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A Bishop Fox researcher recently identified a vulnerability in an open source application released by Silverpeas.
A Bishop Fox researcher recently identified a vulnerability in an open source application released by OpenMRS.
YunoHost is an application that is used to manage applications hosted on a Linux server. Additionally, it allows the user to manage the entire Linux system, including installed services, firewall rules, and system updates. The application’s official website is yunohost.org. Version 2.7.2 was released on August 22, 2017, and version 2.7.14 was released on June 28, 2018. This security advisory discusses several vulnerabilities Bishop Fox researchers found in it.
The Eaton power management appliance is manufactured by Eaton Corporation Plc. This equipment uses a web interface to allow administrators to configure it. Bishop Fox researchers identified three vulnerabilities in the appliance, described in this advisory.
This advisory describes 10 identified vulnerabilities found within the SV3C L-Series HD Camera, version 126.96.36.1993-S50-NTD-B20170823B and below. This includes version V188.8.131.523-S50-NTD-B20170508B, which is the version shipped on the camera by default.
Wallabag is an open source RSS reader application, distributed under an MIT license. The project official website is wallabag.org. The vulnerability described in this document affects version 2.2.3 (released on May 18, 2017) through version 2.3.2 (released on January 22, 2018).
Subsonic is an open source web media server that enables the management of media resources such as music or videos. Its official website is www.subsonic.org. The version affected by the identified vulnerabilities is 6.1.1, released May 31, 2017.
CremeCRM is an open source CRM. It allows organizations to manage business data concerning customers, invoices, orders, and products. Its official website is www.cremecrm.com, and source code can be obtained on bitbucket.org/hybrid/. Version 1.6.12 was released on July 28, 2017. A Bishop Fox researcher found several security vulnerabilities in the CRM.
Jirafeau is an open source file sharing web application, distributed under an AGPL version 3 license. It is a fork of the project Jyraphe and allows users to share files for a defined period and protect downloads via a password. The project’s official website is gitlab.com/mojo42/Jirafeau. The latest version of the application is 3.3.0, released on September 8, 2017. Ten vulnerabilities were identified within the Jirafeau web application – five cross-site scripting vulnerabilities (two stored and three reflected) as well as five cross-site request forgery vulnerabilities.
SolarWinds Serv-U MFT 184.108.40.206 assigns authenticated users a low-entropy session token that can be included in requests to the application as a URL parameter in lieu of a session cookie. This session token’s value can be brute-forced by an attacker to obtain the corresponding session cookie and hijack the user’s session.
A denial-of-service vulnerability in SolarWinds Serv-U 220.127.116.11 allows an authenticated user to crash the application (with a NULL pointer dereference) via a specially crafted URL beginning with the /Web%20Client/ substring.
Title: Windows DNS Client – Memory Corruption Vulnerabilities Release Date: October 10, 2017 Patch Date: October 10, 2017 Reported Date: March 7, 2017 Vendor: Microsoft Corporation Systems Affected: Windows 8 through Windows 10, and Windows Server 2012 through 2016. Summary: High-risk memory corruption vulnerabilities in the Windows DNS client could lead to the compromise of …
A stored XSS vulnerability was identified in the webmail component of atmail 7. By sending a specially crafted email to a victim, an attacker can include an XSS payload to steal user contacts, send arbitrary emails, expose inbox contents, and more.
The Bishop Fox assessment team discovered an arbitrary command injection vulnerability within the SolarWinds’ Log & Event Manager (LEM) management console (CMC). The CMC is a restricted environment providing functionality for upgrading or maintaining LEM appliances. This vulnerability allows an authenticated user to bypass restrictions imposed by the CMC and execute arbitrary commands on the vulnerable system as the root user.