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An open redirect vulnerability exists in the Access Manager Identity Provider prior to 4.4 SP3.
A cross site scripting vulnerability exist in the Administration Console in NetIQ Access Manager (NAM) 4.3 and 4.4.
A CSRF exposure exists in NetIQ Access Manager (NAM) 4.4 Identity Server component.
Novell Access Manager iManager before 4.3.3 did not validate parameters so that cross site scripting content could be reflected back into the result page using the "a" parameter.
Novell Access Manager Admin Console and IDP servers before 4.3.3 have a URL that could be used by remote attackers to trigger unvalidated redirects to third party sites.
Reflected XSS in the NetIQ Access Manager before 4.3.3 allowed attackers to reflect back xss into the called page using the url parameter.
A reflected cross site scripting attack in the NetIQ Access Manager before 4.3.3 using the "typecontainerid" parameter of the policy editor could allowed code injection into pages of authenticated users.
A Vulnerability exists on Admin Console where an attacker can upload files to the Admin Console server, and potentially execute them. This impacts NetIQ Access Manager versions 4.3 and 4.4 as well as the Administrative console.
In NetIQ Access Manager 4.3 and 4.4, a bug exists in Identity Server when accessing a basic SSO connector and downloading the BasicSSO connector plugins on IE11 where an attacker can execute arbitrary code on the system.
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