A vulnerability has been identified in Automation License Manager 5 (All versions < 184.108.40.206), Automation License Manager 6 (All versions < 6.0.1). A directory traversal vulnerability could allow a remote attacker to move arbitrary files, which can result in code execution, compromising confidentiality, integrity and availability of the system. Successful exploitation requires a network connection to the affected device. The attacker does not need privileges or special conditions of the system, but user interaction is required.
A vulnerability has been identified in Automation License Manager 5 (All versions < 220.127.116.11). An attacker with network access to the device could send specially crafted network packets to determine whether or not a network port on another remote system is accessible or not. This allows the attacker to do basic network scanning using the victims machine. Successful exploitation requires a network connection to the affected device. The attacker does not need privileges, no user interaction is required. The impact is limited to determining whether or not a port on a target system is accessible by the affected device.
The randMod() function of the smart contract implementation for MyCryptoChamp, an Ethereum game, generates a random value with publicly readable variables such as the current block information and a private variable, (which can be read with a getStorageAt call). Therefore, attackers can get powerful champs/items and get rewards.
An issue was discovered in ext/standard/link_win32.c in PHP before 5.6.37, 7.0.x before 7.0.31, 7.1.x before 7.1.20, and 7.2.x before 7.2.8. The linkinfo function on Windows doesn't implement the open_basedir check. This could be abused to find files on paths outside of the allowed directories.
ThinkSAAS through 2018-07-25 has XSS via the index.php?app=group&ac=create&ts=do groupdesc parameter.
ThinkSAAS through 2018-07-25 has XSS via the index.php?app=article&ac=comment&ts=do content parameter.
Linux Kernel 'tcp_input.c' Remote Denial of Service Vulnerability
Mozilla Firefox and Firefox ESR Multiple Unspecified Memory Corruption Vulnerabilities
jenkins-email-ext before version 2.57.1 is vulnerable to an Information Exposure. The Email Extension Plugins is able to send emails to a dynamically created list of users based on the changelogs, like authors of SCM changes since the last successful build. This could in some cases result in emails being sent to people who have no user account in Jenkins, and in rare cases even people who were not involved in whatever project was being built, due to some mapping based on the local-part of email addresses.
Specially crafted commands sent through the PubNub service in Insteon Hub 2245-222 with firmware version 1012 can cause a stack-based buffer overflow overwriting arbitrary data. An attacker should send an authenticated HTTP request to trigger this vulnerability.At 0x9d014cc0 the value for the cmd key is copied using strcpy to the buffer at $sp+0x11c. This buffer is 20 bytes large, sending anything longer will cause a buffer overflow.
An issue was discovered in Symfony before 2.7.38, 2.8.31, 3.2.14, 3.3.13, 3.4-BETA5, and 4.0-BETA5. The current implementation of CSRF protection in Symfony (Version >=2) does not use different tokens for HTTP and HTTPS; therefore the token is subject to MITM attacks on HTTP and can then be used in an HTTPS context to do CSRF attacks.
An issue was discovered in Symfony before 2.7.38, 2.8.31, 3.2.14, 3.3.13, 3.4-BETA5, and 4.0-BETA5. The Intl component includes various bundle readers that are used to read resource bundles from the local filesystem. The read() methods of these classes use a path and a locale to determine the language bundle to retrieve. The locale argument value is commonly retrieved from untrusted user input (like a URL parameter). An attacker can use this argument to navigate to arbitrary directories via the dot-dot-slash attack, aka Directory Traversal.
An issue was discovered in Symfony before 2.7.38, 2.8.31, 3.2.14, 3.3.13, 3.4-BETA5, and 4.0-BETA5. When a form is submitted by the user, the request handler classes of the Form component merge POST data and uploaded files data into one array. This big array forms the data that are then bound to the form. At this stage there is no difference anymore between submitted POST data and uploaded files. A user can send a crafted HTTP request where the value of a "FileType" is sent as normal POST data that could be interpreted as a local file path on the server-side (for example, "file:///etc/passwd"). If the application did not perform any additional checks about the value submitted to the "FileType", the contents of the given file on the server could have been exposed to the attacker.
Unrestricted file upload (with remote code execution) in require/mail/NotificationMail.php in Webconsole in OCS Inventory NG OCS Inventory Server through 2.5 allows a privileged user to gain access to the server via a template file containing PHP code, because file extensions other than .html are permitted.
PHP Template Store Script 3.0.6 allows XSS via the Address line 1, Address Line 2, Bank name, or A/C Holder name field in a profile.
A local arbitrary file modification vulnerability was identified in HPE Moonshot Provisioning Manager prior to v1.24.
A remote code execution vulnerability was identified in HPE Intelligent Management Center (iMC) PLAT 7.3 E0506P07. The vulnerability was resolved in iMC PLAT 7.3 E0605P04 or subsequent version.
A remote cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability was identified in HPE Intelligent Management Center (iMC) PLAT version v7.3 (E0506). The vulnerability is fixed in Intelligent Management Center PLAT 7.3 E0605P04 or subsequent version.
A remote code execution was identified in HPE Integrated Lights-Out 4 (iLO 4) earlier than version v2.60 and HPE Integrated Lights-Out 5 (iLO 5) earlier than version v1.30.