Researchers have disclosed a new severe Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) vulnerability that could be exploited by users to access the virtual disks of other Oracle customers.
“Each virtual disk in Oracle’s cloud has a unique identifier called OCID,” Shir Tamari, head of research at Wiz, said in a series of tweets. “This identifier is not considered secret, and organizations do not treat it as such.”
“Given the OCID of a victim’s disk that is not currently attached to an active server or configured as shareable, an attacker could ‘attach’ to it and obtain read/write over it,” Tamari added.
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