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AUSCERT External Security Bulletin Redistribution
FortiGate & FortiADC - Read-only admins can obtain the LDAP credentials
configured in the FortiGate and FortiADC using the LDAP test
2 June 2021
AusCERT Security Bulletin Summary
Publisher: FortiGuard Labs
Operating System: Network Appliance
Impact/Access: Access Privileged Data -- Existing Account
CVE Names: CVE-2018-13374
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FortiGate & FortiADC - Read-only admins can obtain the LDAP credentials configured in the FortiGate and FortiADC using the LDAP test connectivity feature
IR Number : FG-IR-18-157
Date : Jun 01, 2021
Risk : 2/5
CVSSv3 Score : 4.2
Impact : Improper Access Control
CVE ID : CVE-2018-13374
FortiGate's and FortiADC's read-only admins are able to point an LDAP server
connectivity test request to a rogue LDAP server instead of the configured one,
in order to obtain the LDAP server login credentials configured in the
Improper Access Control
FortiOS 6.0.2 and before FortiADC 6.1.0 and before FortiADC 6.0.1 and before
FortiADC 5.4.4 and before
Upgrade to FortiOS 6.0.3 or upcoming 6.2.0
Please upgrade to FortiADC 6.1.1 or above.
Please upgrade to FortiADC 6.0.2 or above.
Please upgrade to FortiADC 5.4.5 or above.
Fortinet is pleased to thank Julio Engels Urena Martinez for reporting this
vulnerability under responsible disclosure.
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