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A vulnerability has been identified in SICAM A8000 CP-8031 (All versions less V4.80), SICAM A8000 CP-8050 (All versions less V4.80). Affected devices do not require an user to be authenticated to access certain files. This could allow unauthenticated attackers to download these files.
Linux Kernel eBPF OR NULL Pointer Local Privilege Escalation Exploit
The bpf verifier(kernel/bpf/verifier.c) did not properly restrict several *_OR_NULL pointer types which allows these types to do pointer arithmetic. An unprivileged user could use this flaw to escalate their privileges on a system. Setting parameter "kernel.unprivileged_bpf_disabled=1" prevents such privilege escalation by restricting access to bpf(2) call.
This update adds a couple modules to simulate a ransomware attack in a previously exploited host. "Ransomware Simulation" to run the simulated ransomware attack. "Files Decryption after Ransomware Simulation" to decrypt previously encrypted files.