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In HashiCorp Vagrant VMware Fusion plugin (aka vagrant-vmware-fusion) 5.0.0, a local attacker or malware can silently subvert the plugin update process in order to escalate to root privileges.
(Permissions, Privileges, and Access Controls)
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HashiCorp Consul 1.4.0 through 1.5.0 has Incorrect Access Control. Keys not matching a specific ACL rule used for prefix matching in a policy can be deleted by a token using that policy even with default deny settings configured.
HashiCorp Consul 1.4.3 lacks server hostname verification for agent-to-agent TLS communication. In other words, the product behaves as if verify_server_hostname were set to false, even when it is actually set to true. This is fixed in 1.4.4.
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If HashiCorp Vagrant VMware Fusion plugin (aka vagrant-vmware-fusion) 5.0.3 is installed but VMware Fusion is not, a local attacker can create a fake application directory and exploit the suid sudo helper in order to escalate to root.
In HashiCorp Vagrant VMware Fusion plugin (aka vagrant-vmware-fusion) 5.0.1, a local attacker or malware can silently subvert the plugin update process in order to escalate to root privileges.
An insecure suid wrapper binary in the HashiCorp Vagrant VMware Fusion plugin (aka vagrant-vmware-fusion) 4.0.24 and earlier allows a non-root user to obtain a root shell.
HashiCorp Vagrant VMware Fusion plugin (aka vagrant-vmware-fusion) before 4.0.24 uses weak permissions for the sudo helper scripts, allows local users to execute arbitrary code with root privileges by overwriting one of the scripts.
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