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In all versions of ClickHouse before 19.14, an OOB read, OOB write and integer underflow in decompression algorithms can be used to achieve RCE or DoS via native protocol.
In all versions of ClickHouse before 19.14.3, an attacker having write access to ZooKeeper and who is able to run a custom server available from the network where ClickHouse runs, can create a custom-built malicious server that will act as a ClickHouse replica and register it in ZooKeeper. When another replica will fetch data part from the malicious replica, it can force clickhouse-server to write to arbitrary path on filesystem.
In ClickHouse before 18.12.13, functions for loading CatBoost models allowed path traversal and reading arbitrary files through error messages.
In ClickHouse before 18.10.3, unixODBC allowed loading arbitrary shared objects from the file system which led to a Remote Code Execution vulnerability.
Incorrect configuration in deb package in ClickHouse before 1.1.54131 could lead to unauthorized use of the database.
ClickHouse MySQL client before versions 1.1.54390 had "LOAD DATA LOCAL INFILE" functionality enabled that allowed a malicious MySQL database read arbitrary files from the connected ClickHouse server.
In ClickHouse before 1.1.54388, "remote" table function allowed arbitrary symbols in "user", "password" and "default_database" fields which led to Cross Protocol Request Forgery Attacks.
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