CVE-2020-10826

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CVE-2020-10826 is a significant vulnerability that pertains to the design or implementation of software. It is part of a series of vulnerabilities, including CVE-2020-10827, CVE-2020-10828, and CVE-2020-13756, that involve HTTP headers, which are used for passing additional information between a client and server during an HTTP request. These vulnerabilities were particularly problematic as they allowed for remote code execution (RCE), a severe security flaw that could enable an attacker to execute arbitrary code on a targeted system. The identified vulnerabilities, including CVE-2020-10826, were ranked second in terms of their severity and potential impact. This ranking was due to the nature of the RCE flaws associated with HTTP headers. The ability for malicious actors to exploit these vulnerabilities and execute code remotely posed a considerable threat to systems worldwide, potentially leading to unauthorized access, data breaches, and other serious security incidents. In comparison, the third spot was occupied by another RCE vulnerability found in MVPower DVR devices. While this also represented a substantial security risk, it was deemed less critical than the HTTP headers RCE vulnerabilities, including CVE-2020-10826. These rankings underscore the importance of promptly addressing such flaws through patches and updates to mitigate potential risks and protect systems from possible attacks.
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CERT-EU
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CERT-EU
a year ago
April 2023's Most Wanted Malware : Qbot Launches Substantial Malspam Campaign and Mirai Makes its Return – Global Security Mag Online
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a year ago
Most Wanted : Classement Top Malware Check Point – Mai 2023 | UnderNews