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The latest CVEs

2024-02-23
CVE-2024-1683
A DLL injection vulnerability exists where an authenticated, low-privileged local attacker could modify application files on the TIE Secure Relay host, which could allow for overriding of the configuration and running of new Secure Relay services.
CVE-2024-1781
A vulnerability was found in Totolink X6000R AX3000 9.4.0cu.852_20230719. It has been rated as critical. This issue affects the function setWizardCfg of the file /cgi-bin/cstecgi.cgi of the component shttpd. The manipulation leads to command injection. The exploit has been disclosed to the public and may be used. The identifier VDB-254573 was assig...
CVE-2024-1783
A vulnerability classified as critical has been found in Totolink LR1200GB 9.1.0u.6619_B20230130/9.3.5u.6698_B20230810. Affected is the function loginAuth of the file /cgi-bin/cstecgi.cgi of the component Web Interface. The manipulation of the argument http_host leads to stack-based buffer overflow. It is possible to launch the attack remotely. The...
CVE-2024-1784
A vulnerability classified as problematic was found in Limbas 5.2.14. Affected by this vulnerability is an unknown functionality of the file main_admin.php. The manipulation of the argument tab_group leads to sql injection. The complexity of an attack is rather high. The exploitation appears to be difficult. The exploit has been disclosed to the pu...
CVE-2024-1786
** UNSUPPORTED WHEN ASSIGNED ** A vulnerability, which was classified as critical, has been found in D-Link DIR-600M C1 3.08. Affected by this issue is some unknown functionality of the component Telnet Service. The manipulation of the argument username leads to buffer overflow. The attack may be launched remotely. The exploit has been disclosed to...
CVE-2024-22243
Applications that use UriComponentsBuilder to parse an externally provided URL (e.g. through a query parameter) AND perform validation checks on the host of the parsed URL may be vulnerable to a open redirect https://cwe.mitre.org/data/definitions/601.html  attack or to a SSRF attack if the URL is used after passing validation checks.
CVE-2024-25748
A Stack Based Buffer Overflow vulnerability in tenda AC9 AC9 v.3.0 with firmware version v.15.03.06.42_multi allows a remote attacker to execute arbitrary code via the fromSetIpMacBind function.
CVE-2024-25753
Stack Based Buffer Overflow vulnerability in Tenda AC9 v.3.0 with firmware version v.15.03.06.42_multi allows a remote attacker to execute arbitrary code via the formSetDeviceName function.
CVE-2024-25756
A Stack Based Buffer Overflow vulnerability in Tenda AC9 v.3.0 with firmware version v.15.03.06.42_multi allows a remote attacker to execute arbitrary code via the formWifiBasicSet function.
2024-02-22
CVE-2022-25377
The ACME-challenge endpoint in Appwrite 0.5.0 through 0.12.x before 0.12.2 allows remote attackers to read arbitrary local files via ../ directory traversal. In order to be vulnerable, APP_STORAGE_CERTIFICATES/.well-known/acme-challenge must exist on disk. (This pathname is automatically created if the user chooses to install Let's Encrypt cer...

Dorks

2024-02-20
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Ticico - Blind SQL Injection
inurl:"adminco" intext:"yetkili"
Gaddar
2024-02-11
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iCT Sky SQL Injection
intext:"IT Partner iCT Sky"
MrHoudini
2024-02-07
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Laravel Env file Access Open Directory
intitle:"index of" env.cgi
Shayan Sadr
2024-02-03
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EuroMedya - No Redirect/Admin Panel Bypass
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root9ext
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Loca Software - Sql Injection/Admin Panel Bypass
intext:"bu web sitesi LOCA YAZILIM BİLİŞİM TEK. LTD. ŞTİ."
root9ext

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