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A SQL injection vulnerability has been discovered in Cyberoam appliances running the Cyberoam operating system (CROS) that allows for unauthenticated remote code execution.
A small percentage of appliances have been impacted by a cryptominer that consumed CPU cycles, and our investigations have found no evidence that any data has been compromised or exfiltrated from those appliances.
For customers running CROS version 10.6.1 and above that use the default setting of automatic updates, the hotfix was automatically installed, and there is no action required. Customers who have changed their default settings will need to apply the update manually.
Applies to the following Sophos products and versions Cyberoam UTM with Cyberoam OS
Version 10.6.3 and above
December 7, 2017
Version 10.6.1, 10.6.2.x
December 8, 2017
All versions prior to 10.6.1
Upgrade to current CROS version
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