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OpenStack Keystone Grizzly before 2013.1, Folsom 2012.1.3 and earlier, and Essex does not properly check if the (1) user, (2) tenant, or (3) domain is enabled when using EC2-style authentication, which allows context-dependent attackers to bypass access restrictions.
OpenStack Nova Grizzly, Folsom (2012.2), and Essex (2012.1) does not properly implement a quota for fixed IPs, which allows remote authenticated users to cause a denial of service (resource exhaustion and failure to spawn new instances) via a large number of calls to the addFixedIp function.
OpenStack Compute (Nova) Grizzly, Folsom (2012.2), and Essex (2012.1) allows remote authenticated users to gain access to a VM in opportunistic circumstances by using the VNC token for a deleted VM that was bound to the same VNC port.
store/swift.py in OpenStack Glance Essex (2012.1), Folsom (2012.2) before 2012.2.3, and Grizzly, when in Swift single tenant mode, logs the Swift endpoint's user name and password in cleartext when the endpoint is misconfigured or unusable, allows remote authenticated users to obtain sensitive information by reading the error messages.
OpenStack Keystone Essex 2012.1.3 and earlier, Folsom 2012.2.3 and earlier, and Grizzly grizzly-2 and earlier allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (disk consumption) via many invalid token requests that trigger excessive generation of log entries.
The boot-from-volume feature in OpenStack Compute (Nova) Folsom and Essex, when using nova-volumes, allows remote authenticated users to boot from other users' volumes via a volume id in the block_device_mapping parameter.
OpenStack Keystone Essex (2012.1) and Folsom (2012.2) does not properly handle EC2 tokens when the user role has been removed from a tenant, which allows remote authenticated users to bypass intended authorization restrictions by leveraging a token for the removed user role.
The v2 API in OpenStack Glance Grizzly, Folsom (2012.2), and Essex (2012.1) allows remote authenticated users to delete arbitrary non-protected images via an image deletion request. NOTE: this vulnerability exists because of an incomplete fix for CVE-2012-4573.
The v1 API in OpenStack Glance Grizzly, Folsom (2012.2), and Essex (2012.1) allows remote authenticated users to delete arbitrary non-protected images via an image deletion request, a different vulnerability than CVE-2012-5482.
OpenStack Keystone, as used in OpenStack Folsom before folsom-rc1 and OpenStack Essex (2012.1), allows remote attackers to add an arbitrary user to an arbitrary tenant via a request to update the user's default tenant to the administrative API. NOTE: this identifier was originally incorrectly assigned to an open redirect issue, but the correct identifier for that issue is CVE-2012-3540.
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