URL Redirection to Untrusted Site ('Open Redirect')
An Open Redirect vulnerability located in the webserver affects several Bosch hardware and software products. The vulnerability potentially allows a remote attacker to redirect users to an arbitrary URL. Affected hardware products: Bosch DIVAR IP 2000 (vulnerable versions: 3.10; 3.20; 3.21; 3.50; 3.51; 3.55; 3.60; 3.61; 3.62; fixed versions: 3.62.0019 and newer), Bosch DIVAR IP 5000 (vulnerable versions: 3.10; 3.20; 3.21; 3.50; 3.51; 3.55; 3.60; 3.61; 3.62; fixed versions: 3.80.0033 and newer). Affected software products: Video Recording Manager (VRM) (vulnerable versions: 3.20; 3.21; 3.50; 3.51; 3.55; 3.60; 3.61; 3.62; fixed versions: 3.70.0056 and newer; 3.81.0032 and newer), Bosch Video Management System (BVMS) (vulnerable versions: 3.50.00XX; 3.55.00XX; 3.60.00XX; fixed versions: 7.5; 3.70.0056).
CWE-601 - Open Redirect
An open redirect attack employs a URL parameter, HTML refresh tags, or a DOM based location change to exploit the trust of a vulnerable domain to direct the users to a malicious website. The attack could lead to higher severity vulnerabilities such as unauthorized access control, account takeover, XSS, and more.