The security advisory addresses multiple SQL Injection vulnerabilities (CVE-2022-40300) identified in ManageEngine Password Manager Pro.
Given the severity of this issue, we strongly urge all customers to install the latest build of Password Manager Pro.
The complete fix for this is now available in the below version,
Password Manager Pro
12120 and below
These vulnerabilities can allow an adversary to execute custom queries and access the database table entries using the vulnerable request.
We have fixed this issue by adding proper validation and escaping special characters on the server side.
For further details and updates, please visit: https://www.manageengine.com/products/passwordmanagerpro/advisory/cve-2022-40300.html
What should customers do?
The latest version of Password Manager Pro holds the recommended mitigation targeting the vulnerabilities.
Steps to Upgrade:
Download the latest upgrade pack from https://www.manageengine.com/products/passwordmanagerpro/minor-upgrades.html
Apply the latest build to your existing product installation as per the upgrade pack instructions provided in the above links.
Important note: We strongly recommend that you take a backup of your entire Password Manager Pro installation folder before the upgrade, and keep the copy in a separate location. This helps you prevent any accidental loss of data, and will keep all your settings intact. If you're using an MS SQL server as the back-end database, back up the Password Manager Pro database as well before upgrading. Once the upgrade is successfully completed, remember to delete the backup.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact our product support at email@example.com.
We express our sincerest apologies for any inconvenience this may have caused.