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Multiple products that implement the IP Encapsulation within IP standard (RFC 2003, STD 1) decapsulate and route IP-in-IP traffic without any validation, which could allow an unauthenticated remote attacker to route arbitrary traffic via an exposed network interface and lead to spoofing, access control bypass, and other unexpected network behaviors.
An authentication bypass by spoofing vulnerability exists in the authentication daemon and User-ID components of Palo Alto Networks PAN-OS by failing to verify the integrity of the Kerberos key distribution center (KDC) before authenticating users. This affects all forms of authentication that use a Kerberos authentication profile. A man-in-the-middle type of attacker with the ability to intercept communication between PAN-OS and KDC can login to PAN-OS as an administrator. This issue affects: PAN-OS 7.1 versions earlier than 7.1.26; PAN-OS 8.1 versions earlier than 8.1.13; PAN-OS 9.0 versions earlier than 9.0.6; All version of PAN-OS 8.0.
A vulnerability has been disclosed in thinx-device-api IoT Device Management Server before version 2.5.0. Device MAC address can be spoofed. This means initial registration requests without UDID and spoofed MAC address may pass to create new UDID with same MAC address. Full impact needs to be reviewed further. Applies to all (mostly ESP8266/ESP32) users. This has been fixed in firmware version 2.5.0.
OpenDMARC through 1.3.2 and 1.4.x, when used with pypolicyd-spf 2.0.2, allows attacks that bypass SPF and DMARC authentication in situations where the HELO field is inconsistent with the MAIL FROM field.
IBM Security Information Queue (ISIQ) 1.0.0, 1.0.1, 1.0.2, 1.0.3, 1.0.4, and 1.0.5 could allow any authenticated user to spoof the configuration owner of any other user which disclose sensitive information or allow for unauthorized access. IBM X-Force ID: 176333.
After a website had entered fullscreen mode, it could have used a previously opened popup to obscure the notification that indicates the browser is in fullscreen mode. Combined with spoofing the browser chrome, this could have led to confusing the user about the current origin of the page and credential theft or other attacks. This vulnerability affects Firefox < 74.
An issue was detected in ONAP APPC through Dublin and SDC through Dublin. By setting a USER_ID parameter in an HTTP header, an attacker may impersonate an arbitrary existing user without any authentication. All APPC and SDC setups are affected.
A vulnerability was found in business-central, as shipped in rhdm-7.5.1 and rhpam-7.5.1, where encoded passwords are stored in errai_security_context. The encoding used for storing the passwords is Base64, not an encryption algorithm, and any recovery of these passwords could lead to user passwords being exposed.
Authentication Bypass by Spoofing in org.onosproject.acl (access control) and org.onosproject.mobility (host mobility) in ONOS v2.0 and earlier allows attackers to bypass network access control via data plane packet injection. To exploit the vulnerability, an attacker sends a gratuitous ARP reply that causes the host mobility application to remove existing access control flow denial rules in the network. The access control application does not re-install flow deny rules, so the attacker can bypass the intended access control policy.
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