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An issue was discovered in JasPer 2.0.14. There is an access violation in the function jas_image_readcmpt in libjasper/base/jas_image.c, leading to a denial of service.
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The /usr/sbin/pinger binary packaged with squid in SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 15 before and including version 4.8-5.8.1 and in SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 before and including 3.5.21-26.17.1 had squid:root, 0750 permissions. This allowed an att...
SUSE Manager until version 4.0.7 and Uyuni until commit 1b426ad5ed0a7191a6fb46bb83e98ae4b99a5ade created world-readable swap files on systems that don't have a swap already configured and don't have btrfs as filesystem
python-gnupg 0.4.3 allows context-dependent attackers to trick gnupg to decrypt other ciphertext than intended. To perform the attack, the passphrase to gnupg must be controlled by the adversary and the ciphertext should be trusted. Related to a "CWE...
** DISPUTED ** LibTIFF 4.0.8 has multiple memory leak vulnerabilities, which allow attackers to cause a denial of service (memory consumption), as demonstrated by tif_open.c, tif_lzw.c, and tif_aux.c. NOTE: Third parties were unable to reproduce the ...
There is a reachable assertion abort in the function write_long_string_missing_values() in data/sys-file-writer.c in libdata.a in GNU PSPP 1.2.0 that will lead to denial of service.
ansible before versions 2.5.14, 2.6.11, 2.7.5 is vulnerable to a information disclosure flaw in vvv+ mode with no_log on that can lead to leakage of sensible data.
The YaST2 RMT module for configuring the SUSE Repository Mirroring Tool (RMT) before 1.1.2 exposed MySQL database passwords on process commandline, allowing local attackers to access or corrupt the RMT database.
A stack-based buffer overflow in the find_green() function of dcraw through 9.28, as used in ufraw-batch and many other products, may allow a remote attacker to cause a control-flow hijack, denial-of-service, or unspecified other impact via a malicio...
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