Zyxel security advisory for post-authentication command injection vulnerability in NAS products
Zyxel has released patches addressing a post-authentication command injection vulnerability in some NAS versions. Users are advised to install them for optimal protection.
What is the vulnerability?
The post-authentication command injection vulnerability has been found in the web management interface of some NAS versions. An authenticated attacker with administrator privileges could leverage this vulnerability to execute some operating system (OS) commands on an affected device remotely.
What versions are vulnerable—and what should you do?
After a thorough investigation, we have identified the vulnerable products that are within their vulnerability support period, with their firmware patches shown in the table below.
|Affected model||Affected version||Patch availability|
|NAS326||V5.21(AAZF.12)C0 and earlier||V5.21(AAZF.13)C0|
|NAS540||V5.21(AATB.9)C0 and earlier||V5.21(AATB.10)C0|
|NAS542||V5.21(ABAG.9)C0 and earlier||V5.21(ABAG.10)C0|
Got a question?
Please contact your local service rep or visit Zyxel’s Community for further information or assistance.
Thanks to Noam Zhitomirsky, Reuven Yakar, Dean Zavadski, and Amit Serper from Sternum and Sternum LIV for reporting the issue to us.
2023-5-30: Initial release.