Archive for August, 2021

CVE-2020-20486

IEC104 v1.0 contains a stack-buffer overflow in the parameter Iec10x_Sta_Addr.
Source: NIST
CVE-2020-20486

CVE-2020-20490

A heap buffer-overflow in the client_example1.c component of libiec_iccp_mod v1.5 leads to a denial of service (DOS).
Source: NIST
CVE-2020-20490

CVE-2021-22002

VMware Workspace ONE Access and Identity Manager, allow the /cfg web app and diagnostic endpoints, on port 8443, to be accessed via port 443 using a custom host header. A malicious actor with network access to port 443 could tamper with host headers to facilitate access to the /cfg web app, in addition a malicious actor could access /cfg diagnostic endpoints without authentication.
Source: NIST
CVE-2021-22002

CVE-2021-22003

VMware Workspace ONE Access and Identity Manager, unintentionally provide a login interface on port 7443. A malicious actor with network access to port 7443 may attempt user enumeration or brute force the login endpoint, which may or may not be practical based on lockout policy configuration and password complexity for the target account.
Source: NIST
CVE-2021-22003

CVE-2021-22029

VMware Workspace ONE UEM REST API contains a denial of service vulnerability. A malicious actor with access to /API/system/admins/session could cause an API denial of service due to improper rate limiting.
Source: NIST
CVE-2021-22029

CVE-2021-37794

A stored cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability exists in FileBrowser < v2.16.0 that allows an authenticated user authorized to upload a malicious .svg file which acts as a stored XSS payload. If this stored XSS payload is triggered by an administrator it will trigger malicious OS commands on the server running the FileBrowser instance.
Source: NIST
CVE-2021-37794

CVE-2021-36233

The function AdminGetFirstFileContentByFilePath in MIK.starlight 7.9.5.24363 allows (by design) an authenticated attacker to read arbitrary files from the filesystem by specifying the file path.
Source: NIST
CVE-2021-36233

CVE-2021-36234

Use of a hard-coded cryptographic key in MIK.starlight 7.9.5.24363 allows local users to decrypt credentials via unspecified vectors.
Source: NIST
CVE-2021-36234

CVE-2021-40085

An issue was discovered in OpenStack Neutron before 16.4.1, 17.x before 17.2.1, and 18.x before 18.1.1. Authenticated attackers can reconfigure dnsmasq via a crafted extra_dhcp_opts value.
Source: NIST
CVE-2021-40085

CVE-2021-39180

OpenOLAT is a web-based learning management system (LMS). A path traversal vulnerability exists in versions prior to 15.3.18, 15.5.3, and 16.0.0. Using a specially prepared ZIP file, it is possible to overwrite any file that is writable by the application server user (e.g. the tomcat user). Depending on the configuration this can be limited to files of the OpenOlat user data directory, however, if not properly set up, the attack could also be used to overwrite application server config files, java code or even operating system files. The attack could be used to corrupt or modify any OpenOlat file such as course structures, config files or temporary test data. Those attack would require in-depth knowledge of the installation and thus more theoretical. If the app server configuration allows the execution of jsp files and the path to the context is known, it is also possible to execute java code. If the app server runs with the same user that is used to deploy the OpenOlat code or has write permissions on the OpenOlat code files and the path to the context is know, code injection is possible. The attack requires an OpenOlat user account to upload a ZIP file and trigger the unzip method. It can not be exploited by unregistered users. The problem is fixed in versions 15.3.18, 15.5.3 and 16.0.0. There are no known workarounds aside from upgrading.
Source: NIST
CVE-2021-39180