CVE-2022-29555 and CVE-2022-29556 - vulnerabilities in iot-manager and deviceconnect

27th Apr 2022

We recently discovered two vulnerabilities in Mender, thanks to the security researchers April Chaire, Jeff Hoffman, Joey Perme, Nathaniel Singer and Matteo Tarbet, and we have now fixed them.

The deviceconnect microservice in Mender before version 3.2.2 allows Cross-Origin WebSocket Hijacking. The vulnerability is present in the following versions of the product: 2.6.x, 2.7.x, 3.0.x, 3.1.x, 3.2.0, 3.2.1. The vulnerability was patched in Mender 3.2.2. In the official public CVE registry, the issue's ID is CVE-2022-29555.

The iot-manager microservice Mender before version 3.2.2 allows SSRF because the Azure IoT Hub integration provides several SSRF primitives that can execute cross-tenant actions via internal API endpoints. The vulnerability is present in the following versions of the product: 3.2.0, 3.2.1. The vulnerability was patched in Mender 3.2.2. In the official public CVE registry, the issue's ID is CVE-2022-29556.

The security of the Mender product and our users is something we take very seriously. We will continue to look for, fix and responsibly disclose serious weaknesses in our product(s). If you have any questions or concerns, please get in touch with the Mender support if you have a support contract or email security@northern.tech.