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A vulnerability in the web-based management interface of VVX, Trio, SoundStructure, SoundPoint, and SoundStation phones running Polycom UC Software, if exploited, could allow an authenticated, remote attacker with admin privileges to cause a denial of service (DoS) condition or execute arbitrary code.
scapy 2.4.0 and earlier is affected by: Denial of Services. The impact is: busy loop forever. The component is: _RADIUSAttrPacketListField class. The attack vector is: a packet sent over the network or in a pcap. The fixed version is: after commit 0d7ae2b039f650a40e511d09eb961c782da025d9.
VMware ESXi 6.5 suffers from partial denial of service vulnerability in hostd process. Patch ESXi650-201907201-UG for this issue is available.
IBM DB2 for Linux, UNIX and Windows (includes DB2 Connect Server) 11.1 could allow an authenticated user to execute a function that would cause the server to crash. IBM X-Force ID: 162714.
The GPCIDrv and GDrv low-level drivers in GIGABYTE APP Center v1.05.21 and earlier, AORUS GRAPHICS ENGINE before 1.57, XTREME GAMING ENGINE before 1.26, and OC GURU II v2.08 expose functionality to read/write data from/to IO ports. This could be leveraged in a number of ways to ultimately run code with elevated privileges.
It was found that cobbler 2.6.x exposed all functions from its CobblerXMLRPCInterface class over XMLRPC. A remote, unauthenticated attacker could use this flaw to gain high privileges within cobbler, upload files to arbitrary location in the context of the daemon.
An issue was discovered in app/Model/Attribute.php in MISP before 2.4.89. There is a critical API integrity bug, potentially allowing users to delete attributes of other events. A crafted edit for an event (without attribute UUIDs but attribute IDs set) could overwrite an existing attribute.
TIT-AL00 smartphones with software versions earlier before TIT-AL00C583B214 have a exposed system interface vulnerability. The software provides a system interface for interaction with external applications, but calling the interface is not properly restricted. An attacker could trick the user into installing a malicious application to call the interface and modify the system properties.
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