CVE-2019-15023 Insecure Password Storage in Zingbox Inspector
A security vulnerability exists in Zingbox Inspector that results in passwords for 3rd party integrations being stored in cleartext in device configuration. (Ref: CVE-2019-15023)
The vulnerability allows for the viewing of plaintext credentials stored within the Zingbox Inspector software and stored configuration files.
This issue affects Zingbox Inspector, versions 1.294 and earlier.
|Zingbox Inspector 1||<= 1.294||>= 1.295|
CVSSv3.1 Base Score:7.5 (CVSS:3.1/AV:N/AC:L/PR:N/UI:N/S:U/C:H/I:N/A:N)
CWE-312 Cleartext Storage of Sensitive Information
Zingbox Inspector, version 1.295 and later.
Workarounds and Mitigations
In the normal course of operation, Zingbox Inspector automatically updates its own software, and a fixed version of software has already been made available. No user action is required unless the software is unable to update itself. Customers still running affected versions of Zingbox Inspector software can mitigation this issue by updating to a patched version, or by disabling any 3rd party integrations configured within Zingbox Inspector where 3rd party credentials are required and stored within the Zingbox Inspector software. See product documentation for more information on how to disable 3rd party integrations.