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In Eclipse Kura versions up to 4.0.0, Kura exposes the underlying Ui Web server version in its replies. This can be used as a hint by an attacker to specifically craft attacks to the web server run by Kura.
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Prior to 0.1, AIX builds of Eclipse OMR contain unused RPATHs which may facilitate code injection and privilege elevation by local users.
In the Eclipse Paho Java client library version 1.2.0, when connecting to an MQTT server using TLS and setting a host name verifier, the result of that verification is not checked. This could allow one MQTT server to impersonate another and provide t...
All builds of Eclipse OpenJ9 prior to 0.15 contain a bug where the loop versioner may fail to privatize a value that is pulled out of the loop by versioning - for example if there is a condition that is moved out of the loop that reads a field we may...
In Eclipse OpenJ9 prior to 0.15, the String.getBytes(int, int, byte, int) method does not verify that the provided byte array is non-null nor that the provided index is in bounds when compiled by the JIT. This allows arbitrary writes to any 32-bit ...
AIX builds of Eclipse OpenJ9 before 0.15.0 contain unused RPATHs which may facilitate code injection and privilege elevation by local users.
In Eclipse Jetty version 7.x, 8.x, 9.2.27 and older, 9.3.26 and older, and 9.4.16 and older, the server running on any OS and Jetty version combination will reveal the configured fully qualified directory base resource location on the output of the 4...
In Eclipse Jetty version 9.2.27, 9.3.26, and 9.4.16, the server running on Windows is vulnerable to exposure of the fully qualified Base Resource directory name on Windows to a remote client when it is configured for showing a Listing of directory co...
In Eclipse Jetty version 9.2.26 and older, 9.3.25 and older, and 9.4.15 and older, the server is vulnerable to XSS conditions if a remote client USES a specially formatted URL against the DefaultServlet or ResourceHandler that is configured for showi...
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