In some cases the MCPD binary cache in F5 BIG-IP devices may allow a user with Advanced Shell access, or privileges to generate a qkview, to temporarily obtain normally unrecoverable information.
F5 BIG-IP 12.0.0 and 11.5.0 - 11.6.1 REST requests which timeout during user account authentication may log sensitive attributes such as passwords in plaintext to /var/log/restjavad.0.log. It may allow local users to obtain sensitive information by reading these files.
A BIG-IP virtual server configured with a Client SSL profile that has the non-default Session Tickets option enabled may leak up to 31 bytes of uninitialized memory. A remote attacker may exploit this vulnerability to obtain Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) session IDs from other sessions. It is possible that other data from uninitialized memory may be returned as well.
The server IKEv1 implementation in Cisco IOS 12.2 through 12.4 and 15.0 through 15.6, IOS XE through 3.18S, IOS XR 4.3.x and 5.0.x through 5.2.x, and PIX before 7.0 allows remote attackers to obtain sensitive information from device memory via a Security Association (SA) negotiation request, aka Bug IDs CSCvb29204 and CSCvb36055 or BENIGNCERTAIN.
The Configuration utility in F5 BIG-IP systems 11.0.x, 11.1.x, 11.2.x before 11.2.1 HF16, 11.3.x, 11.4.x before 11.4.1 HF10, 11.5.x before 11.5.4 HF2, 1.6.x before 11.6.1, and 12.0.0 before HF1 allows remote administrators to read Access Policy Manager (APM) access logs via unspecified vectors.
The iControl REST service in F5 BIG-IP LTM, AAM, AFM, Analytics, APM, ASM, Link Controller, and PEM 11.5.x before 11.5.4, 11.6.x before 11.6.1, and 12.x before 12.0.0 HF3; BIG-IP DNS 12.x before 12.0.0 HF3; BIG-IP GTM 11.5.x before 11.5.4 and 11.6.x before 11.6.1; BIG-IQ Cloud and Security 4.0.0 through 4.5.0; BIG-IQ Device 4.2.0 through 4.5.0; BIG-IQ ADC 4.5.0; BIG-IQ Centralized Management 4.6.0; and BIG-IQ Cloud and Orchestration 1.0.0 allows remote authenticated administrators to obtain sensitive information via unspecified vectors.
The Single Sign-On (SSO) feature in F5 BIG-IP APM 11.x before 11.6.0 HF6 and BIG-IP Edge Gateway 11.0.0 through 11.3.0 might allow remote attackers to obtain sensitive SessionId information by leveraging access to the Location HTTP header in a redirect.
F5 BIG-IP LTM, AFM, Analytics, APM, ASM, Link Controller, and PEM 11.3.x, 11.4.x before 11.4.1 build 685-HF10, 11.5.1 before build 10.104.180, 11.5.2 before 11.5.4 build 0.1.256, 11.6.0 before build 6.204.442, and 12.0.0 before build 1.14.628; BIG-IP AAM 11.4.x before 11.4.1 build 685-HF10, 11.5.1 before build 10.104.180, 11.5.2 before 11.5.4 build 0.1.256, 11.6.0 before build 6.204.442, and 12.0.0 before build 1.14.628; BIG-IP DNS 12.0.0 before build 1.14.628; BIG-IP Edge Gateway, WebAccelerator, and WOM 11.3.0; BIG-IP GTM 11.3.x, 11.4.x before 11.4.1 build 685-HF10, 11.5.1 before build 10.104.180, 11.5.2 before 11.5.4 build 0.1.256, and 11.6.0 before build 6.204.442; BIG-IP PSM 11.3.x and 11.4.x before 11.4.1 build 685-HF10; BIG-IQ Cloud, Device, and Security 4.2.0 through 4.5.0; and BIG-IQ ADC 4.5.0 do not properly regenerate certificates and keys when deploying cloud images in Amazon Web Services (AWS), Azure or Verizon cloud services environments, which allows attackers to obtain sensitive information or cause a denial of service (disruption) by leveraging a target instance configuration.