CWE-732: Incorrect Permission Assignment or Critical Resource
RoboDK versions 5.5.3 and prior contain an insecure permission assignment to critical directories vulnerability, which could allow a local user to escalate privileges and write files to the RoboDK process and achieve code execution.
Successful exploitation of this vulnerability could allow an attacker to escalate privileges, which could allow attackers to write files to the RoboDK directory and achieve code execution.
RoboDK has not responded to requests to work with CISA to mitigate this vulnerability. Users of the affected product are encouraged to contact RoboDK support for additional information.
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