KMPlayer 22.214.171.124 allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service via a crafted NSV file.
EMC RSA Authentication Manager before 8.2 SP1 P6 has a cross-site scripting vulnerability that could potentially be exploited by malicious users to compromise the affected system.
An issue was discovered in Cloud Foundry Foundation capi-release (all versions prior to 1.45.0), cf-release (all versions prior to v280), and cf-deployment (all versions prior to v1.0.0). The Cloud Controller does not prevent space developers from creating subdomains to an already existing route that belongs to a different user in a different org and space, aka an "Application Subdomain Takeover."
An issue was discovered in EMC ScaleIO 2.0.1.x. In a Linux environment, one of the support scripts saves the credentials of the ScaleIO MDM user who executed the script in clear text in temporary log files. The temporary files may potentially be read by an unprivileged user with access to the server where the script was executed to recover exposed credentials.
An issue was discovered in EMC ScaleIO 2.0.1.x. A vulnerability in message parsers (MDM, SDS, and LIA) could potentially allow an unauthenticated remote attacker to send specifically crafted packets to stop ScaleIO services and cause a denial of service situation.
An issue was discovered in EMC ScaleIO 2.0.1.x. A buffer overflow vulnerability in the SDBG service may potentially allow a remote unauthenticated attacker to execute arbitrary commands with root privileges on an affected server.
OpenSSL CVE-2016-6303 Integer Overflow Vulnerability
OpenSSL CVE-2016-6302 Denial of Service Vulnerability
OpenSSL 'BN_bn2dec()' Function Out of Bounds Write Denial of Service Vulnerability
OpenSSL CVE-2016-2181 Denial of Service Vulnerability
In Hitachi Vantara Pentaho BA Platform through 8.0, a CSRF issue exists in the Business Analytics application.
Samsung 850 Pro and PM851 solid-state drives and Seagate ST500LT015 and ST500LT025 hard disk drives, when in sleep mode and operating in Opal or eDrive mode on Lenovo ThinkPad T440s laptops with BIOS 2.32; ThinkPad W541 laptops with BIOS 2.21; Dell Latitude E6410 laptops with BIOS A16; or Latitude E6430 laptops with BIOS A16, allow physically proximate attackers to bypass self-encrypting drive (SED) protection by leveraging failure to detect when SATA drives are unplugged in Sleep Mode, aka a "Hot Plug attack."
Samsung 850 Pro and PM851 solid-state drives and Seagate ST500LT015 and ST500LT025 hard disk drives, when used on Windows and operating in Opal mode on Lenovo ThinkPad T440s laptops with BIOS 2.32 or ThinkPad W541 laptops with BIOS 2.21, or in Opal or eDrive mode on Dell Latitude E6410 laptops with BIOS A16 or Latitude E6430 laptops with BIOS A16, allow physically proximate attackers to bypass self-encrypting drive (SED) protection by triggering a soft reset and booting from an alternative OS, aka a "Forced Restart Attack."
Seagate ST500LT015 hard disk drives, when operating in eDrive mode on Lenovo ThinkPad W541 laptops with BIOS 2.21, allow physically proximate attackers to bypass self-encrypting drive (SED) protection by attaching a second SATA connector to exposed pins, maintaining an alternate power source, and attaching the data cable to another machine, aka a "Hot Unplug Attack."
Use-after-free vulnerability in Samba 4.x before 4.7.3 allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via a crafted SMB1 request.
Samba before 4.7.3 might allow remote attackers to obtain sensitive information by leveraging failure of the server to clear allocated heap memory.
IBM Jazz technology based products might divulge information that might be useful in helping attackers through error messages. IBM X-Force ID: 116868.
IBM Rhapsody DM products could reveal sensitive information in HTTP 500 Internal Server Error responses. IBM X-Force ID: 124359.
An undisclosed vulnerability in CLM applications may result in some administrative deployment parameters being shown to an attacker. IBM X-Force ID: 124631.