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Common Weakness Enumeration (CWE)

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2022-12-19
Waiting for details
CVE-2022-23536

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Cortex provides multi-tenant, long term storage for Prometheus. A local file inclusion vulnerability exists in Cortex versions 1.13.0, 1.13.1 and 1.14.0, where a malicious actor could remotely read local files as a result of parsing maliciously crafted Alertmanager configurations when submitted to the Alertmanager Set Configuration API. Only users of the Alertmanager service where `-experimental.alertmanager.enable-api` or `enable_api: true` is configured are affected. Affected Cortex users are advised to upgrade to patched versions 1.13.2 or 1.14.1. However as a workaround, Cortex administrators may reject Alertmanager configurations containing the `api_key_file` setting in the `opsgenie_configs` section before sending to the Set Alertmanager Configuration API.

 
2022-08-29
Waiting for details
CVE-2022-35962

Updating...
 

 
Zulip is an open source team chat and Zulip Mobile is an app for iOS and Andriod users. In Zulip Mobile through version 27.189, a crafted link in a message sent by an authenticated user could lead to credential disclosure if a user follows the link. A patch was released in version 27.190.

 
2021-11-04
Medium
CVE-2021-21697

Vendor: Jenkins
Software: Jenkins
 

 
Jenkins 2.318 and earlier, LTS 2.303.2 and earlier allows any agent to read and write the contents of any build directory stored in Jenkins with very few restrictions.

 
2021-03-03
Medium
CVE-2020-14372

Vendor: GNU
Software: Grub2
 

 
A flaw was found in grub2 in versions prior to 2.06, where it incorrectly enables the usage of the ACPI command when Secure Boot is enabled. This flaw allows an attacker with privileged access to craft a Secondary System Description Table (SSDT) containing code to overwrite the Linux kernel lockdown variable content directly into memory. The table is further loaded and executed by the kernel, defeating its Secure Boot lockdown and allowing the attacker to load unsigned code. The highest threat from this vulnerability is to data confidentiality and integrity, as well as system availability.

 
2021-01-20
High
CVE-2021-1133

Vendor: Cisco
Software: Data center ...
 

 
Multiple vulnerabilities in the REST API endpoint of Cisco Data Center Network Manager (DCNM) could allow an authenticated, remote attacker to view, modify, and delete data without proper authorization. For more information about these vulnerabilities, see the Details section of this advisory.

 
Medium
CVE-2021-1255

Vendor: Cisco
Software: Data center ...
 

 
Multiple vulnerabilities in the REST API endpoint of Cisco Data Center Network Manager (DCNM) could allow an authenticated, remote attacker to view, modify, and delete data without proper authorization. For more information about these vulnerabilities, see the Details section of this advisory.

 
Low
CVE-2021-1135

Vendor: Cisco
Software: Data center ...
 

 
Multiple vulnerabilities in the REST API endpoint of Cisco Data Center Network Manager (DCNM) could allow an authenticated, remote attacker to view, modify, and delete data without proper authorization. For more information about these vulnerabilities, see the Details section of this advisory.

 
2018-01-29
Medium
CVE-2018-6383

Vendor: Monstra
Software: Monstra
 

 
Monstra CMS through 3.0.4 has an incomplete "forbidden types" list that excludes .php (and similar) file extensions but not the .pht or .phar extension, which allows remote authenticated Admins or Editors to execute arbitrary PHP code by uploading a file, a different vulnerability than CVE-2017-18048.

 
2013-06-15
Medium
CVE-2013-1982

Vendor: X
Software: Libxext
 

 
Multiple integer overflows in X.org libXext 1.3.1 and earlier allow X servers to trigger allocation of insufficient memory and a buffer overflow via vectors related to the (1) XcupGetReservedColormapEntries, (2) XcupStoreColors, (3) XdbeGetVisualInfo, (4) XeviGetVisualInfo, (5) XShapeGetRectangles, and (6) XSyncListSystemCounters functions.

 

 


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