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Improper Authorization vulnerability in Netop Vision Pro up to and including to 9.7.1 allows an attacker to replay network traffic.
Cosmos Network Ethermint <= v0.4.0 is affected by a cross-chain transaction replay vulnerability in the EVM module. Since ethermint uses the same chainIDEpoch and signature schemes with ethereum for compatibility, a verified signature in ethereum is still valid in ethermint with the same msg content and chainIDEpoch, which enables "cross-chain transaction replay" attack.
Cosmos Network Ethermint <= v0.4.0 is affected by a transaction replay vulnerability in the EVM module. If the victim sends a very large nonce transaction, the attacker can replay the transaction through the application.
In SOOIL Developments Co., Ltd Diabecare RS, AnyDana-i and AnyDana-A, the communication protocol of the insulin pump and its AnyDana-i and AnyDana-A mobile applications lacks replay protection measures, which allows unauthenticated, physically proximate attackers to replay communication sequences via Bluetooth Low Energy.
An issue was discovered on Samsung mobile devices with O(8.x), P(9.0), and Q(10.0) (Exynos chipsets) software. They allow attackers to conduct RPMB state-change attacks because an unauthorized RPMB write operation can be replayed, a related issue to CVE-2020-13799. The Samsung ID is SVE-2020-18100 (December 2020).
Every login in tangro Business Workflow before 1.18.1 generates the same JWT token, which allows an attacker to reuse the token when a session is active. The JWT token does not contain an expiration timestamp.
A flaw was found in Keycloak before 13.0.0 where an external identity provider, after successful authentication, redirects to a Keycloak endpoint that accepts multiple invocations with the use of the same "state" parameter. This flaw allows a malicious user to perform replay attacks.
A vulnerability has been identified in LOGO! 8 BM (incl. SIPLUS variants) (All versions < V8.3). The implemented encryption for communication with affected devices is prone to replay attacks due to the usage of a static key. An attacker could change the password or change the configuration on any affected device if using prepared messages that were generated for another device.
In JUUKO K-808, an attacker could specially craft a packet that encodes an arbitrary command, which could be executed on the K-808 (Firmware versions prior to numbers ending ...9A, ...9B, ...9C, etc.).
JUUKO K-800 (Firmware versions prior to numbers ending ...9A, ...9B, ...9C, etc.) is vulnerable to a replay attack and command forgery, which could allow attackers to replay commands, control the device, view commands, or cause the device to stop running.
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