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Advisory Published

CVE-2023-4551: Command Injection via Task Scheduler

First published: Mon Jan 29 2024(Updated: )

Improper Input Validation vulnerability in OpenText AppBuilder on Windows, Linux allows OS Command Injection. The AppBuilder's Scheduler functionality that facilitates creation of scheduled tasks is vulnerable to command injection. This allows authenticated users to inject arbitrary operating system commands into the executing process. This issue affects AppBuilder: from 21.2 before 23.2.

Credit: security@opentext.com

Affected SoftwareAffected VersionHow to fix
All of
OpenText AppBuilder>=21.2<23.2
Any of
Linux Linux kernel
Microsoft Windows

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