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Stack-based buffer overflow in ELCSimulator in Eaton ELCSoft 2.4.01 and earlier allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via a long packet.
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The Android mobile application Halo Home before 1.11.0 stores OAuth authentication and refresh access tokens in a clear text file. This file persists until the user logs out of the application and reboots the device. This vulnerability can allow an a...
An issue was discovered on Eaton UPS 9PX 8000 SP devices. The administration panel is vulnerable to a CSRF attack on the change-password functionality. This vulnerability could be used to force a logged-in administrator to perform a silent password u...
An issue was discovered on Eaton UPS 9PX 8000 SP devices. The appliance discloses the SNMP version 3 user's password. The web page displayed by the appliance contains the password in cleartext. Passwords of the read and write users could be retrieved...
An issue was discovered on Eaton UPS 9PX 8000 SP devices. The appliance discloses the user's password. The web page displayed by the appliance contains the password in cleartext. Passwords could be retrieved by browsing the source code of the webpage...
Eaton 9000X DriveA versions 2.0.29 and prior has a stack-based buffer overflow vulnerability, which may allow remote code execution.
Local file inclusion in Eaton Intelligent Power Manager v1.6 allows an attacker to include a file via server/node_upgrade_srv.js directory traversal with the firmware parameter in a downloadFirmware action.
In Eaton ELCSoft versions 2.04.02 and prior, there are multiple cases where specially crafted files could cause a buffer overflow which, in turn, may allow remote execution of arbitrary code.
An issue was discovered in Eaton xComfort Ethernet Communication Interface (ECI) Versions 1.07 and prior. By accessing a specific uniform resource locator (URL) on the webserver, a malicious user may be able to access files without authenticating.
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