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Ignite Realtime Openfire before 4.4.1 has reflected XSS via an LDAP setup test.
Ignite Realtime Openfire before 3.9.2 is vulnerable to cross-site scripting, caused by improper validation of user-supplied input. A remote attacker could exploit this vulnerability via a crafted URL to execute script in a victim's Web browser within the security context of the hosting Web site, once the URL is clicked. An attacker could use this vulnerability to steal the victim's cookie-based authentication credentials.
OpenFire XMPP Server before 3.10 accepts self-signed certificates, which allows remote attackers to perform unspecified spoofing attacks.
Ignite Realtime Openfire 3.10.2 allows remote authenticated users to gain administrator access via the isadmin parameter to user-edit-form.jsp.
Multiple cross-site request forgery (CSRF) vulnerabilities in Ignite Realtime Openfire 3.10.2 allow remote attackers to hijack the authentication of administrators for requests that (1) change a password via a crafted request to user-password.jsp, (2) add users via a crafted request to user-create.jsp, (3) edit server settings or (4) disable SSL on the server via a crafted request to server-props.jsp, or (5) add clients via a crafted request to plugins/clientcontrol/permitted-clients.jsp.
Multiple cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities in Ignite Realtime Openfire 3.10.2 allow remote attackers to inject arbitrary web script or HTML via the (1) groupchatName parameter to plugins/clientcontrol/create-bookmark.jsp; the (2) urlName parameter to plugins/clientcontrol/create-bookmark.jsp; the (3) hostname parameter to server-session-details.jsp; or the (4) search parameter to group-summary.jsp.
Ignite Realtime Openfire before 3.9.2 does not properly restrict the processing of compressed XML elements, which allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (resource consumption) via a crafted XMPP stream, aka an "xmppbomb" attack.
Ignite Realtime Openfire before 3.6.5 does not properly implement the register.password (aka canChangePassword) console configuration setting, which allows remote authenticated users to bypass intended policy and change their own passwords via a passwd_change IQ packet.
The jabber:iq:auth implementation in IQAuthHandler.java in Ignite Realtime Openfire before 3.6.4 allows remote authenticated users to change the passwords of arbitrary accounts via a modified username element in a passwd_change action.
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