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Microsoft Office 365 Enterprise E3 Insufficient Session Expiration
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When using an authentication mechanism other than PKI, when the user clicks Log Out in NiFi versions 1.0.0 to 1.9.2, NiFi invalidates the authentication token on the client side but not on the server side. This permits the user's client-side token to be used for up to 12 hours after logging out to make API requests to NiFi.
Insufficient session validation in Intel(R) Baseboard Management Controller firmware may allow an unauthenticated user to potentially enable information disclosure and/or denial of service via network access.
cPanel before 82.0.15 allows API token credentials to persist after an account has been renamed or terminated (SEC-517).
Mastodon before 2.6.3 mishandles timeouts of incompletely established sessions.
VMware vSphere ESXi (6.7 prior to ESXi670-201810101-SG, 6.5 prior to ESXi650-201811102-SG, and 6.0 prior to ESXi600-201807103-SG) and VMware vCenter Server (6.7 prior to 6.7 U1b, 6.5 prior to 6.5 U2b, and 6.0 prior to 6.0 U3j) contain an information disclosure vulnerability in clients arising from insufficient session expiration. An attacker with physical access or an ability to mimic a websocket connection to a user?s browser may be able to obtain control of a VM Console after the user has logged out or their session has timed out.
A flaw was found in FreeIPA versions 4.5.0 and later. Session cookies were retained in the cache after logout. An attacker could abuse this flaw if they obtain previously valid session cookies and can use this to gain access to the session.
An issue was discovered in eteams OA v4.0.34. Because the session is not strictly checked, the account names and passwords of all employees in the company can be obtained by an ordinary account. Specifically, the attacker sends a jsessionid value for URIs under app/profile/summary/.
Rapid7 Nexpose versions 6.5.50 and prior suffer from insufficient session expiration when an administrator performs a security relevant edit on an existing, logged on user. For example, if a user's password is changed by an administrator due to an otherwise unrelated credential leak, that user account's current session is still valid after the password change, potentially allowing the attacker who originally compromised the credential to remain logged in and able to cause further damage.
Prima Systems FlexAir, Versions 2.3.38 and prior. The session-ID is of an insufficient length and can be exploited by brute force, which may allow a remote attacker to obtain a valid session and bypass authentication.
Progress Sitefinity 10.1.6536 does not invalidate session cookies upon logouts. It instead tries to overwrite the cookie in the browser, but it remains valid on the server side. This means the cookie can be reused to maintain access to the account, even if the account credentials and permissions are changed.
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