A remote code execution vulnerability was identified in HPE Intelligent Management Center (IMC) PLAT earlier than version 7.3 E0506P09.
A remote denial of service vulnerability was identified in HPE Intelligent Management Center (IMC) PLAT earlier than version 7.3 E0506P09.
In PHP Proxy 3.0.3, any user can read files from the server without authentication due to an index.php?q=file:/// LFI URI, a different vulnerability than CVE-2018-19246.
A remote code execution vulnerability was identified in HPE Intelligent Management Center (iMC) prior to iMC PLAT 7.3 E0605P04.
HPE StorageWorks XP7 Automation Director (AutoDir) version 8.5.2-02 to earlier than 8.6.1-00 has a local and remote authentication bypass vulnerability that exposed the user authentication information of the storage system. This problem sometimes occurred under specific conditions when running a service template.
Wi2be SMART HP WMT R1.2.20_201400922 allows unauthorized remote attackers to reset the admin password via the /ConfigWizard/ChangePwd.esp?2admin URL (Attackers can login using the "admin" username with password "admin" after a successful attack).
Aruba ClearPass, all versions of 6.6.x prior to 6.6.9 are affected by an authentication bypass vulnerability, an attacker can leverage this vulnerability to gain administrator privileges on the system. The vulnerability is exposed only on ClearPass web interfaces, including administrative, guest captive portal, and API. Customers who do not expose ClearPass web interfaces to untrusted users are impacted to a lesser extent.
HPE has identified a remote unauthenticated access to files vulnerability in HPE CentralView Fraud Risk Management earlier than version CV 6.1. This issue is resolved in HF16 for HPE CV 6.1 or subsequent version.
An issue was discovered in phpMyAdmin 4.8.x before 4.8.2, in which an attacker can include (view and potentially execute) files on the server. The vulnerability comes from a portion of code where pages are redirected and loaded within phpMyAdmin, and an improper test for whitelisted pages. An attacker must be authenticated, except in the "$cfg['AllowArbitraryServer'] = true" case (where an attacker can specify any host he/she is already in control of, and execute arbitrary code on phpMyAdmin) and the "$cfg['ServerDefault'] = 0" case (which bypasses the login requirement and runs the vulnerable code without any authentication).
An issue was discovered in phpLiteAdmin 1.9.5 through 126.96.36.199. Due to loose comparison with '==' instead of '===' in classes/Authorization.php for the user-provided login password, it is possible to login with a simpler password if the password has the form of a power in scientific notation (like '2e2' for '200' or '0e1234' for '0'). This is possible because, in the loose comparison case, PHP interprets the string as a number in scientific notation, and thus converts it to a number. After that, the comparison with '==' casts the user input (e.g., the string '200' or '0') to a number, too. Hence the attacker can login with just a '0' or a simple number he has to brute force. Strong comparison with '===' prevents the cast into numbers.