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CVE-2020-11950 VIVOTEK Network Cameras before XXXXX-VVTK-2.2002.xx.01x (and before XXXXX-VVTK-0XXXX_Beta2) allows an authenticated user to upload and execute a script (with resultant execution of OS commands). For example, this affects IT9388-HT devices.
CVE-2020-11949 testserver.cgi of the web service on VIVOTEK Network Cameras before XXXXX-VVTK-2.2002.xx.01x (and before XXXXX-VVTK-0XXXX_Beta2) allows an authenticated user to obtain arbitrary files from a camera's local filesystem. For example, this affects IT9388-HT devices.
CVE-2019-14458 VIVOTEK IP Camera devices with firmware before 0x20x allow a denial of service via a crafted HTTP header.
CVE-2019-14457 VIVOTEK IP Camera devices with firmware before 0x20x have a stack-based buffer overflow via a crafted HTTP header.
CVE-2019-10256 An authentication bypass vulnerability in VIVOTEK IPCam versions prior to 0x13a was found.
CVE-2018-18244 Cross-site scripting in syslog.html in VIVOTEK Network Camera Series products with firmware 0x06x to 0x08x allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary JavaScript code via an HTTP Referer Header.
CVE-2018-18005 Cross-site scripting in event_script.js in VIVOTEK Network Camera Series products with firmware 0x06x to 0x08x allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary JavaScript via a URL query string parameter.
CVE-2018-18004 Incorrect Access Control in mod_inetd.cgi in VIVOTEK Network Camera Series products with firmware before XXXXXX-VVTK-0X09a allows remote attackers to enable arbitrary system services via a URL parameter.
CVE-2018-14771 VIVOTEK FD8177 devices before XXXXXX-VVTK-xx06a allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary code (issue 2 of 2) via eventscript.cgi.
CVE-2018-14770 VIVOTEK FD8177 devices before XXXXXX-VVTK-xx06a allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary code (issue 1 of 2) via the ONVIF interface, (/onvif/device_service).
CVE-2018-14769 VIVOTEK FD8177 devices before XXXXXX-VVTK-xx06a allow CSRF.
CVE-2018-14768 Various VIVOTEK FD8*, FD9*, FE9*, IB8*, IB9*, IP9*, IZ9*, MS9*, SD9*, and other devices before XXXXXX-VVTK-xx06a allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary code.
CVE-2018-14496 ** DISPUTED ** Vivotek FD8136 devices allow remote memory corruption and remote code execution because of a stack-based buffer overflow, related to sprintf, vlocal_buff_4326, and set_getparam.cgi. NOTE: The vendor has disputed this as a vulnerability and states that the issue does not cause a web server crash or have any other affect on it's performance.
CVE-2018-14495 ** DISPUTED ** Vivotek FD8136 devices allow Remote Command Injection, aka "another command injection vulnerability in our target device," a different issue than CVE-2018-14494. NOTE: The vendor has disputed this as a vulnerability and states that the issue does not cause a web server crash or have any other affect on it's performance.
CVE-2018-14494 ** DISPUTED ** Vivotek FD8136 devices allow Remote Command Injection, related to BusyBox and wget. NOTE: the vendor sent a clarification on 2019-09-17 explaining that, although this CVE was first populated in July 2019, it is a historical vulnerability that does not apply to any current or recent Vivotek hardware or firmware.
CVE-2017-9829 '/cgi-bin/admin/downloadMedias.cgi' of the web service in most of the VIVOTEK Network Cameras is vulnerable, which allows remote attackers to read any file on the camera's Linux filesystem via a crafted HTTP request containing ".." sequences. This vulnerability is already verified on VIVOTEK Network Camera IB8369/FD8164/FD816BA; most others have similar firmware that may be affected.
CVE-2017-9828 '/cgi-bin/admin/testserver.cgi' of the web service in most of the VIVOTEK Network Cameras is vulnerable to shell command injection, which allows remote attackers to execute any shell command as root via a crafted HTTP request. This vulnerability is already verified on VIVOTEK Network Camera IB8369/FD8164/FD816BA; most others have similar firmware that may be affected. An attack uses shell metacharacters in the senderemail parameter.
CVE-2013-4985 Multiple Vivotek IP Cameras remote authentication bypass that could allow access to the video stream
CVE-2013-1598 A Command Injection vulnerability exists in Vivotek PT7135 IP Cameras 0300a and 0400a via the system.ntp parameter to the farseer.out binary file, which cold let a malicious user execute arbitrary code.
CVE-2013-1597 A Directory Traversal vulnerability exists in Vivotek PT7135 IP Cameras 0300a and 0400a via a specially crafted GET request, which could let a malicious user obtain user credentials.
CVE-2013-1596 An Authentication Bypass Vulnerability exists in Vivotek PT7135 IP Camera 0300a and 0400a via specially crafted RTSP packets to TCP port 554.
CVE-2013-1595 A Buffer Overflow vulnerability exists in Vivotek PT7135 IP Camera 0300a and 0400a via a specially crafted packet in the Authorization header field sent to the RTSP service, which could let a remote malicious user execute arbitrary code or cause a Denial of Service.
CVE-2013-1594 An Information Disclosure vulnerability exists via a GET request in Vivotek PT7135 IP Camera 0300a and 0400a due to wireless keys and 3rd party credentials stored in clear text.
CVE-2008-4771 Stack-based buffer overflow in VATDecoder.VatCtrl.1 ActiveX control in (1) 4xem VatCtrl Class (VATDecoder.dll 1.0.0.27 and 1.0.0.51), (2) D-Link MPEG4 SHM Audio Control (VAPGDecoder.dll 1.7.0.5), (3) Vivotek RTSP MPEG4 SP Control (RtspVapgDecoderNew.dll 2.0.0.39), and possibly other products, allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via a long Url property. NOTE: some of these details are obtained from third party information.
CVE-2007-3167 Stack-based buffer overflow in the Vivotek Motion Jpeg ActiveX control (aka MjpegControl) in MjpegDecoder.dll 2.0.0.13 allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via a long PtzUrl property value.
  
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