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An issue was discovered in Alfresco Community Edition versions 6.0 and lower. An unauthenticated, remote attacker could authenticate to Alfresco's Solr Web Admin Interface. The vulnerability is due to the presence of a default private key that is present in all default installations. An attacker could exploit this vulnerability by using the extracted private key and bundling it into a PKCS12. A successful exploit could allow the attacker to gain information about the target system (e.g., OS type, system file locations, Java version, Solr version, etc.) as well as the ability to launch further attacks by leveraging the access to Alfresco's Solr Web Admin Interface.
A vulnerability in Cisco HyperFlex Software could allow an unauthenticated, remote attacker to perform a man-in-the-middle attack. The vulnerability is due to insufficient key management. An attacker could exploit this vulnerability by obtaining a specific encryption key for the cluster. A successful exploit could allow the attacker to perform a man-in-the-middle attack against other nodes in the cluster.
cPanel before 68.0.27 allows attackers to read the SRS secret via exim.conf (SEC-308).
Tridactyl before 1.16.0 allows fake key events.
Mailvelope prior to 3.3.0 does not require user interaction to import public keys shown on web page. This functionality can be tricked to either hide a key import from the user or obscure which key was imported.
Mailvelope prior to 3.3.0 allows private key operations without user interaction via its client-API. By modifying an URL parameter in Mailvelope, an attacker is able to sign (and encrypt) arbitrary messages with Mailvelope, assuming the private key password is cached. A second vulnerability allows an attacker to decrypt an arbitrary message when the GnuPG backend is used in Mailvelope.
Mailvelope prior to 3.3.0 accepts or operates with invalid PGP public keys: Mailvelope allows importing keys that contain users without a valid self-certification. Keys that are obviously invalid are not rejected during import. An attacker that is able to get a victim to import a manipulated key could claim to have signed a message that originates from another person.
Computrols CBAS 18.0.0 has hard-coded encryption keys.
An issue was discovered in GitLab Community and Enterprise Edition before 11.7.8, 11.8.x before 11.8.4, and 11.9.x before 11.9.2. The construction of the HMAC key was insecurely derived.
In the client side of Heimdal before 7.6.0, failure to verify anonymous PKINIT PA-PKINIT-KX key exchange permits a man-in-the-middle attack. This issue is in krb5_init_creds_step in lib/krb5/init_creds_pw.c.
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