National Vulnerability Database
This feed contains the most recent CVE cyber vulnerabilities published within the National Vulnerability Database.
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Jool 3.5.0-3.5.1 is vulnerable to a kernel crashing packet resulting in a DOS.
ZEIT Next.js before 2.4.1 has directory traversal under the /_next and /static request namespace, allowing attackers to obtain sensitive information.
An issue was discovered in Teluu pjproject (pjlib and pjlib-util) in PJSIP before 2.7.1. The ioqueue component may issue a double key unregistration after an attacker initiates a socket connection with specific settings and sequences. Such double key unregistration will trigger an integer overflow, which may cause ioqueue backends to reject future key registrations.
ROOT version 6.9.03 and below is vulnerable to an authenticated shell metacharacter injection in the rootd daemon resulting in remote code execution
samtools htslib library version 1.4.0 and earlier is vulnerable to buffer overflow in the CRAM rANS codec resulting in potential arbitrary code execution
Lynx version 2.8.8 and older is vulnerable to a use after free in the HTML parser resulting in memory disclosure.
Elixir's vim plugin, alchemist.vim is vulnerable to remote code execution in the bundled alchemist-server. A malicious website can execute requests against an ephemeral port on localhost that are then evaluated as elixir code.
Cross-site scripting vulnerability in CS-Cart Japanese Edition v4.3.10 and earlier (excluding v2 and v3), CS-Cart Multivendor Japanese Edition v4.3.10 and earlier (excluding v2 and v3) allows an attacker to inject arbitrary web script or HTML via unspecified vectors.
Untrusted search path vulnerability in BOOK WALKER for Windows Ver.1.2.9 and earlier allows an attacker to gain privileges via a Trojan horse DLL in an unspecified directory.
BOOK WALKER for Windows Ver.1.2.9 and earlier, BOOK WALKER for Mac Ver.1.2.5 and earlier allow an attacker to access local files via unspecified vectors.
TablePress prior to version 1.8.1 allows an attacker to conduct XML External Entity (XXE) attacks via unspecified vectors.
Session management issue in RX-V200 firmware versions prior to 09.87.17.09, RX-V100 firmware versions prior to 03.29.17.09, RX-CLV1-P firmware versions prior to 79.17.17.09, RX-CLV2-B firmware versions prior to 89.07.17.09, RX-CLV3-N firmware versions prior to 91.09.17.10 allows an attacker on the same LAN to perform arbitrary operations or access information via unspecified vectors.
VMware vCenter Server (6.5 prior to 6.5 U1 and 6.0 prior to 6.0 U3c) does not correctly handle specially crafted LDAP network packets which may allow for remote denial of service.
The flash-based vSphere Web Client (6.0 prior to 6.0 U3c and 5.5 prior to 5.5 U3f) i.e. not the new HTML5-based vSphere Client, contains SSRF and CRLF injection issues due to improper neutralization of URLs. An attacker may exploit these issues by sending a POST request with modified headers towards internal services leading to information disclosure.
VMware NSX Edge (6.2.x before 6.2.9 and 6.3.x before 6.3.5) contains a moderate Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) issue which may lead to information disclosure.
VMware Workstation (12.x before 12.5.8) and Fusion (8.x before 8.5.9) contain a heap buffer-overflow vulnerability in VMNAT device. This issue may allow a guest to execute code on the host.
VMware Workstation (12.x before 12.5.8) and Horizon View Client for Windows (4.x before 4.6.1) contain an out-of-bounds write vulnerability in JPEG2000 parser in the TPView.dll. On Workstation, this may allow a guest to execute code or perform a Denial of Service on the Windows OS that runs Workstation. In the case of a Horizon View Client, this may allow a View desktop to execute code or perform a Denial of Service on the Windows OS that runs the Horizon View Client. Exploitation is only possible if virtual printing has been enabled. This feature is not enabled by default on Workstation but it is enabled by default on Horizon View Client.
VMware Workstation (12.x before 12.5.8) and Horizon View Client for Windows (4.x before 4.6.1) contain an out-of-bounds read vulnerability in JPEG2000 parser in the TPView.dll. On Workstation, this may allow a guest to execute code or perform a Denial of Service on the Windows OS that runs Workstation. In the case of a Horizon View Client, this may allow a View desktop to execute code or perform a Denial of Service on the Windows OS that runs the Horizon View Client.