In Wireshark 2.6.0 to 2.6.2, 2.4.0 to 2.4.8, and 2.2.0 to 2.2.16, the Bluetooth AVDTP dissector could crash. This was addressed in epan/dissectors/packet-btavdtp.c by properly initializing a data structure.
A buffer underwrite vulnerability in get_line() (read.c) in fig2dev 3.2.7a allows an attacker to write prior to the beginning of the buffer via a crafted .fig file.
Lightbend Akka 2.5.x before 2.5.16 allows message disclosure and modification because of an RNG error. A random number generator is used in Akka Remoting for TLS (both classic and Artery Remoting). Akka allows configuration of custom random number generators. For historical reasons, Akka included the AES128CounterSecureRNG and AES256CounterSecureRNG random number generators. The implementations had a bug that caused the generated numbers to be repeated after only a few bytes. The custom RNG implementations were not configured by default but examples in the documentation showed (and therefore implicitly recommended) using the custom ones. This can be used by an attacker to compromise the communication if these random number generators are enabled in configuration. It would be possible to eavesdrop, replay, or modify the messages sent with Akka Remoting/Cluster.
The image rendering component (createGenericPreview) of the Open Whisper Signal app through 2.29.0 for iOS fails to check for unreasonably large images before manipulating received images. This allows for a large image sent to a user to exhaust all available memory when the image is displayed, resulting in a forced restart of the device.
Cybrotech CyBroHttpServer 1.0.3 allows Directory Traversal via a ../ in the URI.
An Information Management Error vulnerability exists in Schneider Electric's Modicon M221 product (all references, all versions prior to firmware V188.8.131.52). The vulnerability allows unauthorized users to replay authentication sequences. If an attacker exploits this vulnerability and connects to a Modicon M221, the attacker can upload the original program from the PLC.
A Permissions, Privileges, and Access Control vulnerability exists in Schneider Electric's Modicon M221 product (all references, all versions prior to firmware V184.108.40.206). The vulnerability allows unauthorized users to overwrite the original password with their password. If an attacker exploits this vulnerability and overwrite the password, the attacker can upload the original program from the PLC.
A Permissions, Privileges, and Access Control vulnerability exists in Schneider Electric's Modicon M221 product (all references, all versions prior to firmware V220.127.116.11). The vulnerability allows unauthorized users to decode the password using rainbow table.
The Norton Identity Safe product prior to 18.104.22.1686 may be susceptible to a privilege escalation issue via a hard coded IV, which is a type of vulnerability that can potentially increase the likelihood of encrypted data being recovered without adequate credentials.
An Improper Check for Unusual or Exceptional Conditions vulnerability exists in Schneider Electric's Modicon M221 product (all references, all versions prior to firmware V22.214.171.124). The vulnerability allows unauthorized users to remotely reboot Modicon M221 using crafted programing protocol frames.
A Cross Protocol Injection vulnerability exists in Schneider Electric's PowerLogic (PM5560 prior to FW version 2.5.4) product. The vulnerability makes the product susceptible to cross site scripting attack on itsweb browser. User inputs can be manipulated to cause execution of java script code.
The Alcatel A30 device with a build fingerprint of TCL/5046G/MICKEY6US:7.0/NRD90M/J63:user/release-keys contains a hidden privilege escalation capability to achieve command execution as the root user. They have made modifications that allow a user with physical access to the device to obtain a root shell via ADB. Modifying the read-only properties by an app as the system user creates a UNIX domain socket named factory_test that will execute commands as the root user by processes that have privilege to access it (as per the SELinux rules that the vendor controls).
An issue was discovered on Orbic Wonder Orbic/RC555L/RC555L:7.1.2/N2G47H/329100b:user/release-keys devices. Any app co-located on the device can send an intent to factory reset the device programmatically because of com.android.server.MasterClearReceiver. This does not require any user interaction and does not require any permission to perform. A factory reset will remove all user data from the device. This will result in the loss of any data that the user has not backed up or synced externally. This capability to perform a factory reset is not directly available to third-party apps (those that the user installs themselves), although this capability is present in an unprotected component of the Android OS. This vulnerability is not present in Google's Android Open Source Project (AOSP) code. Therefore, it was introduced by Orbic or another entity in the supply chain.
An issue was discovered on Orbic Wonder Orbic/RC555L/RC555L:7.1.2/N2G47H/329100b:user/release-keys devices, allowing attackers to obtain sensitive information (such as text-message content) by reading a copy of the Android log on the SD card. The system-wide Android logs are not directly available to third-party apps since they tend to contain sensitive data. Third-party apps can read from the log but only the log messages that the app itself has written. Certain apps can leak data to the Android log due to not sanitizing log messages, which is in an insecure programming practice. Pre-installed system apps and apps that are signed with the framework key can read from the system-wide Android log. We found a pre-installed app on the Orbic Wonder that when started via an Intent will write the Android log to the SD card, also known as external storage, via com.ckt.mmitest.MmiMainActivity. Any app that requests the READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE permission can read from the SD card. Therefore, a local app on the device can quickly start a specific component in the pre-installed system app to have the Android log written to the SD card. Therefore, any app co-located on the device with the READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE permission can obtain the data contained within the Android log and continually monitor it and mine the log for relevant data. In addition, the default messaging app (com.android.mms) writes the body of sent and received text messages to the Android log, as well as the recipient phone number for sent text messages and the sending phone number for received text messages. In addition, any call data contains phone numbers for sent and received calls.
XML external entity (XXE) vulnerability in Episerver 7 patch 4 and earlier allows remote attackers to read arbitrary files via a crafted DTD in an XML request involving util/xmlrpc/Handler.ashx.
An issue was discovered on D-Link DIR-601 2.02NA devices. Being local to the network and having only "User" account (which is a low privilege account) access, an attacker can intercept the response from a POST request to obtain "Admin" rights due to the admin password being displayed in XML.
Various VIVOTEK FD8*, FD9*, FE9*, IB8*, IB9*, IP9*, IZ9*, MS9*, SD9*, and other devices before XXXXXX-VVTK-xx06a allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary code.
CMS ISWEB 3.5.3 has XSS via the ordineRis, sezioneRicerca, or oggettiRicerca parameter to index.php.
qemu-seccomp.c in QEMU might allow local OS guest users to cause a denial of service (guest crash) by leveraging mishandling of the seccomp policy for threads other than the main thread.