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Topic
Date
Author
Low
Infoblox 7.0.1 CRLF Injection / HTTP Response Splitting
08.09.2016
Alex Haynes


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CVE
Details
Description
2019-06-18
Medium
CVE-2018-18837

Vendor: My-netdata
Software: Netdata
 

 
An issue was discovered in Netdata 1.10.0. HTTP Header Injection exists via the api/v1/data filename parameter because of web_client_api_request_v1_data in web/api/web_api_v1.c.

 
2019-01-09
Medium
CVE-2018-16181

Vendor: DAJ
Software: I-filter
 

 
HTTP header injection vulnerability in i-FILTER Ver.9.50R05 and earlier may allow remote attackers to inject arbitrary HTTP headers and conduct HTTP response splitting attacks that may result in an arbitrary script injection or setting an arbitrary cookie values via unspecified vectors.

 
Medium
CVE-2018-0689

Updating...
 

 
HTTP header injection vulnerability in SEIKO EPSON printers and scanners (DS-570W firmware versions released prior to 2018 March 13, DS-780N firmware versions released prior to 2018 March 13, EP-10VA firmware versions released prior to 2017 September 4, EP-30VA firmware versions released prior to 2017 June 19, EP-707A firmware versions released prior to 2017 August 1, EP-708A firmware versions released prior to 2017 August 7, EP-709A firmware versions released prior to 2017 June 12, EP-777A firmware versions released prior to 2017 August 1, EP-807AB/AW/AR firmware versions released prior to 2017 August 1, EP-808AB/AW/AR firmware versions released prior to 2017 August 7, EP-879AB/AW/AR firmware versions released prior to 2017 June 12, EP-907F firmware versions released prior to 2017 August 1, EP-977A3 firmware versions released prior to 2017 August 1, EP-978A3 firmware versions released prior to 2017 August 7, EP-979A3 firmware versions released prior to 2017 June 12, EP-M570T firmware versions released prior to 2017 September 6, EW-M5071FT firmware versions released prior to 2017 November 2, EW-M660FT firmware versions released prior to 2018 April 19, EW-M770T firmware versions released prior to 2017 September 6, PF-70 firmware versions released prior to 2018 April 20, PF-71 firmware versions released prior to 2017 July 18, PF-81 firmware versions released prior to 2017 September 14, PX-048A firmware versions released prior to 2017 July 4, PX-049A firmware versions released prior to 2017 September 11, PX-437A firmware versions released prior to 2017 July 24, PX-M350F firmware versions released prior to 2018 February 23, PX-M5040F firmware versions released prior to 2017 November 20, PX-M5041F firmware versions released prior to 2017 November 20, PX-M650A firmware versions released prior to 2017 October 17, PX-M650F firmware versions released prior to 2017 October 17, PX-M680F firmware versions released prior to 2017 June 29, PX-M7050F firmware versions released prior to 2017 October 13, PX-M7050FP firmware versions released prior to 2017 October 13, PX-M7050FX firmware versions released prior to 2017 November 7, PX-M7070FX firmware versions released prior to 2017 April 27, PX-M740F firmware versions released prior to 2017 December 4, PX-M741F firmware versions released prior to 2017 December 4, PX-M780F firmware versions released prior to 2017 June 29, PX-M781F firmware versions released prior to 2017 June 27, PX-M840F firmware versions released prior to 2017 November 16, PX-M840FX firmware versions released prior to 2017 December 8, PX-M860F firmware versions released prior to 2017 October 25, PX-S05B/W firmware versions released prior to 2018 March 9, PX-S350 firmware versions released prior to 2018 February 23, PX-S5040 firmware versions released prior to 2017 November 20, PX-S7050 firmware versions released prior to 2018 February 21, PX-S7050PS firmware versions released prior to 2018 February 21, PX-S7050X firmware versions released prior to 2017 November 7, PX-S7070X firmware versions released prior to 2017 April 27, PX-S740 firmware versions released prior to 2017 December 3, PX-S840 firmware versions released prior to 2017 November 16, PX-S840X firmware versions released prior to 2017 December 8, PX-S860 firmware versions released prior to 2017 December 7) may allow a remote attackers to lead a user to a phishing site or execute an arbitrary script on the user's web browser.

 
2018-12-12
Low
CVE-2018-1474

Vendor: IBM
Software: Bigfix platform
 

 
IBM BigFix Platform 9.2.0 through 9.2.14 and 9.5 through 9.5.9 is vulnerable to HTTP response splitting attacks, caused by improper validation of user-supplied input. A remote attacker could exploit this vulnerability to inject arbitrary HTTP headers and cause the server to return a split response, once the URL is clicked. This would allow the attacker to perform further attacks, such as Web cache poisoning or cross-site scripting, and possibly obtain sensitive information. IBM X-force ID: 140692.

 
2018-12-04
Medium
CVE-2018-11347

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The YunoHost 2.7.2 through 2.7.14 web application is affected by one HTTP Response Header Injection. This flaw allows an attacker to inject, into the response from the server, one or several HTTP Header. It requires an interaction with the user to send him the malicious link. It could be used to perform other attacks such as user redirection to a malicious website, HTTP response splitting, or HTTP cache poisoning.

 
2018-12-03
Low
CVE-2018-19836

Vendor: Metinfo
Software: Metinfo
 

 
In Metinfo 6.1.3, include/interface/applogin.php allows setting arbitrary HTTP headers (including the Cookie header), and common.inc.php allows registering variables from the $_COOKIE value. This issue can, for example, be exploited in conjunction with CVE-2018-19835 to bypass many XSS filters such as the Chrome XSS filter.

 
2018-11-30
Medium
CVE-2018-7830

Vendor: Schneider-electric
Software: Modicom bmxn...
 

 
Improper Neutralization of CRLF Sequences in HTTP Headers ('HTTP Response Splitting') vulnerability exists in the embedded web servers in all Modicon M340, Premium, Quantum PLCs and BMXNOR0200 where a denial of service can occur for ~1 minute by sending a specially crafted HTTP request.

 
2018-09-12
Medium
CVE-2018-16979

Vendor: Monstra
Software: Monstra
 

 
Monstra CMS V3.0.4 allows HTTP header injection in the plugins/captcha/crypt/cryptographp.php cfg parameter, a related issue to CVE-2012-2943.

 
2018-08-23
Medium
CVE-2018-3911

Vendor: Samsung
Software: Sth-eth-250 ...
 

 
An exploitable HTTP header injection vulnerability exists in the remote servers of Samsung SmartThings Hub STH-ETH-250 - Firmware version 0.20.17. The hubCore process listens on port 39500 and relays any unauthenticated message to SmartThings' remote servers, which insecurely handle JSON messages, leading to partially controlled requests generated toward the internal video-core process. An attacker can send an HTTP request to trigger this vulnerability.

 
2018-07-10
Medium
CVE-2018-2432

Vendor: SAP
Software: Businessobje...
 

 
SAP BusinessObjects Business Intelligence (BI Launchpad and Central Management Console) versions 4.10, 4.20 and 4.30 allow an attacker to include invalidated data in the HTTP response header sent to a Web user. Successful exploitation of this vulnerability may lead to advanced attacks, including: cross-site scripting and page hijacking.

 

 


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