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SSRF Vulnerability Patched in Bitdefender GravityZone Console On-Premise

Bitdefender fixed a serious vulnerability (CVE-2024-4177, CVSS 8.1) in its GravityZone Console On-Premise product. This flaw, found by security researcher Nicolas Verdier (n1nj4sec), could enable attackers to carry out server-side request forgery (SSRF) attacks, possibly resulting in unauthorized access and data breaches.

GravityZone Console is a security management platform by Bitdefender. It helps monitor and manage security across different endpoints, networks, and cloud environments. The vulnerability affects on-premise versions of GravityZone Console before version 6.38.1-2.

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The problem is a flaw in the host whitelist parser of the proxy service. An attacker could exploit this flaw to manipulate server requests, causing unintended actions or leaking sensitive information. These vulnerabilities are very dangerous as they can bypass security controls and allow unauthorized access to internal systems.

Bitdefender has fixed the issue with an automatic update to version 6.38.1-2 of the GravityZone Console On-Premise. Users with affected versions should update to avoid potential risks from this vulnerability.

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