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ownCloud owncloud/core before 10.10.0 Improperly Removes Sensitive Information Before Storage or Transfer.
ownCloud owncloud/android before 2.20 has Incorrect Access Control for physically proximate attackers.
ownCloud owncloud/android 2.20 has Incorrect Access Control for local attackers.
ownCloud owncloud/client before 2.9.2 allows Resource Injection by a server into the desktop client via a URL, leading to remote code execution.
A receiver of a federated share with access to the database with ownCloud version before 10.8 could update the permissions and therefore elevate their own permissions.
Session fixation on password protected public links in the ownCloud Server before 10.8.0 allows an attacker to bypass the password protection when they can force a target client to use a controlled cookie.
The public share controller in the ownCloud server before version 10.8.0 allows a remote attacker to see the internal path and the username of a public share by including invalid characters in the URL.
The shareinfo controller in the ownCloud Server before 10.8.0 allows an attacker to bypass the permission checks for upload only shares and list metadata about the share.
ownCloud 10.7 has an incorrect access control vulnerability, leading to remote information disclosure. Due to a bug in the related API endpoint, the attacker can enumerate all users in a single request by entering three whitespaces. Secondary, the retrieval of all users on a large instance could cause higher than average load on the instance.
ownCloud owncloud/client before 2.7 allows DLL Injection. The desktop client loaded development plugins from certain directories when they were present.
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