In all versions prior to version 3.9.6 for eclipse-wtp, all versions prior to version 9.4.4 for eclipse-cdt, and all versions prior to version 3.0.1 for eclipse-groovy, Spotless was resolving dependencies over an insecure channel (http). If the build occurred over an insecure connection, a malicious user could have perform a Man-in-the-Middle attack during the build and alter the build artifacts that were produced. In case that any of these artifacts were compromised, any developers using these could be altered. **Note:** In order to validate that this artifact was not compromised, the maintainer would need to confirm that none of the artifacts published to the registry were not altered with. Until this happens, we can not guarantee that this artifact was not compromised even though the probability that this happened is low.
The ContentProvider in the Canon PRINT jp.co.canon.bsd.ad.pixmaprint 2.5.5 application for Android does not properly restrict canon.ij.printer.capability.data data access. This allows an attacker's malicious application to obtain sensitive information including factory passwords for the administrator web interface and WPA2-PSK key.
JetBrains TeamCity 2019.1 and 2019.1.1 allows cross-site scripting (XSS), potentially making it possible to send an arbitrary HTTP request to a TeamCity server under the name of the currently logged-in user.
In Counter-Strike: Global Offensive before 8/29/2019, community game servers can display unsafe HTML in a disconnection message.
An issue was discovered in Total.js CMS 12.0.0. A low privilege user can perform a simple transformation of a cookie to obtain the random values inside it. If an attacker can discover a session cookie owned by an admin, then it is possible to brute force it with O(n)=2n instead of O(n)=n^x complexity, and steal the admin password.
An issue was discovered in Total.js CMS 12.0.0. An authenticated user with the Pages privilege can conduct a path traversal attack (../) to include .html files that are outside the permitted directory. Also, if a page contains a template directive, then the directive will be server side processed. Thus, if a user can control the content of a .html file, then they can inject a payload with a malicious template directive to gain Remote Command Execution. The exploit will work only with the .html extension.
An issue was discovered in Total.js CMS 12.0.0. An authenticated user with limited privileges can get access to a resource that they do not own by calling the associated API. The product correctly manages privileges only for the front-end resource path, not for API requests. This leads to vertical and horizontal privilege escalation.
In Knowage through 6.1.1, an unauthenticated user can enumerated valid usernames via the ChangePwdServlet page.
In Knowage through 6.1.1, an authenticated user that accesses the users page will obtain all user password hashes.
A SQL injection vulnerability in IntraMaps MapControl 8 allows attackers to execute arbitrary SQL commands via the /ApplicationEngine/Search/Refine/Set page.
In Knowage through 6.1.1, an unauthenticated user can bypass access controls and access the entire application.
The Rich Text Formatter (Redactor) extension through v1.1.1 for Symphony CMS has an Unauthenticated arbitrary file upload vulnerability in content.fileupload.php and content.imageupload.php.
OpenSC before 0.20.0-rc1 has an out-of-bounds access of an ASN.1 Octet string in asn1_decode_entry in libopensc/asn1.c.
In Bitcoin Core 0.18.0, bitcoin-qt stores wallet.dat data unencrypted in memory. Upon a crash, it may dump a core file. If a user were to mishandle a core file, an attacker can reconstruct the user's wallet.dat file, including their private keys, via a grep "6231 0500" command.
Nagios XI before 5.6.6 allows remote command execution as root. The exploit requires access to the server as the nagios user, or access as the admin user via the web interface. The getprofile.sh script, invoked by downloading a system profile (profile.php?cmd=download), is executed as root via a passwordless sudo entry; the script executes check_plugin, which is owned by the nagios user. A user logged into Nagios XI with permissions to modify plugins, or the nagios user on the server, can modify the check_plugin executable and insert malicious commands to execute as root.
An exploitable information disclosure vulnerability exists in the packet-parsing functionality of Blynk-Library v0.6.1. A specially crafted packet can cause an unterminated strncpy, resulting in information disclosure. An attacker can send a packet to trigger this vulnerability.
A code execution vulnerability exists in Epignosis eFront LMS v5.2.12. A specially crafted web request can cause unsafe deserialization potentially resulting in PHP code being executed. An attacker can send a crafted web parameter to trigger this vulnerability.
An exploitable SQL injection vulnerability exists in the unauthenticated portion of eFront LMS, versions v5.2.12 and earlier. Specially crafted web request to login page can cause SQL injections, resulting in data compromise. An attacker can use a browser to trigger these vulnerabilities, and no special tools are required.
In Knowage through 6.1.1, the sign up page does not invalidate a valid CAPTCHA token. This allows for CAPTCHA bypass in the signup page.