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PhantomJS through 2.1.1 has an arbitrary file read vulnerability, as demonstrated by an XMLHttpRequest for a file:// URI. The vulnerability exists in the page.open() function of the webpage module, which loads a specified URL and calls a given callback. An attacker can supply a specially crafted HTML file, as user input, that allows reading arbitrary files on the filesystem. For example, if page.render() is the function callback, this generates a PDF or an image of the targeted file. NOTE: this product is no longer developed.
An issue was discovered in Zoho ManageEngine DataSecurity Plus before 5.0.1 5012. An exposed service allows a basic user ("Operator" access level) to access the configuration file of the mail server (except for the password).
A binary planting in SAP SQL Anywhere, before version 17.0, SAP IQ, before version 16.1, and SAP Dynamic Tier, before versions 1.0 and 2.0, can result in the inadvertent access of files located in directories outside of the paths specified by the user.
vBulletin through 5.5.4 mishandles external URLs within the /core/vb/vurl.php file and the /core/vb/vurl directories.
In SilverStripe assets 4.0, there is broken access control on files.
cPanel before 55.9999.141 allows arbitrary file-read operations because of a multipart form processing error (SEC-99).
In savePhotoFromUriToUri of ContactPhotoUtils.java in Android-7.0, Android-7.1.1, Android-7.1.2, Android-8.0, Android-8.1 and Android-9, there is possible unauthorized access to files within the contact app due to a confused deputy scenario. This could lead to local escalation of privilege with no additional execution privileges needed. User interaction is needed for exploitation. Android ID: A-113597344.
In Drupal core 8.x prior to 8.3.4 and Drupal core 7.x prior to 7.56; Private files that have been uploaded by an anonymous user but not permanently attached to content on the site should only be visible to the anonymous user that uploaded them, rather than all anonymous users. Drupal core did not previously provide this protection, allowing an access bypass vulnerability to occur. This issue is mitigated by the fact that in order to be affected, the site must allow anonymous users to upload files into a private file system.
LG LNB*, LND*, LNU*, and LNV* smart network camera devices have broken access control. Attackers are able to download /updownload/t.report (aka Log & Report) files and download backup files (via download.php) without authenticating. These backup files contain user credentials and configuration information for the camera device. An attacker is able to discover the backup filename via reading the system logs or report data, or just by brute-forcing the backup filename pattern. It may be possible to authenticate to the admin account with the admin password.
Development Tools panels of an extension are required to load URLs for the panels as relative URLs from the extension manifest file but this requirement was not enforced in all instances. This could allow the development tools panel for the extension to load a URL that it should not be able to access, including potentially privileged pages. This vulnerability affects Firefox < 58.
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