Product:

Router_manager

(Synology)
Repositories

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This might be proprietary software.

#Vulnerabilities 32
Date Id Summary Products Score Patch Annotated
2020-10-29 CVE-2020-27653 Algorithm downgrade vulnerability in QuickConnect in Synology Router Manager (SRM) before 1.2.4-8081 allows man-in-the-middle attackers to spoof servers and obtain sensitive information via unspecified vectors. Diskstation_manager, Router_manager 8.3
2020-10-29 CVE-2020-27654 Improper access control vulnerability in lbd in Synology Router Manager (SRM) before 1.2.4-8081 allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary commands via port (1) 7786/tcp or (2) 7787/tcp. Router_manager 9.8
2020-10-29 CVE-2020-27655 Improper access control vulnerability in Synology Router Manager (SRM) before 1.2.4-8081 allows remote attackers to access restricted resources via inbound QuickConnect traffic. Router_manager 10.0
2020-01-21 CVE-2019-14907 All samba versions 4.9.x before 4.9.18, 4.10.x before 4.10.12 and 4.11.x before 4.11.5 have an issue where if it is set with "log level = 3" (or above) then the string obtained from the client, after a failed character conversion, is printed. Such strings can be provided during the NTLMSSP authentication exchange. In the Samba AD DC in particular, this may cause a long-lived process(such as the RPC server) to terminate. (In the file server case, the most likely target, smbd, operates as... Ubuntu_linux, Debian_linux, Fedora, Enterprise_linux, Storage, Samba, Directory_server, Diskstation_manager, Router_manager, Skynas 6.5
2020-05-04 CVE-2019-11823 CRLF injection vulnerability in Network Center in Synology Router Manager (SRM) before 1.2.3-8017-2 allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (out-of-bounds read and application crash) via crafted network traffic. Router_manager 7.5
2017-10-04 CVE-2017-14491 Heap-based buffer overflow in dnsmasq before 2.78 allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (crash) or execute arbitrary code via a crafted DNS response. Eos, Arubaos, Ubuntu_linux, Debian_linux, Honor_v9_play_firmware, Geforce_experience, Linux_for_tegra, Leap, Enterprise_linux_desktop, Enterprise_linux_server, Enterprise_linux_workstation, Ruggedcom_rm1224_firmware, Scalance_m\-800_firmware, Scalance_s615_firmware, Scalance_w1750d_firmware, Linux_enterprise_debuginfo, Linux_enterprise_point_of_sale, Linux_enterprise_server, Diskstation_manager, Router_manager, Dnsmasq 9.8
2019-04-09 CVE-2019-3870 A vulnerability was found in Samba from version (including) 4.9 to versions before 4.9.6 and 4.10.2. During the creation of a new Samba AD DC, files are created in a private subdirectory of the install location. This directory is typically mode 0700, that is owner (root) only access. However in some upgraded installations it will have other permissions, such as 0755, because this was the default before Samba 4.8. Within this directory, files are created with mode 0666, which is... Fedora, Samba, Directory_server, Diskstation_manager, Router_manager, Skynas_firmware, Vs960hd_firmware 6.1
2018-01-04 CVE-2017-5753 Systems with microprocessors utilizing speculative execution and branch prediction may allow unauthorized disclosure of information to an attacker with local user access via a side-channel analysis. Cortex\-A12_firmware, Cortex\-A15_firmware, Cortex\-A17_firmware, Cortex\-A57_firmware, Cortex\-A72_firmware, Cortex\-A73_firmware, Cortex\-A75_firmware, Cortex\-A76_firmware, Cortex\-A77_firmware, Cortex\-A78_firmware, Cortex\-A78ae_firmware, Cortex\-A8_firmware, Cortex\-A9_firmware, Cortex\-R7_firmware, Cortex\-R8_firmware, Cortex\-X1_firmware, Neoverse_n1_firmware, Neoverse_n2_firmware, Ubuntu_linux, Debian_linux, Atom_c, Atom_e, Atom_x3, Atom_x5\-E3930, Atom_x5\-E3940, Atom_x7\-E3950, Atom_z, Celeron_j, Celeron_n, Core_i3, Core_i5, Core_i7, Core_m, Core_m3, Core_m5, Core_m7, Pentium_j, Pentium_n, Xeon, Xeon_bronze_3104, Xeon_bronze_3106, Xeon_e3, Xeon_e3_1105c_v2, Xeon_e3_1125c, Xeon_e3_1125c_v2, Xeon_e3_1220, Xeon_e3_12201, Xeon_e3_12201_v2, Xeon_e3_1220_v2, Xeon_e3_1220_v3, Xeon_e3_1220_v5, Xeon_e3_1220_v6, Xeon_e3_1220l_v3, Xeon_e3_1225, Xeon_e3_1225_v2, Xeon_e3_1225_v3, Xeon_e3_1225_v5, Xeon_e3_1225_v6, Xeon_e3_1226_v3, Xeon_e3_1230, Xeon_e3_1230_v2, Xeon_e3_1230_v3, Xeon_e3_1230_v5, Xeon_e3_1230_v6, Xeon_e3_1230l_v3, Xeon_e3_1231_v3, Xeon_e3_1235, Xeon_e3_1235l_v5, Xeon_e3_1240, Xeon_e3_1240_v2, Xeon_e3_1240_v3, Xeon_e3_1240_v5, Xeon_e3_1240_v6, Xeon_e3_1240l_v3, Xeon_e3_1240l_v5, Xeon_e3_1241_v3, Xeon_e3_1245, Xeon_e3_1245_v2, Xeon_e3_1245_v3, Xeon_e3_1245_v5, Xeon_e3_1245_v6, Xeon_e3_1246_v3, Xeon_e3_1258l_v4, Xeon_e3_1260l, Xeon_e3_1260l_v5, Xeon_e3_1265l_v2, Xeon_e3_1265l_v3, Xeon_e3_1265l_v4, Xeon_e3_1268l_v3, Xeon_e3_1268l_v5, Xeon_e3_1270, Xeon_e3_1270_v2, Xeon_e3_1270_v3, Xeon_e3_1270_v5, Xeon_e3_1270_v6, Xeon_e3_1271_v3, Xeon_e3_1275, Xeon_e3_1275_v2, Xeon_e3_1275_v3, Xeon_e3_1275_v5, Xeon_e3_1275_v6, Xeon_e3_1275l_v3, Xeon_e3_1276_v3, Xeon_e3_1278l_v4, Xeon_e3_1280, Xeon_e3_1280_v2, Xeon_e3_1280_v3, Xeon_e3_1280_v5, Xeon_e3_1280_v6, Xeon_e3_1281_v3, Xeon_e3_1285_v3, Xeon_e3_1285_v4, Xeon_e3_1285_v6, Xeon_e3_1285l_v3, Xeon_e3_1285l_v4, Xeon_e3_1286_v3, Xeon_e3_1286l_v3, Xeon_e3_1290, Xeon_e3_1290_v2, Xeon_e3_1501l_v6, Xeon_e3_1501m_v6, Xeon_e3_1505l_v5, Xeon_e3_1505l_v6, Xeon_e3_1505m_v5, Xeon_e5, Xeon_e5_1428l, Xeon_e5_1428l_v2, Xeon_e5_1428l_v3, Xeon_e5_1620, Xeon_e5_1620_v2, Xeon_e5_1620_v3, Xeon_e5_1620_v4, Xeon_e5_1630_v3, Xeon_e5_1630_v4, Xeon_e5_1650, Xeon_e5_1650_v2, Xeon_e5_1650_v3, Xeon_e5_1650_v4, Xeon_e5_1660, Xeon_e5_1660_v2, Xeon_e5_1660_v3, Xeon_e5_1660_v4, Xeon_e5_1680_v3, Xeon_e5_1680_v4, Xeon_e5_2403, Xeon_e5_2403_v2, Xeon_e5_2407, Xeon_e5_2407_v2, Xeon_e5_2408l_v3, Xeon_e5_2418l, Xeon_e5_2418l_v2, Xeon_e5_2418l_v3, Xeon_e5_2420, Xeon_e5_2420_v2, Xeon_e5_2428l, Xeon_e5_2428l_v2, Xeon_e5_2428l_v3, Xeon_e5_2430, Xeon_e5_2430_v2, Xeon_e5_2430l, Xeon_e5_2430l_v2, Xeon_e5_2438l_v3, Xeon_e5_2440, Xeon_e5_2440_v2, Xeon_e5_2448l, Xeon_e5_2448l_v2, Xeon_e5_2450, Xeon_e5_2450_v2, Xeon_e5_2450l, Xeon_e5_2450l_v2, Xeon_e5_2470, Xeon_e5_2470_v2, Xeon_e5_2603, Xeon_e5_2603_v2, Xeon_e5_2603_v3, Xeon_e5_2603_v4, Xeon_e5_2608l_v3, Xeon_e5_2608l_v4, Xeon_e5_2609, Xeon_e5_2609_v2, Xeon_e5_2609_v3, Xeon_e5_2609_v4, Xeon_e5_2618l_v2, Xeon_e5_2618l_v3, Xeon_e5_2618l_v4, Xeon_e5_2620, Xeon_e5_2620_v2, Xeon_e5_2620_v3, Xeon_e5_2620_v4, Xeon_e5_2623_v3, Xeon_e5_2623_v4, Xeon_e5_2628l_v2, Xeon_e5_2628l_v3, Xeon_e5_2628l_v4, Xeon_e5_2630, Xeon_e5_2630_v2, Xeon_e5_2630_v3, Xeon_e5_2630_v4, Xeon_e5_2630l, Xeon_e5_2630l_v2, Xeon_e5_2630l_v3, Xeon_e5_2630l_v4, Xeon_e5_2637, Xeon_e5_2637_v2, Xeon_e5_2637_v3, Xeon_e5_2637_v4, Xeon_e5_2640, Xeon_e5_2640_v2, Xeon_e5_2640_v3, Xeon_e5_2640_v4, Xeon_e5_2643, Xeon_e5_2643_v2, Xeon_e5_2643_v3, Xeon_e5_2643_v4, Xeon_e5_2648l, Xeon_e5_2648l_v2, Xeon_e5_2648l_v3, Xeon_e5_2648l_v4, Xeon_e5_2650, Xeon_e5_2650_v2, Xeon_e5_2650_v3, Xeon_e5_2650_v4, Xeon_e5_2650l, Xeon_e5_2650l_v2, Xeon_e5_2650l_v3, Xeon_e7, Xeon_e\-1105c, Xeon_gold, Xeon_phi, Xeon_platinum, Xeon_silver, Hci, Solidfire, Leap, Local_service_management_system, Solaris, Btc12_firmware, Btc14_firmware, Visunet_rm_shell, Bl2_bpc_1000_firmware, Bl2_bpc_2000_firmware, Bl2_bpc_7000_firmware, Bl2_ppc_1000_firmware, Bl2_ppc_2000_firmware, Bl2_ppc_7000_firmware, Bl_bpc_2000_firmware, Bl_bpc_2001_firmware, Bl_bpc_3000_firmware, Bl_bpc_3001_firmware, Bl_bpc_7000_firmware, Bl_bpc_7001_firmware, Bl_ppc12_1000_firmware, Bl_ppc15_1000_firmware, Bl_ppc15_3000_firmware, Bl_ppc15_7000_firmware, Bl_ppc17_1000_firmware, Bl_ppc17_3000_firmware, Bl_ppc17_7000_firmware, Bl_ppc_1000_firmware, Bl_ppc_7000_firmware, Bl_rackmount_2u_firmware, Bl_rackmount_4u_firmware, Dl_ppc15_1000_firmware, Dl_ppc15m_7000_firmware, Dl_ppc18\.5m_7000_firmware, Dl_ppc21\.5m_7000_firmware, El_ppc_1000\/m_firmware, El_ppc_1000\/wt_firmware, El_ppc_1000_firmware, Valueline_ipc_firmware, Vl2_bpc_1000_firmware, Vl2_bpc_2000_firmware, Vl2_bpc_3000_firmware, Vl2_bpc_7000_firmware, Vl2_bpc_9000_firmware, Vl2_ppc12_1000_firmware, Vl2_ppc7_1000_firmware, Vl2_ppc9_1000_firmware, Vl2_ppc_1000_firmware, Vl2_ppc_2000_firmware, Vl2_ppc_3000_firmware, Vl2_ppc_7000_firmware, Vl2_ppc_9000_firmware, Vl_bpc_1000_firmware, Vl_bpc_2000_firmware, Vl_bpc_3000_firmware, Vl_ipc_p7000_firmware, Vl_ppc_2000_firmware, Vl_ppc_3000_firmware, Simatic_itc1500_firmware, Simatic_itc1500_pro_firmware, Simatic_itc1900_firmware, Simatic_itc1900_pro_firmware, Simatic_itc2200_firmware, Simatic_itc2200_pro_firmware, Simatic_winac_rtx_\(F\)_2010_firmware, Suse_linux_enterprise_desktop, Suse_linux_enterprise_server, Suse_linux_enterprise_software_development_kit, Diskstation_manager, Router_manager, Skynas, Virtual_machine_manager, Vs360hd_firmware, Vs960hd_firmware, Esxi, Fusion, Workstation 5.6
2019-04-17 CVE-2019-9494 The implementations of SAE in hostapd and wpa_supplicant are vulnerable to side channel attacks as a result of observable timing differences and cache access patterns. An attacker may be able to gain leaked information from a side channel attack that can be used for full password recovery. Both hostapd with SAE support and wpa_supplicant with SAE support prior to and including version 2.7 are affected. Fedora, Freebsd, Backports_sle, Leap, Radius_server, Router_manager, Hostapd, Wpa_supplicant 5.9
2019-04-17 CVE-2019-9495 The implementations of EAP-PWD in hostapd and wpa_supplicant are vulnerable to side-channel attacks as a result of cache access patterns. All versions of hostapd and wpa_supplicant with EAP-PWD support are vulnerable. The ability to install and execute applications is necessary for a successful attack. Memory access patterns are visible in a shared cache. Weak passwords may be cracked. Versions of hostapd/wpa_supplicant 2.7 and newer, are not vulnerable to the timing attack described in... Debian_linux, Fedora, Freebsd, Backports_sle, Leap, Radius_server, Router_manager, Hostapd, Wpa_supplicant 3.7