Unrestricted Upload of File with Dangerous Type
A vulnerability has been identified in All other SIPROTEC 5 device types with CPU variants CP300 and CP100 and the respective Ethernet communication modules (All versions ), DIGSI 5 engineering software (All versions < V7.90), SIPROTEC 5 device types 6MD85, 6MD86, 6MD89, 7UM85, 7SA87, 7SD87, 7SL87, 7VK87, 7SA82, 7SA86, 7SD82, 7SD86, 7SL82, 7SL86, 7SJ86, 7SK82, 7SK85, 7SJ82, 7SJ85, 7UT82, 7UT85, 7UT86, 7UT87 and 7VE85 with CPU variants CP300 and CP100 and the respective Ethernet communication modules (All versions < V7.90), SIPROTEC 5 device types 7SS85 and 7KE85 (All versions < V8.01), SIPROTEC 5 device types with CPU variants CP200 and the respective Ethernet communication modules (All versions). A remote attacker could use specially crafted packets sent to port 443/TCP to upload, download or delete files in certain parts of the file system.
CWE-434 - Unrestricted Upload of File with dangerous type
'Unrestricted file upload with dangerous type' attacks involve an attacker uploading or transferring files of dangerous types to the server. The severity of such an attack depends upon the execution mechanism and the storage location of the uploaded file. Thus, it may range from simple defacement to arbitrary file execution, and complete system takeover.