Zimbra Collaboration Suite (ZCS) Email Server Has Zero-Day Remote Code Execution Vulnerability
The Zimbra Collaboration Suite (ZCS) email server has an unpatched zero-day remote code execution vulnerability that hackers are actively exploiting. The issue is reportedly being exploited by the Winter Vivern APT group to hack government agencies.
The vulnerability is a reflected cross-site scripting (XSS) flaw that allows attackers to gain access to victims’ accounts. Once inside, the attackers can exploit sensitive information and conduct Business Email Compromise (BEC) scams.
A remote unauthenticated attacker can exploit this vulnerability to gain unauthorized access to the server filesystem. The flaw could be used to steal confidential data, install ransomware or conduct Business Email Compromise (BEC) scams.
Rapid7 discovered the vulnerability in Zimbra Collaboration Suite as its antivirus engine, Amavis, uses cpio to extract archives received from emails. Zimbra says it plans to remove the dependency on cpio and make pax a requirement.
Zimbra published a manual fix for this critical cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability. It affects versions of the software prior to 8.8.15 Patch 41.
TAG has observed exploitation of this flaw in the wild. Two campaigns, one of which is attributed to the Winter Vivern group, breached government organizations in Moldova and Tunisia.
This vulnerability is easily exploited and should be addressed without delay.
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A cross-site scripting vulnerability has been spotted in Zimbra Collaboration Suite version 8.8.15. The flaw allows hackers to gain remote code execution.
The vulnerability is based on a cpio loophole and can be exploited to extract emails, wipe information or conduct Business Email Compromise (BEC) scams. Zimbra released a patch and advised users to install it. A workaround is to use pax instead of cpio on vulnerable servers.
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A vulnerability has been identified in Zimbra Collaboration Suite (ZCS), a widely deployed email and calendar solution. The vulnerability impacts ZCS versions 8.8.15 through patch 41.
Attackers are exploiting the flaw in the wild. To mitigate, users should exercise caution with links and carefully scrutinize form input. Employing two-factor authentication also mitigates opportunities for attackers to breach systems and steal information.