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Privilege Vulnerability detected in SAM

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Updated July 28, 2016


This article explains why Zero Day Initiative detects a vulnerability in the Orion Alert Manager that allows it to execute scripts or programs. The Vulnerability ID is ZDI-14-428. More information in Zero Day Initiative (© 2016 Zero Day Initiative, available at, obtained on July 27, 2016.)


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This is by design and will not be changed. The purpose of the Alerting Service is to run actions configured by the user to run executables, run scripts, restart services, reboot servers, send emails, and so on.  Without the privilege of performing these actions, the Alerting Service cannot attempt to recover items that are currently in a failed state and cannot notify you of these failed states.



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22:12, 27 Jul 2016