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|CWE||CWE-20: Improper Input Validation|
Kaspersky ICS CERT has discovered that the web service of the Robert Bosch GmbH CPP HD/MP cameras does not correctly parse the HTTP protocol.
⚠ Improper validation of the user’s data input allows an attacker to inject arbitrary HTTP headers through specially crafted URLs.
|CVSS v3 Base Score||7.4 (High)|
|Exploitability||⚠ Remotely exploitable: a victim must have a network access to ports 80/TCP or 443/TCP of the camera|
|Difficulty||⚠ Low skill level to exploit|
|Privilege required||⚠ No privileges required|
|User interaction||User interaction required: the user must follow the attacker’s malicious link|
|Robert Bosch GmbH mitigation||
Software Updates: The recommended approach is to update the affected Bosch firmware to a fixed version. If an update is not possible in timely manner, users are recommended to follow the mitigations and workarounds described in the following section.
Secure Configuration Environment: It is advised to use a Bosch tool like the Configuration Manager to configure the camera, that does not allow for issues like CSRF and XSS.
When using the web based configuration interface and currently being logged in as administrator, some security precautions can be taken to mitigate XSS and CSRF vulnerabilities:
2021-04-30 – Vulnerability reported
2021-06-09 – Robert Bosch GmbH published the advisory