CWE:
 

Topic
Date
Author
High
CipherMail Community Virtual Appliance 4.6.2 Code Execution
10.06.2020
Core Security Technolo...
High
Opsview Monitor 5.x Command Execution
05.09.2018
Core Security Technolo...
High
Quest DR Series Disk Backup Software 4.0.3 Code Execution
01.06.2018
Core Security Technolo...
High
NetEx HyperIP 6.1.0 Post-Auth Command Execution
11.02.2018
Matt Bergin
High
TP-LINK TL-SC3171 Authentication Bypass
13.06.2013
Eliezer Varad Lopez, ...


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CVE
Details
Description
2021-09-14
Waiting for details
CVE-2021-37174

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A vulnerability has been identified in RUGGEDCOM ROX MX5000 (All versions < V2.14.1), RUGGEDCOM ROX RX1400 (All versions < V2.14.1), RUGGEDCOM ROX RX1500 (All versions < V2.14.1), RUGGEDCOM ROX RX1501 (All versions < V2.14.1), RUGGEDCOM ROX RX1510 (All versions < V2.14.1), RUGGEDCOM ROX RX1511 (All versions < V2.14.1), RUGGEDCOM ROX RX1512 (All versions < V2.14.1), RUGGEDCOM ROX RX1524 (All versions < V2.14.1), RUGGEDCOM ROX RX1536 (All versions < V2.14.1), RUGGEDCOM ROX RX5000 (All versions < V2.14.1). The affected devices have a privilege escalation vulnerability, if exploited, an attacker could gain root user access.

 
2021-05-28
Medium
CVE-2020-27826

Vendor: Redhat
Software: Keycloak
 

 
A flaw was found in Keycloak before version 12.0.0 where it is possible to update the user's metadata attributes using Account REST API. This flaw allows an attacker to change its own NameID attribute to impersonate the admin user for any particular application.

 
2021-01-20
Waiting for details
CVE-2020-26278

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Weave Net is open source software which creates a virtual network that connects Docker containers across multiple hosts and enables their automatic discovery. Weave Net before version 2.8.0 has a vulnerability in which can allow an attacker to take over any host in the cluster. Weave Net is supplied with a manifest that runs pods on every node in a Kubernetes cluster, which are responsible for managing network connections for all other pods in the cluster. This requires a lot of power over the host, and the manifest sets `privileged: true`, which gives it that power. It also set `hostPID: true`, which gave it the ability to access all other processes on the host, and write anywhere in the root filesystem of the host. This setting was not necessary, and is being removed. You are only vulnerable if you have an additional vulnerability (e.g. a bug in Kubernetes) or misconfiguration that allows an attacker to run code inside the Weave Net pod, No such bug is known at the time of release, and there are no known instances of this being exploited. Weave Net 2.8.0 removes the hostPID setting and moves CNI plugin install to an init container. Users who do not update to 2.8.0 can edit the hostPID line in their existing DaemonSet manifest to say false instead of true, arrange some other way to install CNI plugins (e.g. Ansible) and remove those mounts from the DaemonSet manifest.

 

 


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