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Philips e-Alert Unit (non-medical device), Version R2.1 and prior. The software contains hard-coded cryptographic key, which it uses for encryption of internal data.
Philips e-Alert Unit (non-medical device), Version R2.1 and prior. The software does not properly restrict the size or amount of resources requested or influenced by an actor, which can be used to consume more resources than intended.
Philips e-Alert Unit (non-medical device), Version R2.1 and prior. When authenticating a user or otherwise establishing a new user session, the software gives an attacker the opportunity to steal authenticated sessions without invalidating any existing session identifier.
Philips e-Alert Unit (non-medical device), Version R2.1 and prior. The software does not validate input properly, allowing an attacker to craft the input in a form that is not expected by the rest of the application. This would lead to parts of the unit receiving unintended input, which may result in altered control flow, arbitrary control of a resource, or arbitrary code execution.
Philips e-Alert Unit (non-medical device), Version R2.1 and prior. The software, upon installation, sets incorrect permissions for an object that exposes it to an unintended actor.
Philips e-Alert Unit (non-medical device), Version R2.1 and prior. The software does not neutralize or incorrectly neutralizes user-controllable input before it is placed in output that is used as a web page that is then served to other users.
Philips e-Alert Unit (non-medical device), Version R2.1 and prior. The web application does not, or cannot, sufficiently verify whether a well-formed, valid, consistent request was intentionally provided by the user who submitted the request.
Philips e-Alert Unit (non-medical device), Version R2.1 and prior. The software transmits sensitive or security-critical data in cleartext in a communication channel that can be sniffed by unauthorized actors. The Philips e-Alert communication channel is not encrypted which could therefore lead to disclosure of personal contact information and application login credentials from within the same subnet.
Philips e-Alert Unit (non-medical device), Version R2.1 and prior. The Philips e-Alert contains a banner disclosure vulnerability that could allow attackers to obtain extraneous product information, such as OS and software components, via the HTTP response header that is normally not available to the attacker, but might be useful information in an attack.
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