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An attacker may bypass permission/authorization checks in OpenClinic GA 5.09.02 and 5.89.05b by ignoring the redirect of a permission failure, which may allow unauthorized execution of commands.
A low-privilege user may use SQL syntax to write arbitrary files to the OpenClinic GA 5.09.02 and 5.89.05b server, which may allow the execution of arbitrary commands.
OpenClinic GA 5.09.02 and 5.89.05b includes arbitrary local files specified within its parameter and executes some files, which may allow disclosure of sensitive files or the execution of malicious uploaded files.
OpenClinic GA 5.09.02 and 5.89.05b stores passwords using inadequate hashing complexity, which may allow an attacker to recover passwords using known password cracking techniques.
OpenClinic GA versions 5.09.02 and 5.89.05b contain an authentication mechanism within the system that does not provide sufficient complexity to protect against brute force attacks, which may allow unauthorized users to access the system after no more than a fixed maximum number of attempts.
OpenClinic GA versions 5.09.02 and 5.89.05b do not properly check permissions before executing SQL queries, which may allow a low-privilege user to access privileged information.
OpenClinic GA versions 5.09.02 and 5.89.05b may allow an attacker to bypass client-side access controls or use a crafted request to initiate a session with limited functionality, which may allow execution of admin functions such as SQL queries.
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