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Cacti 1.1.27 allows remote authenticated administrators to conduct Remote Code Execution attacks by placing the Log Path under the web root, and then making a remote_agent.php request containing PHP code in a Client-ip header.
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Cacti before 1.1.37 has XSS because it makes certain htmlspecialchars calls without the ENT_QUOTES flag (these calls occur when the html_escape function in lib/html.php is not used).
Cacti before 1.1.37 has XSS because it does not properly reject unintended characters, related to use of the sanitize_uri function in lib/functions.php.
Cacti before 1.1.37 has XSS because the get_current_page function in lib/functions.php relies on $_SERVER['PHP_SELF'] instead of $_SERVER['SCRIPT_NAME'] to determine a page name.
auth_login.php in Cacti before 1.0.0 allows remote authenticated users who use web authentication to bypass intended access restrictions by logging in as a user not in the cacti database, because the guest user is not considered. NOTE: this vulnerabi...
Cacti before 1.0.0 allows remote authenticated users to conduct PHP object injection attacks and execute arbitrary PHP code via a crafted serialized object, related to calling unserialize(stripslashes()).
Cacti 1.1.27 has reflected XSS via the PATH_INFO to host.php.
Cacti 1.1.27 allows remote authenticated administrators to read arbitrary files by placing the Log Path into a private directory, and then making a clog.php?filename= request, as demonstrated by filename=passwd (with a Log Path under /etc) to read /e...
lib/rrd.php in Cacti 1.1.27 allows remote authenticated administrators to execute arbitrary OS commands via the path_rrdtool parameter in an action=save request to settings.php.
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