Flatpak before 1.0.7, and 1.1.x and 1.2.x before 1.2.3, exposes /proc in the apply_extra script sandbox, which allows attackers to modify a host-side executable file.
Denial of Service attack in airMAX < 8.3.2 , airMAX < 6.0.7 and EdgeMAX < 1.9.7 allow attackers to use the Discovery Protocol in amplification attacks.
An access of uninitialized pointer vulnerability in CX-Supervisor (Versions 3.42 and prior) could lead to type confusion when processing project files. An attacker could use a specially crafted project file to exploit and execute code under the privileges of the application.
When CX-Supervisor (Versions 3.42 and prior) processes project files and tampers with the value of an offset, an attacker can force the application to read a value outside of an array.
An Authentication Bypass issue exists in Solutions Business Manager (SBM) (formerly Serena Business Manager (SBM)) versions prior to 11.5.
ATTO FibreBridge 7500N firmware version 2.95 is susceptible to a vulnerability which allows attackers to cause a Denial of Service (DoS).
In JForum 2.1.8, an unauthenticated, remote attacker can enumerate whether a user exists by using the "create user" function. If a register/check/username?username= request corresponds to a username that exists, then an "is already in use" error is produced. NOTE: this product is discontinued.
A vulnerability in the management web interface of Cisco Network Assurance Engine (NAE) could allow an unauthenticated, local attacker to gain unauthorized access or cause a Denial of Service (DoS) condition on the server. The vulnerability is due to a fault in the password management system of NAE. An attacker could exploit this vulnerability by authenticating with the default administrator password via the CLI of an affected server. A successful exploit could allow the attacker to view potentially sensitive information or bring the server down, causing a DoS condition. This vulnerability affects Cisco Network Assurance Engine (NAE) Release 3.0(1). The default password condition only affects new installations of Release 3.0(1).
An attacker could retrieve plain-text credentials stored in a XML file on PR100088 Modbus gateway versions prior to Release R02 (or Software Version 1.1.13166) through FTP.
An issue was discovered in Joomla! before 3.9.3. The "No Filtering" textfilter overrides child settings in the Global Configuration. This is intended behavior. However, it might be unexpected for the user because the configuration dialog lacks an additional message to explain this.
An issue was discovered in Joomla! before 3.9.3. Inadequate checks at the Global Configuration helpurl settings allowed stored XSS.
An issue was discovered in Joomla! before 3.9.3. A combination of specific web server configurations, in connection with specific file types and browser-side MIME-type sniffing, causes an XSS attack vector.
An issue was discovered in Joomla! before 3.9.3. The phar:// stream wrapper can be used for objection injection attacks because there is no protection mechanism (such as the TYPO3 PHAR stream wrapper) to prevent use of the phar:// handler for non .phar-files.
An issue was discovered in Joomla! before 3.9.3. Inadequate filtering on URL fields in various core components could lead to an XSS vulnerability.
In pam/gkr-pam-module.c in GNOME Keyring before 3.27.2, the user's password is kept in a session-child process spawned from the LightDM daemon. This can expose the credential in cleartext.
PR100088 Modbus gateway versions prior to Release R02 (or Software Version 1.1.13166) may allow an attacker to be able to change the password for an admin user who is currently or previously logged in, provided the device has not been restarted.
Registers used to store Modbus values can be read and written from the web interface without authentication in the PR100088 Modbus gateway versions prior to Release R02 (or Software Version 1.1.13166).
Verydows 2.0 has XSS via the index.php?m=api&c=stats&a=count referrer parameter.
In FreeBSD before 11.2-STABLE(r343782), 11.2-RELEASE-p9, 12.0-STABLE(r343781), and 12.0-RELEASE-p3, kernel callee-save registers are not properly sanitized before return from system calls, potentially allowing some kernel data used in the system call to be exposed.