Marval MSM v220.127.116.1176 has a 0-Click Account Takeover vulnerability which allows an attacker to change any user's password in the organization, this means that the user can also escalate achieve Privilege Escalation by changing the administrator password.
Marval MSM v18.104.22.16876 has an Improper Access Control vulnerability which allows a low privilege user to delete other users API Keys including high privilege and the Administrator users API Keys.
Silverstripe silverstripe/assets through 1.10 allows XSS.
Silverstripe silverstripe/framework through 4.10.0 allows XSS, inside of script tags that can can be added to website content via XHR by an authenticated CMS user if the cwp-core module is not installed on the sanitise_server_side contig is not set to true in project code.
Silverstripe silverstripe/framework through 4.10 allows Session Fixation.
Marval MSM v22.214.171.12476 is vulnerable to Cross Site Request Forgery (CSRF). An attacker can disable the 2FA by sending the user a malicious form.
Marval MSM v126.96.36.19976 is vulnerable to OS Command Injection due to the insecure handling of VBScripts.
Marval MSM v188.8.131.5276 is has an Insecure Direct Object Reference (IDOR) vulnerability. A low privilege user is able to see other users API Keys including the Admins API Keys.
** REJECT ** DO NOT USE THIS CANDIDATE NUMBER. Reason: This CVE has been rejected as it was incorrectly assigned. All references and descriptions in this candidate have been removed to prevent accidental usage.
NULL Pointer Dereference in GitHub repository vim/vim prior to 8.2.
Dell PowerScale OneFS, versions 8.2.x-9.2.x, contain broken or risky cryptographic algorithm. A remote unprivileged malicious attacker could potentially exploit this vulnerability, leading to full system access.
Dell PowerScale OneFS, 8.2.x through 9.3.0.x, contain an error message with sensitive information. An administrator could potentially exploit this vulnerability, leading to disclosure of sensitive information. This sensitive information can be used to access sensitive resources.
Underscore.deep is a collection of Underscore mixins that operate on nested objects. Versions of `underscore.deep` prior to version 0.5.3 are vulnerable to a prototype pollution vulnerability. An attacker can craft a malicious payload and pass it to `deepFromFlat`, which would pollute any future Objects created. Any users that have `deepFromFlat` or `deepPick` (due to its dependency on `deepFromFlat`) in their code should upgrade to version 0.5.3 as soon as possible. Users unable to upgrade may mitigate this issue by modifying `deepFromFlat` to prevent specific keywords which will prevent this from happening.
GLPI is a Free Asset and IT Management Software package, Data center management, ITIL Service Desk, licenses tracking and software auditing. In affected versions all GLPI instances with the native inventory used may leak sensitive information. The feature to get refused file is not authenticated. This issue has been addressed in version 10.0.2 and all affected users are advised to upgrade.
GLPI is a Free Asset and IT Management Software package, Data center management, ITIL Service Desk, licenses tracking and software auditing. In affected versions there is a SQL injection vulnerability which is possible on login page. No user credentials are required to exploit this vulnerability. Users are advised to upgrade as soon as possible. There are no known workarounds for this issue.
GLPI is a Free Asset and IT Management Software package, Data center management, ITIL Service Desk, licenses tracking and software auditing. In affected versions all assistance forms (Ticket/Change/Problem) permit sql injection on the actor fields. This issue has been resolved in version 10.0.2 and all affected users are advised to upgrade.
Cloudflare WARP client for Windows (up to v. 2022.5.309.0) allowed creation of mount points from its ProgramData folder. During installation of the WARP client, it was possible to escalate privileges and overwrite SYSTEM protected files.
A remote disclosure of sensitive information vulnerability was discovered in HPE NonStop DSM/SCM version: T6031H03^ADP. HPE has provided a software update to resolve this vulnerability in HPE NonStop DSM/SCM.
XPDF v4.04 was discovered to contain a stack overflow vulnerability via the Object::Copy class of object.cc files.
Synapse is an open source home server implementation for the Matrix chat network. In versions prior to 1.61.1 URL previews of some web pages can exhaust the available stack space for the Synapse process due to unbounded recursion. This is sometimes recoverable and leads to an error for the request causing the problem, but in other cases the Synapse process may crash altogether. It is possible to exploit this maliciously, either by malicious users on the homeserver, or by remote users sending URLs that a local user's client may automatically request a URL preview for. Remote users are not able to exploit this directly, because the URL preview endpoint is authenticated. Deployments with `url_preview_enabled: false` set in configuration are not affected. Deployments with `url_preview_enabled: true` set in configuration **are** affected. Deployments with no configuration value set for `url_preview_enabled` are not affected, because the default is `false`. Administrators of homeservers with URL previews enabled are advised to upgrade to v1.61.1 or higher. Users unable to upgrade should set `url_preview_enabled` to false.
A flaw was found in PackageKit in the way some of the methods exposed by the Transaction interface examines files. This issue allows a local user to measure the time the methods take to execute and know whether a file owned by root or other users exists.
Server-Side Request Forgery (SSRF) in GitHub repository dompdf/dompdf prior to 2.0.0.
When an attacker uses a man-in-the-middle attack to sniff the request packets with success logging in through ONVIF, he can log in to the device by replaying the user's login packet.
If the user enables the https function on the device, an attacker can modify the user’s request data packet through a man-in-the-middle attack ,Injection of a malicious URL in the Host: header of the HTTP Request results in a 302 redirect to an attacker-controlled page.
When an attacker uses a man-in-the-middle attack to sniff the request packets with success logging in, the attacker could log in to the device by replaying the user's login packet.
When an attacker obtaining the administrative account and password, or through a man-in-the-middle attack, the attacker could send a specified crafted packet to the vulnerable interface then lead the device to crash.
Origin validation error vulnerability in NeoRS’s ActiveX moudle allows attackers to download and execute arbitrary files. Remote attackers can use this vulerability to encourage users to access crafted web pages, causing damage such as malicious code infections.
An issue was discovered in MediaWiki through 1.38.1. The lemma length of a Wikibase lexeme is currently capped at a thousand characters. Unfortunately, this length is not validated, allowing much larger lexemes to be created, which introduces various denial-of-service attack vectors within the Wikibase and WikibaseLexeme extensions. This is related to Special:NewLexeme and Special:NewProperty.
Use of hard-coded credentials vulnerability exists in STARDOM FCN Controller and FCJ Controller R4.10 to R4.31, which may allow an attacker with an administrative privilege to read/change configuration settings or update the controller with tampered firmware.
Violation of secure design principles exists in the communication of CAMS for HIS. Affected products and versions are CENTUM series where LHS4800 is installed (CENTUM CS 3000 and CENTUM CS 3000 Small R3.08.10 to R3.09.00), CENTUM series where CAMS function is used (CENTUM VP, CENTUM VP Small, and CENTUM VP Basic R4.01.00 to R4.03.00), CENTUM series regardless of the use of CAMS function (CENTUM VP, CENTUM VP Small, and CENTUM VP Basic R5.01.00 to R5.04.20 and R6.01.00 to R6.09.00), Exaopc R3.72.00 to R3.80.00 (only if NTPF100-S6 'For CENTUM VP Support CAMS for HIS' is installed), B/M9000 CS R5.04.01 to R5.05.01, and B/M9000 VP R6.01.01 to R8.03.01). If an adjacent attacker successfully compromises a computer using CAMS for HIS software, they can use credentials from the compromised machine to access data from another machine using CAMS for HIS software. This can lead to a disabling of CAMS for HIS software functions on any affected machines, or information disclosure/alteration.
Cleartext transmission of sensitive information vulnerability exists in STARDOM FCN Controller and FCJ Controller R1.01 to R4.31, which may allow an adjacent attacker to login the affected products and alter device configuration settings or tamper with device firmware.
Admidio 4.1.2 version is affected by stored cross-site scripting (XSS).
Authorization Bypass Through User-Controlled Key in GitHub repository ionicabizau/parse-path prior to 5.0.0.
Benjamin BALET Jorani v1.0 was discovered to contain a Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) via the component /application/controllers/Users.php.
Benjamin BALET Jorani v1.0 was discovered to contain a cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability via the Comment parameter at application/controllers/Leaves.php.
Benjamin BALET Jorani v1.0 was discovered to contain a SQL injection vulnerability via the id parameter at application/controllers/Leaves.php.
Wasmtime is a standalone runtime for WebAssembly. In affected versions wasmtime's implementation of the SIMD proposal for WebAssembly on x86_64 contained two distinct bugs in the instruction lowerings implemented in Cranelift. The aarch64 implementation of the simd proposal is not affected. The bugs were presented in the `i8x16.swizzle` and `select` WebAssembly instructions. The `select` instruction is only affected when the inputs are of `v128` type. The correspondingly affected Cranelift instructions were `swizzle` and `select`. The `swizzle` instruction lowering in Cranelift erroneously overwrote the mask input register which could corrupt a constant value, for example. This means that future uses of the same constant may see a different value than the constant itself. The `select` instruction lowering in Cranelift wasn't correctly implemented for vector types that are 128-bits wide. When the condition was 0 the wrong instruction was used to move the correct input to the output of the instruction meaning that only the low 32 bits were moved and the upper 96 bits of the result were left as whatever the register previously contained (instead of the input being moved from). The `select` instruction worked correctly if the condition was nonzero, however. This bug in Wasmtime's implementation of these instructions on x86_64 represents an incorrect implementation of the specified semantics of these instructions according to the WebAssembly specification. The impact of this is benign for hosts running WebAssembly but represents possible vulnerabilities within the execution of a guest program. For example a WebAssembly program could take unintended branches or materialize incorrect values internally which runs the risk of exposing the program itself to other related vulnerabilities which can occur from miscompilations. We have released Wasmtime 0.38.1 and cranelift-codegen (and other associated cranelift crates) 0.85.1 which contain the corrected implementations of these two instructions in Cranelift. If upgrading is not an option for you at this time, you can avoid the vulnerability by disabling the Wasm simd proposal. Additionally the bug is only present on x86_64 hosts. Other aarch64 hosts are not affected. Note that s390x hosts don't yet implement the simd proposal and are not affected.
A stored cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability in LightCMS v1.3.11 allows attackers to execute arbitrary web scripts or HTML via uploading a crafted PDF file.
Halo CMS v1.5.3 was discovered to contain a Server-Side Request Forgery (SSRF) via the template remote download function.
Halo CMS v1.5.3 was discovered to contain an arbitrary file upload vulnerability via the component /api/admin/attachments/upload.
lettersanitizer is a DOM-based HTML email sanitizer for in-browser email rendering. All versions of lettersanitizer below 1.0.2 are affected by a denial of service issue when processing a CSS at-rule `@keyframes`. This package is depended on by [react-letter](https://github.com/mat-sz/react-letter), therefore everyone using react-letter is also at risk. The problem has been patched in version 1.0.2.
prestashop/blockwishlist is a prestashop extension which adds a block containing the customer's wishlists. In affected versions an authenticated customer can perform SQL injection. This issue is fixed in version 2.1.1. Users are advised to upgrade. There are no known workarounds for this issue.
rulex is a new, portable, regular expression language. When parsing untrusted rulex expressions, the stack may overflow, possibly enabling a Denial of Service attack. This happens when parsing an expression with several hundred levels of nesting, causing the process to abort immediately. This is a security concern for you, if your service parses untrusted rulex expressions (expressions provided by an untrusted user), and your service becomes unavailable when the process running rulex aborts due to a stack overflow. The crash is fixed in version **0.4.3**. Affected users are advised to update to this version. There are no known workarounds for this issue.
The initial fixes in CVE-2022-30126 and CVE-2022-30973 for regexes in the StandardsExtractingContentHandler were insufficient, and we found a separate, new regex DoS in a different regex in the StandardsExtractingContentHandler. These are now fixed in 1.28.4 and 2.4.1.
TRENDnet Wi-Fi routers TEW751DR v1.03 and TEW-752DRU v1.03 were discovered to contain a stack overflow via the function genacgi_main.
D-Link DIR-645 v1.03 was discovered to contain a command injection vulnerability via the QUERY_STRING parameter at __ajax_explorer.sgi.
rulex is a new, portable, regular expression language. When parsing untrusted rulex expressions, rulex may crash, possibly enabling a Denial of Service attack. This happens when the expression contains a multi-byte UTF-8 code point in a string literal or after a backslash, because rulex tries to slice into the code point and panics as a result. This is a security concern for you, if your service parses untrusted rulex expressions (expressions provided by an untrusted user), and your service becomes unavailable when the thread running rulex panics. The crashes are fixed in version **0.4.3**. Affected users are advised to update to this version. The only known workaround for this issue is to assume that regular expression parsing will panic and to add logic to catch panics.
Weave GitOps is a simple open source developer platform for people who want cloud native applications, without needing Kubernetes expertise. A vulnerability in the logging of Weave GitOps could allow an authenticated remote attacker to view sensitive cluster configurations, aka KubeConfg, of registered Kubernetes clusters, including the service account tokens in plain text from Weave GitOps's pod logs on the management cluster. An unauthorized remote attacker can also view these sensitive configurations from external log storage if enabled by the management cluster. This vulnerability is due to the client factory dumping cluster configurations and their service account tokens when the cluster manager tries to connect to an API server of a registered cluster, and a connection error occurs. An attacker could exploit this vulnerability by either accessing logs of a pod of Weave GitOps, or from external log storage and obtaining all cluster configurations of registered clusters. A successful exploit could allow the attacker to use those cluster configurations to manage the registered Kubernetes clusters. This vulnerability has been fixed by commit 567356f471353fb5c676c77f5abc2a04631d50ca. Users should upgrade to Weave GitOps core version v0.8.1-rc.6 or newer. There is no known workaround for this vulnerability.
Discourse is an open source discussion platform. Under certain conditions, a logged in user can redeem an invite with an email that either doesn't match the invite's email or does not adhere to the email domain restriction of an invite link. The impact of this flaw is aggravated when the invite has been configured to add the user that accepts the invite into restricted groups. Once a user has been incorrectly added to a restricted group, the user may then be able to view content which that are restricted to the respective group. Users are advised to upgrade to the current stable releases. There are no known workarounds to this issue.