|Article No°||Product Name||Affected Version(s)|
|751-9301||Compact Controller CC100||FW16 <= FW22|
|751-9301||Compact Controller CC100||= FW23|
|752-8303/8000-002||Edge Controller||= FW23|
|752-8303/8000-002||Edge Controller||FW18 <= FW22|
|750-81xx/xxx-xxx||PFC100||FW16 <= FW22|
|750-82xx/xxx-xxx||PFC200||FW16 <= FW22|
|762-5xxx||Touch Panel 600 Advanced Line||FW16 <= FW22|
|762-5xxx||Touch Panel 600 Advanced Line||= FW23|
|762-6xxx||Touch Panel 600 Marine Line||FW16 <= FW22|
|762-6xxx||Touch Panel 600 Marine Line||= FW23|
|762-4xxx||Touch Panel 600 Standard Line||FW16 <= FW22|
|762-4xxx||Touch Panel 600 Standard Line||= FW23|
The Web-Based Management (WBM) of WAGOs programmable logic controller (PLC) is typically used for administration, commissioning and updates.
The configuration backend can in some cases be used without authentication and to write data with root privileges. Additionally, the web-based management suffers a CORS misconfiguration and allows reflected XSS (Cross-Site Scripting) attacks.
The configuration backend of the web-based management can be used by unauthenticated users, although only authenticated users should be able to use the API. The vulnerability allows an unauthenticated attacker to read and set several device parameters that can lead to full compromise of the device.
The configuration backend allows an unauthenticated user to write arbitrary data with root privileges to the storage, which could lead to unauthenticated remote code execution and full system compromise.
The configuration backend of the web-based management is vulnerable to reflected XSS (Cross-Site Scripting) attacks that targets the users browser. This leads to a limited impact of confidentiality and integrity but no impact of availability.
A CORS Misconfiguration in the web-based management allows a malicious third party webserver to misuse all basic information pages on the webserver. In combination with CVE-2022-45138 this could lead to disclosure of device information like CPU diagnostics. As there is just a limited amount of information readable the impact only affects a small subset of confidentiality.
The web-based management of affected products is vulnerable to Reflective Cross-Site Scripting. This can be used to install malicious code and to gain access to confidential information on a System that connects to the WBM after it has been compromised.
Additionally, the web-based management of affected products is vulnerable to stealing and setting device parameters and remote code execution by an unauthenticated attacker.
We recommend all users of affected products to install FW22 Patch 1 or FW 24 or higher.
These vulnerabilities were reported to WAGO by Ryan Pickren from Georgia Institute of Technology's Cyber-Physical Security Lab
Coordination done by CERT@VDE.