CyberPoint NORDIC researchers discover a high-severity vulnerability (CVE-2022-2975) affecting Avaya telecommunication and VoIP products
CyberPoint NORDIC lead Alex Levesque discovered a vulnerability in Avaya Aura Application Enablement Services servers. Following CyberPoint's responsible disclosure policy, we provided a writeup of the discovery to Avaya's Product Security Team, who released an Avaya Security Advisory, assigned CVE-2022-2975, and published a patch to the software. The vulnerability allows for privilege escalation and execution of arbitrary code as the root user. CyberPoint will release a full writeup of the discovery 30 days after patch release. To anyone with Avaya systems, please update at your earliest convenience!
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