A vulnerability (CVE-2022-26500) exists in the Veeam Distribution Service. This component allows executing malicious code remotely without authentication. This may lead to gaining control over the target system.
The Veeam Distribution Service, using TCP 9380 with default settings, allows unauthenticated users to access internal API functions. A remote attacker may send input to the internal API which may lead to uploading and executing of malicious code.
Your server has been found vulnerable to Veeam RCE.
This means an attacker can currently access your backup servers, execute code, and download/modify/erase its content.
Found Veeam distribution service, vulnerable to CVE-2022-26500, CVE-2022-26501 =================================================================== Log has been started by 'GBE-VEEAM-01\SYSTEM' user (Non-interactive) Logging level: [4 (AboveNormal)] MachineName: [GBE-VEEAM-01], OS: [Microsoft Windows Server 2019 Standard (10.0.17763)], CPU:  Process: [64 bit], PID: , SessionId: , UID: [849ffd36-20ff-4e45-bb9a-0fcf7d860d82] UTC Time: [10/04/2022 14:18:49], DaylightSavingTime: [True] Culture: [fr-FR], UI culture: [en-US] Module: [C:\Program Files\Veeam\Backup and Replication\Backup\Veeam.Backup.Service.exe]. File version: [220.127.116.111], Assembly version: [18.104.22.168], Edition: [standard] Process start time: [24/03/2022 11:36:56], Garbage collector mode: [Server] Private fix files: Cummulative fix files