CVE-2024-31214

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Source
https://nvd.nist.gov/vuln/detail/CVE-2024-31214
Import Source
https://storage.googleapis.com/cve-osv-conversion/osv-output/CVE-2024-31214.json
JSON Data
https://api.osv.dev/v1/vulns/CVE-2024-31214
Aliases
  • GHSA-3gxq-f2qj-c8v9
Published
2024-04-10T18:15:07Z
Modified
2024-05-30T01:55:27.810599Z
Summary
[none]
Details

Traccar is an open source GPS tracking system. Traccar versions 5.1 through 5.12 allow arbitrary files to be uploaded through the device image upload API. Attackers have full control over the file contents, full control over the directory where the file is stored, full control over the file extension, and partial control over the file name. While it's not for an attacker to overwrite an existing file, an attacker can create new files with certain names and attacker-controlled extensions anywhere on the file system. This can potentially lead to remote code execution, XSS, DOS, etc. The default install of Traccar makes this vulnerability more severe. Self-registration is enabled by default, allowing anyone to create an account to exploit this vulnerability. Traccar also runs by default with root/system privileges, allowing files to be placed anywhere on the file system. Version 6.0 contains a fix for the issue. One may also turn off self-registration by default, as that would make most vulnerabilities in the application much harder to exploit by default and reduce the severity considerably.

References

Affected packages

Git / github.com/traccar/traccar

Affected ranges

Type
GIT
Repo
https://github.com/traccar/traccar
Events
Introduced
0 Unknown introduced commit / All previous commits are affected
Fixed

Affected versions

v2.*

v2.0
v2.1
v2.10
v2.11
v2.12
v2.2
v2.3
v2.4
v2.5
v2.6
v2.7
v2.8
v2.9

v3.*

v3.0
v3.1
v3.10
v3.11
v3.12
v3.13
v3.14
v3.15
v3.16
v3.17
v3.2
v3.4
v3.5
v3.6
v3.7
v3.8
v3.9

v4.*

v4.0
v4.1
v4.10
v4.11
v4.12
v4.13
v4.14
v4.15
v4.2
v4.3
v4.4
v4.5
v4.6
v4.7
v4.8
v4.9

v5.*

v5.0
v5.1
v5.10
v5.11
v5.12
v5.2
v5.3
v5.4
v5.5
v5.6
v5.7
v5.8
v5.9