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2021-11-05
Low
CVE-2021-42701

Vendor: Azeotech
Software: Daqfactory
 

 

 
2021-09-14
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CVE-2021-37193

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A vulnerability has been identified in SINEMA Remote Connect Server (All versions < V3.0 SP2). An unauthenticated attacker in the same network of the affected system could manipulate certain parameters and set a valid user of the affected software as invalid (or vice-versa).

 
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CVE-2021-37177

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A vulnerability has been identified in SINEMA Remote Connect Server (All versions < V3.0 SP2). The status provided by the syslog clients managed by the affected software can be manipulated by an unauthenticated attacker in the same network of the affected system.

 
2020-11-24
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CVE-2020-26237

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Highlight.js is a syntax highlighter written in JavaScript. Highlight.js versions before 9.18.2 and 10.1.2 are vulnerable to Prototype Pollution. A malicious HTML code block can be crafted that will result in prototype pollution of the base object's prototype during highlighting. If you allow users to insert custom HTML code blocks into your page/app via parsing Markdown code blocks (or similar) and do not filter the language names the user can provide you may be vulnerable. The pollution should just be harmless data but this can cause problems for applications not expecting these properties to exist and can result in strange behavior or application crashes, i.e. a potential DOS vector. If your website or application does not render user provided data it should be unaffected. Versions 9.18.2 and 10.1.2 and newer include fixes for this vulnerability. If you are using version 7 or 8 you are encouraged to upgrade to a newer release.

 
2018-03-30
Medium
CVE-2018-3728

Vendor: Hapijs
Software: HOEK
 

 
hoek node module before 4.2.0 and 5.0.x before 5.0.3 suffers from a Modification of Assumed-Immutable Data (MAID) vulnerability via 'merge' and 'applyToDefaults' functions, which allows a malicious user to modify the prototype of "Object" via __proto__, causing the addition or modification of an existing property that will exist on all objects.

 

 


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