CVE Identifier(s): CVE-2020-8602, CVE-2020-15601, CVE-2020-15605
CVSS 3.1 Score(s): 7.2 and 8.1
Severity Rating(s): High
Trend Micro has released new patches for Trend Micro Deep Security Manager and Trend Micro Vulnerability Protection. These patches resolve two security issues which, in certain circumstances, could impact the confidentiality, integrity and availability of the management console.
|Deep Security Manager*||Version 12.0||Windows||English|
|Vulnerability Protection||Version 2.0 SP2||Windows||English|
*Please note, Trend Micro Cloud One Workload Security (formerly known as Deep Security as a Service) is not vulnerable to these security issues.
Trend Micro has released the following solutions to address the issue:
|Deep Security Manager||Version 12.0 U11||Readme||Windows||Now Available|
|Version 11.0 U22||Readme||Windows||Now Available|
|Version 10.0 U27||Readme||Windows||Now Available|
|Vulnerability Protection||Version 2.0 SP2 Patch7 CP5||Readme||Windows||Now Available|
These are the minimum versions of the patches and/or build required to address the issues. Trend Micro highly encourages customers to obtain the latest version of the product if there is a newer one available than the one listed in this bulletin.
Customers are encouraged to visit Trend Micro’s Download Center to obtain prerequisite software (such as Service Packs) before applying any of the solutions above.
CVE-2020-8602: Deep Security Manager and Vulnerability Protection Integrity Verification Bypass
CVSSv3.1: 7.2 (AV:N/AC:L/PR:H/UI:N/S:U/C:H/I:H/A:H)
A vulnerability in the affected products' management console may allow an authenticated attacker with full control privileges to bypass file integrity checks, leading to remote code execution.
CVE-2020-15601, CVE-2020-15605: Deep Security Manager and Vulnerability Protection LDAP Authentication Bypass
CVSSv3.1: 8.1 (AV:N/AC:H/PR:N/UI:N/S:U/C:H/I:H/A:H)
If LDAP authentication is enabled, an unauthenticated attacker with prior knowledge of the targeted organization may be able to bypass manager authentication.
Enabling multi-factor authentication prevents this attack.
Installations using manager native authentication or SAML authentication are not impacted by this vulnerability.
Risk and Mitigating Factors
Exploiting these type of vulnerabilities generally require that an attacker has access (physical or remote) to a vulnerable machine. In addition to timely application of patches and updated solutions, customers are also advised to review remote access to critical systems and ensure policies and perimeter security is up-to-date.
The attacker must gain access to the manager web console to exploit these vulnerabilities. Mitigating factors such as network controls, password complexity requirements and leveraging multi factor authentication reduce the likelihood of attack.
Trend Micro is not aware of any active exploits related to these vulnerabilities; however, we recommend that customers take immediate action to remediate the issue.
Trend Micro would like to thank the following individuals for responsibly disclosing these issues and working with Trend Micro to help protect our customers:
- CVE-2020-8602: This issue was discovered internally by the Deep Security development team
- CVE-2020-15601 and CVE-2020-15605: This issue was discovered by Patrick Hussey working with Trend Micro Zero Day Initiative