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Cross Site Scripting (XSS) vulnerability exists in Alfresco Alfresco Community Edition v5.2.0 via the action parameter in the alfresco/s/admin/admin-nodebrowser API. Fixed in v6.2
Alfresco Enterprise before 5.2.7 and Alfresco Community before 6.2.0 (rb65251d6-b368) has XSS via an uploaded document, when the attacker has write access to a project.
Alfresco Enterprise before 5.2.7 and Alfresco Community before 6.2.0 (rb65251d6-b368) has XSS via a user profile photo, as demonstrated by a SCRIPT element in an SVG document.
Alfresco Enterprise before 5.2.7 and Alfresco Community before 6.2.0 (rb65251d6-b368) has XSS via the URL property of a file.
Alfresco Enterprise before 5.2.5 allows stored XSS via an uploaded HTML document.
An issue was discovered in Alfresco Community Edition versions below 5.2.6, 6.0.N and 6.1.N. The Alfresco Share application is vulnerable to an Open Redirect attack via a crafted POST request. By manipulating the POST parameters, an attacker can redirect a victim to a malicious website over any protocol the attacker desires (e.g.,http, https, ftp, smb, etc.).
An issue was discovered in Alfresco Community Edition 5.2 201707. By leveraging multiple components in the Alfresco Software applications, an exploit chain was observed that allows an attacker to achieve remote code execution on the victim machine. The attacker must upload malicious Solr configuration files and then receive a JMX connection from the victim, and serve a Java object that results in deserialization and code execution.
An issue was discovered in Alfresco Community Edition versions 6.0 and lower. An unauthenticated, remote attacker could authenticate to Alfresco's Solr Web Admin Interface. The vulnerability is due to the presence of a default private key that is present in all default installations. An attacker could exploit this vulnerability by using the extracted private key and bundling it into a PKCS12. A successful exploit could allow the attacker to gain information about the target system (e.g., OS type, system file locations, Java version, Solr version, etc.) as well as the ability to launch further attacks by leveraging the access to Alfresco's Solr Web Admin Interface.
The Alfresco application before 1.8.7 for Android allows SQL injection in HistorySearchProvider.java.
Cross-site request forgery (CSRF) vulnerability in the Alfresco module before 6.x-1.3 for Drupal allows remote attackers to hijack the authentication of arbitrary users for requests that delete an alfresco node via unspecified vectors.
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