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Transposh WordPress Translation 220.127.116.11 Incorrect Authorization
Transposh WordPress Translation 1.0.7 Incorrect Authorization
Easy Appointments 1.4.2 Information Disclosure
Easy!Appointments Information Disclosure
Revive Adserver 5.0.4 Security Bypass / Open Redirect
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Synapse is a Matrix protocol homeserver written in Python with the Twisted framework. A discovered oEmbed or image URL can bypass the `url_preview_url_blacklist` setting potentially allowing server side request forgery or bypassing network policies. Impact is limited to IP addresses allowed by the `url_preview_ip_range_blacklist` setting (by default this only allows public IPs) and by the limited information returned to the client: 1. For discovered oEmbed URLs, any non-JSON response or a JSON response which includes non-oEmbed information is discarded. 2. For discovered image URLs, any non-image response is discarded. Systems which have URL preview disabled (via the `url_preview_enabled` setting) or have not configured a `url_preview_url_blacklist` are not affected. This issue has been addressed in version 1.85.0. Users are advised to upgrade. User unable to upgrade may also disable URL previews.
Wade Graphic Design FANTSY has a vulnerability of insufficient authorization check. An unauthenticated remote user can exploit this vulnerability by modifying URL parameters to gain administrator privileges to perform arbitrary system operation or disrupt service.
In JetBrains TeamCity before 2023.05 bypass of permission checks allowing to perform admin actions was possible
XWiki Platform is a generic wiki platform. Starting in version 3.3-milestone-2 and prior to versions 14.10.4 and 15.0-rc-1, it's possible for a user to execute anything with the right of the author of the XWiki.ClassSheet document. This has been patched in XWiki 15.0-rc-1 and 14.10.4. There are no known workarounds.
Fluid is an open source Kubernetes-native distributed dataset orchestrator and accelerator for data-intensive applications. Starting in version 0.7.0 and prior to version 0.8.6, if a malicious user gains control of a Kubernetes node running fluid csi pod (controlled by the `csi-nodeplugin-fluid` node-daemonset), they can leverage the fluid-csi service account to modify specs of all the nodes in the cluster. However, since this service account lacks `list node` permissions, the attacker may need to use other techniques to identify vulnerable nodes. Once the attacker identifies and modifies the node specs, they can manipulate system-level-privileged components to access all secrets in the cluster or execute pods on other nodes. This allows them to elevate privileges beyond the compromised node and potentially gain full privileged access to the whole cluster. To exploit this vulnerability, the attacker can make all other nodes unschedulable (for example, patch node with taints) and wait for system-critical components with high privilege to appear on the compromised node. However, this attack requires two prerequisites: a compromised node and identifying all vulnerable nodes through other means. Version 0.8.6 contains a patch for this issue. As a workaround, delete the `csi-nodeplugin-fluid` daemonset in `fluid-system` namespace and avoid using CSI mode to mount FUSE file systems. Alternatively, using sidecar mode to mount FUSE file systems is recommended.
OpenSearch is open-source software suite for search, analytics, and observability applications. Prior to versions 1.3.10 and 2.7.0, there is an issue with the implementation of fine-grained access control rules (document-level security, field-level security and field masking) where they are not correctly applied to the queries during extremely rare race conditions potentially leading to incorrect access authorization. For this issue to be triggered, two concurrent requests need to land on the same instance exactly when query cache eviction happens, once every four hours. OpenSearch 1.3.10 and 2.7.0 contain a fix for this issue.
A CWE-863: Incorrect Authorization vulnerability exists that could allow access to device credentials on specific DCE endpoints not being properly secured when a hacker is using a low privileged user. Affected products: StruxureWare Data Center Expert (V7.9.2 and prior)
A CWE-863: Incorrect Authorization vulnerability exists that could allow remote code execution on upload and install packages when a hacker is using a low privileged user account. Affected products: StruxureWare Data Center Expert (V7.9.2 and prior)
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