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Vulnerabilities of FGT

FGT vulnerability: Man-in-the-middle via Anonymous Ciphers on FortiManager Service
An attacker can act as a Man-in-the-middle with FortiNet FortiGate FortiManager Service, in order to interact with user's session.

FGT vulnerability: shell execution
A privileged attacker can inject a command in FortiAuthenticator, in order to execute a shell command on the server.

FGT vulnerability: several Cross Site Scripting
An attacker can use several vulnerabilities of FortiGate appliances, in order to execute script code in privileged contexts.

FGT vulnerability: TCP Split Handshake
An attacker owing a malicious server can use a special TCP initialization sequence, in order to force the firewall to open a TCP session to the client.

FGT vulnerability: buffer overflow of FortiManager Service
An attacker can generate a buffer overflow of FortiNet FortiGate FortiManager Service, in order to trigger a denial of service, and possibly to execute code.

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