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A vulnerability was found in Openstack Glance. No limits are enforced within the Glance image service for both v1 and v2 `/images` API POST method for authenticated users, resulting in possible denial of service attacks through database table saturation.
The image signature algorithm in OpenStack Glance 11.0.0 allows remote attackers to bypass the signature verification process via a crafted image, which triggers an MD5 collision.
An SSRF issue was discovered in OpenStack Glance before Newton. The 'copy_from' feature in the Image Service API v1 allowed an attacker to perform masked network port scans. With v1, it is possible to create images with a URL such as 'http://localhost:22'. This could then allow an attacker to enumerate internal network details while appearing masked, since the scan would appear to originate from the Glance Image service.
The image parser in OpenStack Cinder 7.0.2 and 8.0.0 through 8.1.1; Glance before 11.0.1 and 12.0.0; and Nova before 12.0.4 and 13.0.0 does not properly limit qemu-img calls, which might allow attackers to cause a denial of service (memory and disk consumption) via a crafted disk image.
The import task action in OpenStack Image Service (Glance) 2015.1.x before 2015.1.2 (kilo), when using the V2 API, allows remote authenticated users to read arbitrary files via a crafted backing file for a qcow2 image.
OpenStack Glance before 2015.1.1 (kilo) allows remote authenticated users to cause a denial of service (disk consumption) by repeatedly using the import task flow API to create images and then deleting them.
OpenStack Image Registry and Delivery Service (Glance) Folsom, Grizzly before 2013.1.4, and Havana before 2013.2, when the download_image policy is configured, does not properly restrict access to cached images, which allows remote authenticated users to read otherwise restricted images via an image UUID.
The v1 API in OpenStack Glance Essex (2012.1), Folsom (2012.2), and Grizzly, when using the single-tenant Swift or S3 store, reports the location field, which allows remote authenticated users to obtain the operator's backend credentials via a request for a cached image.
store/swift.py in OpenStack Glance Essex (2012.1), Folsom (2012.2) before 2012.2.3, and Grizzly, when in Swift single tenant mode, logs the Swift endpoint's user name and password in cleartext when the endpoint is misconfigured or unusable, allows remote authenticated users to obtain sensitive information by reading the error messages.
The v2 API in OpenStack Glance Grizzly, Folsom (2012.2), and Essex (2012.1) allows remote authenticated users to delete arbitrary non-protected images via an image deletion request. NOTE: this vulnerability exists because of an incomplete fix for CVE-2012-4573.
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