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In Philips' IntelliSpace Cardiovascular (ISCV) products (ISCV Version 3.1 or prior and Xcelera Version 4.1 or prior), an unquoted search path or element vulnerability has been identified, which may allow an attacker to execute arbitrary code and escalate their level of privileges.
Dell WMS versions 1.1 and prior are impacted by multiple unquoted service path vulnerabilities. Affected software installs multiple services incorrectly by specifying the paths to the service executables without quotes. This could potentially allow a low-privileged local user to execute arbitrary executables with elevated privileges.
Unquoted service paths in Intel Quartus Prime Programmer and Tools in versions 15.1 - 18.0 allow a local attacker to potentially execute arbitrary code.
Unquoted service paths in Intel Quartus II Programmer and Tools in versions 11.0 - 15.0 allow a local attacker to potentially execute arbitrary code.
Unquoted service paths in Intel Quartus II in versions 11.0 - 15.0 allow a local attacker to potentially execute arbitrary code.
Unquoted service paths in Intel Quartus Prime in versions 15.1 - 18.0 allow a local attacker to potentially execute arbitrary code.
Unquoted service paths in Intel Processor Diagnostic Tool (IPDT) before version 220.127.116.11 allows a local attacker to potentially execute arbitrary code.
The OPC Foundation Local Discovery Server (LDS) before 1.03.367 is installed as a Windows Service without adding double quotes around the opcualds.exe executable path, which might allow local users to gain privileges.
An unquoted search path or element in RSLinx Classic Versions 3.90.01 and prior and FactoryTalk Linx Gateway Versions 3.90.00 and prior may allow an authorized, but non-privileged local user to execute arbitrary code and allow a threat actor to escalate user privileges on the affected workstation.
Adobe Creative Cloud Desktop Application versions 18.104.22.1688 and earlier have an exploitable Unquoted Search Path vulnerability. Successful exploitation could lead to local privilege escalation.
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