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2020-06-29
Medium
CVE-2020-4067

Vendor: Coturn project
Software: Coturn
 

 
In coturn before version 4.5.1.3, there is an issue whereby STUN/TURN response buffer is not initialized properly. There is a leak of information between different client connections. One client (an attacker) could use their connection to intelligently query coturn to get interesting bytes in the padding bytes from the connection of another client. This has been fixed in 4.5.1.3.

 
2020-06-15
Medium
CVE-2020-0586

Vendor: Intel
Software: Server platf...
 

 
Improper initialization in subsystem for Intel(R) SPS versions before SPS_E3_04.01.04.109.0 and SPS_E3_04.08.04.070.0 may allow an authenticated user to potentially enable escalation of privilege and/or denial of service via local access.

 
2020-05-24
Medium
CVE-2020-13435

Vendor: Sqlite
Software: Sqlite
 

 
SQLite through 3.32.0 has a segmentation fault in sqlite3ExprCodeTarget in expr.c.

 
2020-05-20
Low
CVE-2020-10725

Vendor: DPDK
Software: Data plane d...
 

 
A flaw was found in DPDK version 19.11 and above that allows a malicious guest to cause a segmentation fault of the vhost-user backend application running on the host, which could result in a loss of connectivity for the other guests running on that host. This is caused by a missing validity check of the descriptor address in the function `virtio_dev_rx_batch_packed()`.

 
2020-05-18
Medium
CVE-2020-12858

Vendor: Health
Software: Covidsafe
 

 
Non-reinitialisation of random data in the advertising payload in COVIDSafe v1.0.15 and v1.0.16 allows a remote attacker to re-identify Android devices running COVIDSafe by scanning for their advertising beacons.

 
2020-04-08
High
CVE-2020-1617

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This issue occurs on Juniper Networks Junos OS devices which do not support Advanced Forwarding Interface (AFI) / Advanced Forwarding Toolkit (AFT). Devices using AFI and AFT are not exploitable to this issue. An improper initialization of memory in the packet forwarding architecture in Juniper Networks Junos OS non-AFI/AFT platforms which may lead to a Denial of Service (DoS) vulnerability being exploited when a genuine packet is received and inspected by non-AFT/AFI sFlow and when the device is also configured with firewall policers. This first genuine packet received and inspected by sampled flow (sFlow) through a specific firewall policer will cause the device to reboot. After the reboot has completed, if the device receives and sFlow inspects another genuine packet seen through a specific firewall policer, the device will generate a core file and reboot. Continued inspection of these genuine packets will create an extended Denial of Service (DoS) condition. Depending on the method for service restoration, e.g. hard boot or soft reboot, a core file may or may not be generated the next time the packet is received and inspected by sFlow. This issue affects: Juniper Networks Junos OS 17.4 versions prior to 17.4R2-S9, 17.4R3 on PTX1000 and PTX10000 Series, QFX10000 Series; 18.1 versions prior to 18.1R3-S9 on PTX1000 and PTX10000 Series, QFX10000 Series; 18.2X75 versions prior to 18.2X75-D12, 18.2X75-D30 on PTX1000 and PTX10000 Series, QFX10000 Series; 18.2 versions prior to 18.2R3 on PTX1000 and PTX10000 Series, QFX10000 Series; 18.3 versions prior to 18.3R3 on PTX1000 and PTX10000 Series, QFX10000 Series. This issue is not applicable to Junos OS versions before 17.4R1. This issue is not applicable to Junos OS Evolved or Junos OS with Advanced Forwarding Toolkit (AFT) forwarding implementations which use a different implementation of sFlow. The following example information is unrelated to this issue and is provided solely to assist you with determining if you have AFT or not. Example: A Junos OS device which supports the use of EVPN signaled VPWS with Flexible Cross Connect uses the AFT implementation. Since this configuration requires support and use of the AFT implementation to support this configuration, the device is not vulnerable to this issue as the sFlow implementation is different using the AFT architecture. For further details about AFT visit the AFI / AFT are in the links below. If you are uncertain if you use the AFI/AFT implementation or not, there are configuration examples in the links below which you may use to determine if you are vulnerable to this issue or not. If the commands work, you are. If not, you are not. You may also use the Feature Explorer to determine if AFI/AFT is supported or not. If you are still uncertain, please contact your support resources.

 
2020-04-01
Medium
CVE-2020-9775

Vendor: Apple
Software: Ipados
 

 
An issue existed in the handling of tabs displaying picture in picture video. The issue was corrected with improved state handling. This issue is fixed in iOS 13.4 and iPadOS 13.4. A user's private browsing activity may be unexpectedly saved in Screen Time.

 
2020-03-25
High
CVE-2019-7240

Vendor: MOO0
Software: System monitor
 

 
An issue was discovered in WinRing0x64.sys in Moo0 System Monitor 1.83. The vulnerable driver exposes a wrmsr instruction via IOCTL 0x9C402088 and does not properly filter the Model Specific Register (MSR). Allowing arbitrary MSR writes can lead to Ring-0 code execution and escalation of privileges.

 
High
CVE-2019-7244

Vendor: Aida64
Software: Aida64
 

 
An issue was discovered in kerneld.sys in AIDA64 before 5.99. The vulnerable driver exposes a wrmsr instruction via IOCTL 0x80112084 and does not properly filter the Model Specific Register (MSR). Allowing arbitrary MSR writes can lead to Ring-0 code execution and escalation of privileges.

 
High
CVE-2019-7245

Vendor: Techpowerup
Software: Gpu-z
 

 
An issue was discovered in GPU-Z.sys in TechPowerUp GPU-Z before 2.23.0. The vulnerable driver exposes a wrmsr instruction via an IOCTL and does not properly filter the Model Specific Register (MSR). Allowing arbitrary MSR writes can lead to Ring-0 code execution and escalation of privileges.

 

 


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