Insertion of Sensitive Information into Log File
Dell EMC PowerScale OneFS versions 8.2.x, 9.1.0.x, and 126.96.36.199 contain a sensitive information exposure vulnerability in log files. A local malicious user with ISI_PRIV_LOGIN_SSH, ISI_PRIV_LOGIN_CONSOLE, or ISI_PRIV_SYS_SUPPORT privileges may exploit this vulnerability to access sensitive information. If any third-party consumes those logs, the same sensitive information is available to those systems as well.
CWE-532 - Insertion of Sensitive Information into Log File
It's quite common for applications to save logs. For example, whenever a user requests a resource from a particular website, the web server writes information about the request to a log file. These files are helpful for identifying abnormal system activity, bugs, and evaluating the security controls of the application. Security of log files is critical for the overall security of the application and its confidential resources. An application that lacks appropriate logging levels can expose sensitive user data and system information stored on the log files to malicious users. This info can be exploited to compromise your system.