CVE-2021-28503 (eos)

The impact of this vulnerability is that Arista's EOS eAPI may skip re-evaluating user credentials when certificate based authentication is used, which allows remote attackers to access the device via eAPI.

CVE-2021-21971 (seaconnect_370w_firmware)

An out-of-bounds write vulnerability exists in the URL_decode functionality of Sealevel Systems, Inc. SeaConnect 370W v1.3.34. A specially-crafted MQTT payload can lead to an out-of-bounds write. An attacker can perform a man-in-the-middle attack to trigger this vulnerability.

CVE-2021-21970 (seaconnect_370w_firmware)

An out-of-bounds write vulnerability exists in the HandleSeaCloudMessage functionality of Sealevel Systems, Inc. SeaConnect 370W v1.3.34. The HandleIncomingSeaCloudMessage function uses at [3] the json_object_get_string to populate the p_name global variable. The p_name is only 0x80 bytes long, and the total MQTT message could be up to 0x201 bytes. Because the function json_object_get_string will fill str based on the length of the json’s value and not the actual str size, this would result in a possible out-of-bounds write.

CVE-2021-21969 (seaconnect_370w_firmware)

An out-of-bounds write vulnerability exists in the HandleSeaCloudMessage functionality of Sealevel Systems, Inc. SeaConnect 370W v1.3.34. The HandleIncomingSeaCloudMessage function uses at [4] the json_object_get_string to populate the p_payload global variable. The p_payload is only 0x100 bytes long, and the total MQTT message could be up to 0x201 bytes. Because the function json_object_get_string will fill str based on the length of the json’s value and not the actual str size, this would result in a possible out-of-bounds write.

CVE-2021-21968 (seaconnect_370w_firmware)

A file write vulnerability exists in the OTA update task functionality of Sealevel Systems, Inc. SeaConnect 370W v1.3.34. A specially-crafted MQTT payload can lead to arbitrary file overwrite. An attacker can perform a man-in-the-middle attack to trigger this vulnerability.

CVE-2021-21965 (seaconnect_370w_firmware)

A denial of service vulnerability exists in the SeaMax remote configuration functionality of Sealevel Systems, Inc. SeaConnect 370W v1.3.34. Specially-crafted network packets can lead to denial of service. An attacker can send a malicious packet to trigger this vulnerability.