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SPIP 3.1.2 Server Side Request Forgery
Google Docs XSPA / SSRF
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Infoware MapSuite Server-Side Request Forgery
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application/home/controller/debug.php in PHPRAP 1.0.4 through 1.0.8 has SSRF via the /debug URI, as demonstrated by an api[url]=file:////etc/passwd&api[method]=get POST request.
A web-accessible backdoor, with resultant SSRF, exists in Tp-shop 2.0.5 through 2.0.8, which allows remote attackers to obtain sensitive information, attack intranet hosts, or possibly trigger remote command execution, because /vendor/phpdocumentor/reflection-docblock/tests/phpDocumentor/Reflection/DocBlock/Tag/LinkTagTeet.php writes data from the "down_url" URL into the "bddlj" local file if the attacker knows the backdoor "jmmy" parameter.
SSRF (Server Side Request Forgery) in /assets/lib/fuc.js.php in Cockpit 0.4.4 through 0.5.5 allows remote attackers to read arbitrary files or send TCP traffic to intranet hosts via the url parameter. NOTE: this vulnerability exists because of an incomplete fix for CVE-2017-14611, which was about version 0.13.0, which (surprisingly) is an earlier version than 0.4.4.
An SSRF issue was discovered in NmAPI.exe in Ipswitch WhatsUp Gold before 2018 (18.0). Malicious actors can submit specially crafted requests via the NmAPI executable to (1) gain unauthorized access to the WhatsUp Gold system, (2) obtain information about the WhatsUp Gold system, or (3) execute remote commands.
GitLab Community and Enterprise Editions version 8.3 up to 10.x before 10.3 are vulnerable to SSRF in the Services and webhooks component.
Digital Guardian Management Console 7.1.2.0015 has an SSRF issue that allows remote attackers to read arbitrary files via file:// URLs, send TCP traffic to intranet hosts, or obtain an NTLM hash. This can occur even if the logged-in user has a read-only role.
** DISPUTED ** Glastopf 3.1.3-dev has SSRF, as demonstrated by the abc.php a parameter. NOTE: the vendor indicates that this is intentional behavior because the product is a web application honeypot, and modules/handlers/emulators/rfi.py supports Remote File Inclusion emulation.
SSRF (Server Side Request Forgery) in Cockpit 0.13.0 allows remote attackers to read arbitrary files or send TCP traffic to intranet hosts via the url parameter, related to use of the discontinued aheinze/fetch_url_contents component.
SSRF (Server Side Request Forgery) in getRemoteImage.php in Ueditor in Onethink V1.0 and V1.1 allows remote attackers to obtain sensitive information, attack intranet hosts, or possibly trigger remote command execution via the upfile parameter.
The OAuth status rest resource in Atlassian Application Links before version 5.2.7, from 5.3.0 before 5.3.4 and from 5.4.0 before 5.4.3 allows remote attackers with administrative rights to access the content of internal network resources via a Server Side Request Forgery (SSRF) by creating an OAuth application link to a location they control and then redirecting access from the linked location's OAuth status rest resource to an internal location. When running in an environment like Amazon EC2, this flaw maybe used to access to a metadata resource that provides access credentials and other potentially confidential information.
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