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stonith-ng in pacemaker and cluster-glue passed passwords as commandline parameters, making it possible for local attackers to gain access to passwords of the HA stack and potentially influence its operations. This is fixed in cluster-glue 1.0.6 and newer, and pacemaker 1.1.3 and newer.
Pacemaker before 1.1.6 configure script creates temporary files insecurely
A use-after-free flaw was found in pacemaker up to and including version 2.0.1 which could result in certain sensitive information to be leaked via the system logs.
A flaw was found in pacemaker up to and including version 2.0.1. An insufficient verification inflicted preference of uncontrolled processes can lead to DoS
A flaw was found in the way pacemaker's client-server authentication was implemented in versions up to and including 2.0.0. A local attacker could use this flaw, and combine it with other IPC weaknesses, to achieve local privilege escalation.
An authorization flaw was found in Pacemaker before 1.1.16, where it did not properly guard its IPC interface. An attacker with an unprivileged account on a Pacemaker node could use this flaw to, for example, force the Local Resource Manager daemon to execute a script as root and thereby gain root access on the machine.
Pacemaker before 1.1.15, when using pacemaker remote, might allow remote attackers to cause a denial of service (node disconnection) via an unauthenticated connection.
Pacemaker before 1.1.13 does not properly evaluate added nodes, which allows remote read-only users to gain privileges via an acl command.
Pacemaker 1.1.10, when remote Cluster Information Base (CIB) configuration or resource management is enabled, does not limit the duration of connections to the blocking sockets, which allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (connection blocking).
Pacemaker command line interface
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