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An XML external entity (XXE) vulnerability in PrinterOn version 4.1.4 and lower allows remote authenticated users to read arbitrary files or conduct server-side request forgery (SSRF) attacks via a crafted DTD in an XML request.
(Information Exposure Through XML External Entity Reference)
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An issue was discovered in PrinterOn Central Print Services (CPS) through 4.1.4. A user without valid credentials can bypass the authentication process, obtaining a valid session cookie with guest/pseudo-guest level privileges. This cookie can then b...
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PrinterOn Enterprise 4.1.4 allows Arbitrary File Deletion.
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