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The default configuration of SQL-Ledger 2.8.24 allows remote attackers to perform unspecified administrative operations by providing an arbitrary password to the admin interface.
SQL-Ledger 2.8.24 does not set the secure flag for the session cookie in an https session, which makes it easier for remote attackers to capture this cookie by intercepting its transmission within an http session.
Directory traversal vulnerability in the Preferences menu item in SQL-Ledger 2.8.24 allows remote attackers to include and execute arbitrary local files via a .. (dot dot) in the countrycode field.
Multiple SQL injection vulnerabilities in the delete subroutine in SQL-Ledger 2.8.24 allow remote authenticated users to execute arbitrary SQL commands via the (1) id and possibly (2) db parameters in a Delete action to the output of a Vendors>Reports>Search search operation.
Multiple cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities in SQL-Ledger 2.8.24 allow remote authenticated users to inject arbitrary web script or HTML via (1) the DCN Description field in the Accounts Receivables menu item for Add Transaction, (2) the Description field in the Accounts Payable menu item for Add Transaction, or the name field in (3) the Customers menu item for Add Customer or (4) the Vendor menu item for Add Vendor.
Cross-site request forgery (CSRF) vulnerability in am.pl in SQL-Ledger 2.8.24 allows remote attackers to hijack the authentication of arbitrary users for requests that change a password via the login, new_password, and confirm_password parameters in a preferences action.
SQL injection vulnerability in the AR/AP transaction report in (1) LedgerSMB (LSMB) before 1.2.15 and (2) SQL-Ledger 2.8.17 and earlier allows remote authenticated users to execute arbitrary SQL commands via unspecified vectors.
The CGI scripts in (1) LedgerSMB (LSMB) before 1.2.15 and (2) SQL-Ledger 2.8.17 and earlier allow remote attackers to cause a denial of service (resource exhaustion) via an HTTP POST request with a large Content-Length.
Directory traversal vulnerability in am.pl in SQL-Ledger 2.6.27 only checks for the presence of a NULL (%00) character to protect against directory traversal attacks, which allows remote attackers to run arbitrary executables and bypass authentication via a .. (dot dot) sequence in the login parameter.
Directory traversal vulnerability in am.pl in (1) SQL-Ledger 2.6.27 and earlier, and (2) LedgerSMB before 1.2.0, allows remote attackers to run arbitrary executables and bypass authentication via a .. (dot dot) sequence and trailing NULL (%00) in the login parameter. NOTE: this issue was reportedly addressed in SQL-Ledger 2.6.27, however third-party researchers claim that the file is still executed even though an error is generated.
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