Vulnerabilities (CVE)

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Total 21 CVE
CVE Vendors Products Updated CVSS v2 CVSS v3
CVE-2019-9533 1 Cobham 2 Explorer 710, Explorer 710 Firmware 2020-10-16 10.0 HIGH 9.8 CRITICAL
The root password of the Cobham EXPLORER 710 is the same for all versions of firmware up to and including v1.08. This could allow an attacker to reverse-engineer the password from available versions to gain authenticated access to the device.
CVE-2018-19392 1 Cobham 4 Satcom Sailor 250, Satcom Sailor 250 Firmware, Satcom Sailor 500 and 1 more 2020-08-24 5.0 MEDIUM 9.8 CRITICAL
Cobham Satcom Sailor 250 and 500 devices before 1.25 contained an unauthenticated password reset vulnerability. This could allow modification of any user account's password (including the default "admin" account), without prior knowledge of their password. All that is required is knowledge of the username and attack vector (/index.lua?pageID=Administration usernameAdmChange, passwordAdmChange1, and passwordAdmChange2 fields).
CVE-2019-9529 1 Cobham 2 Explorer 710, Explorer 710 Firmware 2019-10-21 4.9 MEDIUM 5.5 MEDIUM
The web application portal of the Cobham EXPLORER 710, firmware version 1.07, has no authentication by default. This could allow an unauthenticated, local attacker connected to the device to access the portal and to make any change to the device.
CVE-2019-9531 1 Cobham 2 Explorer 710, Explorer 710 Firmware 2019-10-17 10.0 HIGH 9.8 CRITICAL
The web application portal of the Cobham EXPLORER 710, firmware version 1.07, allows unauthenticated access to port 5454. This could allow an unauthenticated, remote attacker to connect to this port via Telnet and execute 86 Attention (AT) commands, including some that provide unauthenticated, shell-like access to the device.
CVE-2019-9532 1 Cobham 2 Explorer 710, Explorer 710 Firmware 2019-10-17 2.1 LOW 7.8 HIGH
The web application portal of the Cobham EXPLORER 710, firmware version 1.07, sends the login password in cleartext. This could allow an unauthenticated, local attacker to intercept the password and gain access to the portal.
CVE-2019-9534 1 Cobham 2 Explorer 710, Explorer 710 Firmware 2019-10-16 7.2 HIGH 7.8 HIGH
The Cobham EXPLORER 710, firmware version 1.07, does not validate its firmware image. Development scripts left in the firmware can be used to upload a custom firmware image that the device runs. This could allow an unauthenticated, local attacker to upload their own firmware that could be used to intercept or modify traffic, spoof or intercept GPS traffic, exfiltrate private data, hide a backdoor, or cause a denial-of-service.
CVE-2019-9530 1 Cobham 2 Explorer 710, Explorer 710 Firmware 2019-10-16 4.9 MEDIUM 5.5 MEDIUM
The web root directory of the Cobham EXPLORER 710, firmware version 1.07, has no access restrictions on downloading and reading all files. This could allow an unauthenticated, local attacker connected to the device to access and download any file found in the web root directory.
CVE-2018-5267 1 Cobham 2 Sea Tel 121, Sea Tel 121 Firmware 2019-10-03 7.5 HIGH 9.8 CRITICAL
Cobham Sea Tel 121 build 222701 devices allow remote attackers to bypass authentication via a direct request to MenuDealerGx.html, MenuDealer.html, MenuEuNCGx.html, MenuEuNC.html, MenuSysGx.html, or MenuSys.html.
CVE-2018-19393 1 Cobham 4 Satcom Sailor 800, Satcom Sailor 800 Firmware, Satcom Sailor 900 and 1 more 2019-10-03 7.8 HIGH 7.5 HIGH
Cobham Satcom Sailor 800 and 900 devices contained a vulnerability that allowed for arbitrary writing of content to the system's configuration file. This was exploitable via multiple attack vectors depending on the device's configuration. Further analysis also indicated this vulnerability could be leveraged to achieve a Denial of Service (DoS) condition, where the device would require a factory reset to return to normal operation.
CVE-2019-16320 1 Cobham 22 Sailor 600 Vsat Ku, Sailor 600 Vsat Ku Firmware, Sailor 800 Vsat and 19 more 2019-09-18 5.0 MEDIUM 5.3 MEDIUM
Cobham Sea Tel v170 224521 through v194 225444 devices allow attackers to obtain potentially sensitive information, such as a vessel's latitude and longitude, via the public SNMP community.
CVE-2018-19391 1 Cobham 4 Satcom Sailor 250, Satcom Sailor 250 Firmware, Satcom Sailor 500 and 1 more 2019-03-15 4.3 MEDIUM 6.1 MEDIUM
Cobham Satcom Sailor 250 and 500 devices before 1.25 contained persistent XSS, which could be exploited by an unauthenticated threat actor via the /index.lua?pageID=Phone%20book name field.
CVE-2018-19394 1 Cobham 4 Satcom Sailor 800, Satcom Sailor 800 Firmware, Satcom Sailor 900 and 1 more 2019-03-15 3.5 LOW 4.8 MEDIUM
Cobham Satcom Sailor 800 and 900 devices contained persistent XSS, which required administrative access to exploit. The vulnerability was exploitable by acquiring a copy of the device's configuration file, inserting an XSS payload into a relevant field (e.g., Satellite name), and then restoring the malicious configuration file.
CVE-2018-5071 1 Cobham 2 Sea Tel 116, Sea Tel 116 Firmware 2018-02-02 3.5 LOW 5.4 MEDIUM
Persistent XSS exists in the web server on Cobham Sea Tel 116 build 222429 satellite communication system devices: remote attackers can inject malicious JavaScript code using the device's TELNET shell built-in commands, as demonstrated by the "set ship name" command. This is similar to a Cross Protocol Injection with SNMP.
CVE-2018-5728 1 Cobham 2 Seatel 121, Seatel 121 Firmware 2018-02-02 5.0 MEDIUM 5.3 MEDIUM
Cobham Sea Tel 121 build 222701 devices allow remote attackers to obtain potentially sensitive information via a /cgi-bin/getSysStatus request, as demonstrated by the Latitude/Longitude of the ship, or satellite details.
CVE-2018-5266 1 Cobham 2 Sea Tel 121, Sea Tel 121 Firmware 2018-02-01 5.0 MEDIUM 7.5 HIGH
Cobham Sea Tel 121 build 222701 devices allow remote attackers to obtain potentially sensitive information about valid usernames by reading the loginName lines at the js/userLogin.js URI. NOTE: default passwords for the standard usernames are listed in the product's documentation: Dealer with password seatel3, SysAdmin with password seatel2, and User with password seatel1.
CVE-2014-2942 1 Cobham 2 Aviator 700d, Aviator 700e 2014-09-22 7.2 HIGH N/A
Cobham Aviator 700D and 700E satellite terminals use an improper algorithm for PIN codes, which makes it easier for attackers to obtain a privileged terminal session by calculating the superuser code, and then leveraging physical access or terminal access to enter this code.
CVE-2014-2941 1 Cobham 4 Ailor 6110 Mini-c Gmdss, Sailor 6006 Message Terminal, Sailor 6222 Vhf and 1 more 2014-08-15 7.1 HIGH N/A
** DISPUTED ** Cobham Sailor 6000 satellite terminals have hardcoded Tbus 2 credentials, which allows remote attackers to obtain access via a TBUS2 command. NOTE: the vendor reportedly states "there is no possibility to exploit another user's credentials."
CVE-2014-2964 1 Cobham 2 Aviator 700d, Aviator 700e 2014-08-15 6.9 MEDIUM N/A
Cobham Aviator 700D and 700E satellite terminals have hardcoded passwords for the (1) debug, (2) prod, (3) do160, and (4) flrp programs, which allows physically proximate attackers to gain privileges by sending a password over a serial line.
CVE-2014-2940 1 Cobham 7 Ailor 6110 Mini-c Gmdss, Sailor 6000 Series Firmware, Sailor 6006 Message Terminal and 4 more 2014-08-15 10.0 HIGH N/A
Cobham Sailor 900 and 6000 satellite terminals with firmware 1.08 MFHF and 2.11 VHF have hardcoded credentials for the administrator account, which allows attackers to obtain administrative control by leveraging physical access or terminal access.
CVE-2013-7180 1 Cobham 9 Aviator 200, Aviator 300, Aviator 350 and 6 more 2014-08-15 7.8 HIGH N/A
Cobham SAILOR 900 VSAT; SAILOR FleetBroadBand 150, 250, and 500; EXPLORER BGAN; and AVIATOR 200, 300, 350, and 700D devices do not properly restrict password recovery, which allows attackers to obtain administrative privileges by leveraging physical access or terminal access to spoof a reset code.