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The standard universe shadow (condor_shadow.std) component in Condor 7.7.3 through 7.7.6, 7.8.0 before 7.8.5, and 7.9.0 does no properly check privileges, which allows remote attackers to gain privileges via a crafted standard universe job.
Multiple format string vulnerabilities in Condor 7.2.0 through 7.6.4, and possibly certain 7.7.x versions, as used in Red Hat MRG Grid and possibly other products, allow local users to cause a denial of service (condor_schedd daemon and failure to launch jobs) and possibly execute arbitrary code via format string specifiers in (1) the reason for a hold for a job that uses an XML user log, (2) the filename of a file to be transferred, and possibly other unspecified vectors.
The policy definition evaluator in Condor 7.5.4, 8.0.0, and earlier does not properly handle attributes in a (1) PREEMPT, (2) SUSPEND, (3) CONTINUE, (4) WANT_VACATE, or (5) KILL policy that evaluate to an Unconfigured, Undefined, or Error state, which allows remote authenticated users to cause a denial of service (condor_startd exit) via a crafted job.
The policy definition evaluator in Condor before 7.4.2 does not properly handle attributes in a WANT_SUSPEND policy that evaluate to an UNDEFINED state, which allows remote authenticated users to cause a denial of service (condor_startd exit) via a crafted job.
aviary/jobcontrol.py in Condor, as used in Red Hat Enterprise MRG 2.3, when removing a job, allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (condor_schedd restart) via square brackets in the cproc option.
Multiple unspecified vulnerabilities in Condor 7.6.x before 7.6.10 and 7.8.x before 7.8.4 have unknown impact and attack vectors related to "error checking of system calls."
Multiple buffer overflows in Condor 7.6.x before 7.6.10 and 7.8.x before 7.8.4 have unknown impact and attack vectors.
The command_give_request_ad function in condor_startd.V6/command.cpp Condor 7.6.x before 7.6.10 and 7.8.x before 7.8.4 allows remote attackers to obtain sensitive information, and possibly control or start arbitrary jobs, via a ClassAd request to the condor_startd port, which leaks the ClaimId.
The filesystem authentication (condor_io/condor_auth_fs.cpp) in Condor 7.6.x before 7.6.10 and 7.8.x before 7.8.4 uses authentication directories even when they have weak permissions, which allows remote attackers to impersonate users by renaming a user's authentication directory.
src/condor_schedd.V6/schedd.cpp in Condor 7.6.x before 7.6.10 and 7.8.x before 7.8.4 does not properly check the permissions of jobs, which allows remote authenticated users to remove arbitrary idle jobs via unspecified vectors.
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