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M2B GSM Wireless Alarm System Brute Force Issue
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An issue was discovered in Gradle Enterprise 2018.5. There is a lack of lock-out after excessive failed login attempts. This allows a remote attacker to conduct brute-force guessing of a local user's password.
A vulnerability has been identified in SIMATIC HMI Basic Panels 2nd Generation (incl. SIPLUS variants) (All versions >= 14 and V < XX), SIMATIC HMI Comfort Panels (incl. SIPLUS variants) (All versions), SIMATIC HMI Mobile Panels (All versions), SIMATIC HMI United Comfort Panels (All versions). Affected devices insufficiently block excessive authentication attempts. This could allow a remote attacker to discover user passwords and obtain access to the Sm@rt Server via a brute-force attack.
Improper Restriction of Excessive Authentication Attempts vulnerability exists in all hardware versions of spaceLYnk and Wiser for KNX (formerly homeLYnk) which could allow an attacker to guess a password when brute force is used.
The Web UI component of Mitel MiVoice 6800 and 6900 series SIP Phones with firmware before 5.1.0.SP5 could allow an unauthenticated attacker to expose sensitive information due to improper memory handling during failed login attempts.
Umanni RH 1.0 does not limit the number of authentication attempts. An unauthenticated user may exploit this vulnerability to launch a brute-force authentication attack against the Login page.
Improper check of inputs in Nextcloud Preferred Providers app v1.6.0 allowed to perform a denial of service attack when using a very long password.
NEC UM8000, UM4730 and prior non-InMail voicemail systems with all known software versions may permit an infinite number of login attempts in the telephone user interface (TUI), effectively allowing brute force attacks.
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The authentication implementation on the xArm controller has very low entropy, making it vulnerable to a brute-force attack. There is no mechanism in place to mitigate or lockout automated attempts to gain access.
Venki Supravizio BPM 10.1.2 does not limit the number of authentication attempts. An unauthenticated user may exploit this vulnerability to launch a brute-force authentication attack against the Login page.
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