National Vulnerability Database
This feed contains the most recent CVE cyber vulnerabilities published within the National Vulnerability Database.
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Simditor v2.3.11 allows XSS via crafted use of svg/onload=alert in a TEXTAREA element, as demonstrated by Firefox 54.0.1.
The PropertyHive plugin before 1.4.15 for WordPress has XSS via the body parameter to includes/admin/views/html-preview-applicant-matches-email.php.
Hotspot Shield runs a webserver with a static IP address 127.0.0.1 and port 895. The web server uses JSONP and hosts sensitive information including configuration. User controlled input is not sufficiently filtered: an unauthenticated attacker can send a POST request to /status.js with the parameter func=$_APPLOG.Rfunc and extract sensitive information about the machine, including whether the user is connected to a VPN, to which VPN he/she is connected, and what is their real IP address.
In Center for Internet Security CIS-CAT Pro Dashboard before 1.0.4, an authenticated user is able to change an administrative user's e-mail address and send a forgot password email to themselves, thereby gaining administrative access.
Unquoted Windows search path vulnerability in NSClient++ before 0.4.1.73 allows non-privileged local users to execute arbitrary code with elevated privileges on the system via a malicious program.exe executable in the %SYSTEMDRIVE% folder.
IBM Remote Control v9 could allow a local user to use the component to replace files to which he does not have write access and which he can cause to be executed with Local System or root privileges. IBM X-Force ID: 123912.
IBM DataPower Gateways 7.1, 7,2, 7.5, and 7.6 could allow an attacker using man-in-the-middle techniques to spoof DNS responses to perform DNS cache poisoning and redirect Internet traffic. IBM X-Force ID: 136817.
OpenFlow Plugin and OpenDayLight Controller versions Nitrogen, Carbon, Boron, Robert Varga, Anil Vishnoi contain a flaw when multiple 'expired' flows take up the memory resource of CONFIG DATASTORE which leads to CONTROLLER shutdown. If multiple different flows with 'idle-timeout' and 'hard-timeout' are sent to the Openflow Plugin REST API, the expired flows will eventually crash the controller once its resource allocations set with the JVM size are exceeded. Although the installed flows (with timeout set) are removed from network (and thus also from controller's operations DS), the expired entries are still present in CONFIG DS. The attack can originate both from NORTH or SOUTH. The above description is for a north bound attack. A south bound attack can originate when an attacker attempts a flow flooding attack and since flows come with timeouts, the attack is not successful. However, the attacker will now be successful in CONTROLLER overflow attack (resource consumption). Although, the network (actual flow tables) and operational DS are only (~)1% occupied, the controller requests for resource consumption. This happens because the installed flows get removed from the network upon timeout.
When parsing the AIA-Extension field of a client certificate, Apache Tomcat Native Connector 1.2.0 to 1.2.14 and 1.1.23 to 1.1.34 did not correctly handle fields longer than 127 bytes. The result of the parsing error was to skip the OCSP check. It was therefore possible for client certificates that should have been rejected (if the OCSP check had been made) to be accepted. Users not using OCSP checks are not affected by this vulnerability.
As part of the fix for bug 61201, the documentation for Apache Tomcat 9.0.0.M22 to 9.0.1, 8.5.16 to 8.5.23, 8.0.45 to 8.0.47 and 7.0.79 to 7.0.82 included an updated description of the search algorithm used by the CGI Servlet to identify which script to execute. The update was not correct. As a result, some scripts may have failed to execute as expected and other scripts may have been executed unexpectedly. Note that the behaviour of the CGI servlet has remained unchanged in this regard. It is only the documentation of the behaviour that was wrong and has been corrected.
The 'crowd-application' plugin module (notably used by the Google Apps plugin) in Atlassian Crowd from version 1.5.0 before version 3.1.2 allowed an attacker to impersonate a Crowd user in REST requests by being able to authenticate to a directory bound to an application using the feature. Given the following situation: the Crowd application is bound to directory 1 and has a user called admin and the Google Apps application is bound to directory 2, which also has a user called admin, it was possible to authenticate REST requests using the credentials of the user coming from directory 2 and impersonate the user from directory 1.
In glibc 2.26 and earlier there is confusion in the usage of getcwd() by realpath() which can be used to write before the destination buffer leading to a buffer underflow and potential code execution.
In the function sbusfb_ioctl_helper() in drivers/video/fbdev/sbuslib.c in the Linux kernel through 4.15, an integer signedness error allows arbitrary information leakage for the FBIOPUTCMAP_SPARC and FBIOGETCMAP_SPARC commands.
In the ReadDCMImage function in coders/dcm.c in ImageMagick before 7.0.7-23, each redmap, greenmap, and bluemap variable can be overwritten by a new pointer. The previous pointer is lost, which leads to a memory leak. This allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service.
The function ParseVP9SuperFrameIndex in common/libwebm_util.cc in libwebm through 2018-01-30 does not validate the child_frame_length data obtained from a .webm file, which allows remote attackers to cause an information leak or a denial of service (heap-based buffer over-read and later out-of-bounds write), or possibly have unspecified other impact.
An issue was discovered on Conceptronic CIPCAMPTIWL V3 0.61.30.21 devices. An unauthenticated attacker can crash a device by sending a POST request with a huge body size to /hy-cgi/devices.cgi?cmd=searchlandevice. The crash completely freezes the device.
An issue was discovered on Conceptronic CIPCAMPTIWL V3 0.61.30.21 devices. CSRF exists in hy-cgi/user.cgi, as demonstrated by changing an administrator password or adding a new administrator account.
zxpdf in xpdf before 3.02-19 as packaged in Debian unstable and 3.02-12+squeeze1 as packaged in Debian squeeze deletes temporary files insecurely, which allows remote attackers to delete arbitrary files via a crafted .pdf.gz file name.
BMC Track-It! 11.4 before Hotfix 3 exposes an unauthenticated .NET remoting file storage service (FileStorageService) on port 9010. This service contains a method that allows uploading a file to an arbitrary path on the machine that is running Track-It!. This can be used to upload a file to the web root and achieve code execution as NETWORK SERVICE or SYSTEM.
BMC Track-It! 11.4 before Hotfix 3 exposes an unauthenticated .NET remoting configuration service (ConfigurationService) on port 9010. This service contains a method that can be used to retrieve a configuration file that contains the application database name, username and password as well as the domain administrator username and password. These are encrypted with a fixed key and IV ("NumaraIT") using the DES algorithm. The domain administrator username and password can only be obtained if the Self-Service component is enabled, which is the most common scenario in enterprise deployments.