, IT operations, and security information and events.
Tracked as CVE-2022-47523, the security defect could allow attackers to execute custom queries to gain access to database table entries.
“An SQL Injection vulnerability (CVE-2022-47523) was discovered in Password Manager Pro, PAM360 and Access Manager Plus. We have fixed this issue by adding proper validation and escaping special characters,” Zoho announced.
The vulnerability was resolved with the release of Password Manager Pro version 12210, PAM360 version 5801, and Access Manager Plus version 4309.
Zoho recommends that customers back up their Password Manager Pro, PAM360 and Access Manager Plus installations before updating, to ensure that no data loss occurs.
“Given the severity of this vulnerability, customers are strongly advised to upgrade to the latest build of PAM360, Password Manager Pro and Access Manager Plus immediately,” the company notes.
Zoho made no mention of this vulnerability being exploited in the wild, but previous ManageEngine bugs are known to have been targeted in attacks.
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