The security hole in question is tracked as CVE-2018-15961 and it was resolved by Adobe in September with its Patch Tuesday updates. The vendor described the vulnerability as a critical unrestricted file upload bug that allows arbitrary code execution. This was one of the five flaws reported to Adobe by Pete Freitag of Foundeo.
The updates were initially assigned a priority rating of “2,” which indicates that exploitation is less likely. However, Adobe silently updated its advisory in late September after learning that CVE-2018-15961 had been actively exploited and assigned a priority rating of “1” for the ColdFusion 2018 and ColdFusion 2016 updates.
According to Volexity, which specializes in incident response, forensics and threat intelligence, there is no public exploit for the targeted ColdFusion vulnerability.
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