National Vulnerability Database
This feed contains the most recent CVE cyber vulnerabilities published within the National Vulnerability Database.
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An issue was discovered in BTITeam XBTIT. PHP error logs are stored in an open directory (/include/logs) using predictable file names, which can lead to full path disclosure and leakage of sensitive data.
Persistent cross-site scripting (XSS) issues in Jorani 0.6.5 allow remote attackers to inject arbitrary web script or HTML via the language parameter to session/language.
An issue was discovered in Jorani 0.6.5. SQL Injection (error-based) allows a user of the application without permissions to read and modify sensitive information from the database used by the application via the startdate or enddate parameter to leaves/validate.
The test connection functionality in the NetAudit section of Opsview Monitor before 5.3.1 and 5.4.x before 5.4.2 is vulnerable to command injection due to improper sanitization of the rancid_password parameter.
The /etc/init.d/opsview-reporting-module script that runs at boot time in Opsview Monitor before 5.3.1 and 5.4.x before 5.4.2 invokes a file that can be edited by the nagios user, and would allow attackers to elevate their privileges to root after a system restart, hence obtaining full control of the appliance.
The web management console of Opsview Monitor 5.4.x before 5.4.2 provides functionality accessible by an authenticated administrator to test notifications that are triggered under certain configurable events. The value parameter is not properly sanitized, leading to arbitrary command injection with the privileges of the nagios user account.
The data parameter of the /settings/api/router endpoint in Opsview Monitor before 5.3.1 and 5.4.x before 5.4.2 is vulnerable to Cross-Site Scripting.
An issue was discovered in BTITeam XBTIT. By using String.replace and eval, it is possible to bypass the includes/crk_protection.php anti-XSS mechanism that looks for a number of dangerous fingerprints.
The newsfeed (aka /index.php?page=viewnews) in BTITeam XBTIT 2.5.4 has stored XSS via the title of a news item. This is also exploitable via CSRF.
An issue was discovered in BTITeam XBTIT 2.5.4. The "act" parameter in the sign-up page available at /index.php?page=signup is vulnerable to reflected cross-site scripting.
An issue was discovered in BTITeam XBTIT 2.5.4. The "keywords" parameter in the search function available at /index.php?page=forums&action=search is vulnerable to reflected cross-site scripting.
An issue was discovered in BTITeam XBTIT 2.5.4. The hashed passwords stored in the xbtit_users table are stored as unsalted MD5 hashes, which makes it easier for context-dependent attackers to obtain cleartext values via a brute-force attack.
An issue was discovered in BTITeam XBTIT 2.5.4. When a user logs in, their password hash is rehashed using a predictable salt and stored in the "pass" cookie, which is not flagged as HTTPOnly. Due to the weak and predictable salt that is in place, an attacker who successfully steals this cookie can efficiently brute-force it to retrieve the user's cleartext password.
An issue was discovered in BTITeam XBTIT. Due to a lack of cross-site request forgery protection, it is possible to automate the action of sending private messages to users by luring an authenticated user to a web page that automatically submits a form on their behalf.
An issue was discovered in BTITeam XBTIT. The "returnto" parameter of the login page is vulnerable to an open redirect due to a lack of validation. If a user is already logged in when accessing the page, they will be instantly redirected.
VIVOTEK FD8177 devices before XXXXXX-VVTK-xx06a allow CSRF.
VIVOTEK FD8177 devices before XXXXXX-VVTK-xx06a allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary code (issue 1 of 2) via the ONVIF interface, (/onvif/device_service).
VIVOTEK FD8177 devices before XXXXXX-VVTK-xx06a allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary code (issue 2 of 2) via eventscript.cgi.
The web management interface of Ubiquiti airMAX, airFiber, airGateway and EdgeSwitch XP (formerly TOUGHSwitch) allows an unauthenticated attacker to upload and write arbitrary files using directory traversal techniques. An attacker can exploit this vulnerability to gain root privileges. This vulnerability is fixed in the following product versions (fixes released in July 2015, all prior versions are affected): airMAX AC 7.1.3; airMAX M (and airRouter) 5.6.2 XM/XW/TI, 5.5.11 XM/TI, and 5.5.10u2 XW; airGateway 1.1.5; airFiber AF24/AF24HD 2.2.1, AF5x 22.214.171.124, and AF5 2.2.1; airOS 4 XS2/XS5 4.0.4; and EdgeSwitch XP (formerly TOUGHSwitch) 1.3.2.
Gxlcms 2.0 has SQL Injection exploitable by an administrator.