Dentsply Sirona CDR DICOM contains multiple hard-coded credentials
Original Release date: 06 Sep 2016 | Last revised: 06 Sep 2016
The Dentsply Sirona (previously known as Shick Technologies) CDR DICOM is software for managing medical dental records.
CDR DICOM contains several hard-coded credentials allowing administrative or root access.
CWE-798: Use of Hard-coded Credentials – CVE-2016-6530
Dentsply Sirona CDR DICOM version 5 and below contains several hard-coded database credentials allowing administrative or root access.
A remote unauthenticated attacker may be able to gain administrative access to the CDR DICOM database.
Update the credentialsDentsply Sirona will provide guidance for users wishing to mitigate this issue by changing their database credentials.
Affected users may contact Dentsply Sirona Customer Service for more information.You may also consider the following workaround:
Restrict network accessUse a firewall or similar technology to restrict access to trusted hosts, networks, and services.
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12 Jul 2016
06 Sep 2016
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Thanks to Justin Shafer for reporting this vulnerability.
This document was written by Garret Wassermann.
CVE IDs: CVE-2016-6530
Date Public: 06 Sep 2016
Date First Published: 06 Sep 2016
Date Last Updated: 06 Sep 2016
Document Revision: 34
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