Broadcom » Etrust Access Control » 5.0 : Security Vulnerabilities

The default installation of eTrust Access Control (formerly SeOS) uses a default encryption key, which allows remote attackers to spoof the eTrust administrator and gain privileges.
Max Base Score
Published 2000-10-20
Updated 2021-04-09
EPSS 1.48%
1 vulnerabilities found
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