PTC Codebeamer Application Lifecycle Management severe vulnerability
Take action: This is not a panic effort. Patching of your Codebeamer is a great idea to be planned, but also push for more awareness to your user base about phishing emails, since the exploit vector is that an authenticated user clicks on a crafted link with XSS code embedded in the link.
An advisory has been raised about a severe vulnerability within PTC Codebeamer platform. Codebeamer an Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) tool designed for product and software development.
An attacker might leverage this vulnerability to deceive an admin user of PTC Codebeamer into clicking on a malicious link, thereby executing arbitrary code within the target device's browser.
The affected products include various versions of PTC Codebeamer, specifically
PTC recommends certain mitigations to safeguard against potential exploitation:
It's crucial for users to be cautious regarding potential social engineering attacks and to refrain from clicking on web links or opening attachments in unsolicited email messages.
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