000031825 - RSA Data Protection Manager (DPM) security vulnerability for Intel RMM Apache mod_balancer_proxy script injection - False Positive

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Article Number000031825
Applies ToIntel RMM
CVE IDCVE-2007-6421
Article SummaryIntel RMM has been tested for vulnerability to CVE-2007-6421, Apache mod_balancer_proxy script injection, and has been found to not have this vulnerability in the latest firmware, BMC 1.23. No previous versions have been tested.
Alert ImpactNot Applicable
Technical DetailsFalse positive
Technical Details ExplanationBMC firmware version 1.23 has been tested and not found to contain this vulnerability. Any scan showing it is likely returning a false positive.
ResolutionRefer to the article entitled How to upgrade the Intel RMM firmware of the DPM appliance? for instructions on how to install the latest BIOS and BMC firmware.



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